ST LUKE EPISCOPAL CHURCH
Call Us: 440-285-4641 
or e~mail us at stlukechardon@yahoo.com 

OFFICE HOURS:  The secretary is available during the following times:

Monday     8:30 - 12, 1-4 
Wedesday  8:30   - 12  
Friday        8:30  - 12  

SUNDAY WORSHIP TIMES

  • Sundays at 10:15 am


Choir:  meets regularly on Thursday evenings at 7 pm, and on Sunday morning at 9 am, for rehearsal.  during the summer months, there will likely be fewer practices.

Conversation Group:  a group exploring the intersection of politics and religion,....Monday Morning at 11 am

Icon writing:  keep watching for details of up-coming sessions.

FIRST SUNDAY SOUP SUNDAY:  a family style meal served free of charge and to the community beginning at 11:30 am.  The first Sunday of every month, year round.  

Guide Post knit for Kids, a weekly knitting group, meets on Tuesday evenings in the parish board room.  

Mobile Food Pantry: a monthly distribution in partnership with the Cleveland Metro Food Bank and Celebration Lutheran Church​ and St Luke Episcopal Church.  See our, 'About us' page.
Rev'd Chris McCann, Rector
Mailing address:
P.O. Box 244, 11519 Wilson Mills Road  Chardon Ohio  44024
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The Morning Prayer Project

For helps in praying morning or evening prayer, 
click on the St Bede Breviary, below.

Click Here for Morning & Evening Readings
Geauga Mobile Food Pantry

Sponsored by 
Celebration Lutheran and St Luke Episcopal Church

 for information and for dates and times of distribution, go to our 'About Us' Page and look for, 'Geauga Mobile Food Pantry'
 
Station of the cross at St Luke Church.
Fourteen stations were handmade during the season of Lent.
Stations of the cross will be prayed during the Good Friday Evening Service

THE STATIONS MAY BE USED AT ANY TIME FOR PRIVATE REFLECTION AND PRAYER.  BOOKLETS ARE FOUND AT THE ENTRANCE TO THE NAVE.
On the First Sunday of each month we serve a free family style meal to the community and welcome visitors to join us. The meal is provided at no cost to guests and families are welcomed. This meal happens on every first Sunday of the month at 11:30 am. If you like, join us for worship first at 10:15 am. 

In addition, and as supplies allow, we will be working to create a personal needs supply for those who may find purchasing taxable items difficult due to budget constraints. This project is largely due to the support of area collection efforts through faith groups and churches in the Geauga and Lake County region.  Further funding is provided through St Pauly Clothing collection:  all money received through collection of clothing deposited in our St Pauly Shed is directed to outreach and distribution.  Thanks be to God.