Episcopal Education

The Episcopal Church is a welcoming, respectful, inclusive community, and St. Luke’s was founded as a school in that tradition. Students, faculty, and staff at St. Luke’s transcend all creeds and religions. At St. Luke’s,  weekly chapel services are a part of our school life.  Chapel services are welcoming and inclusive and parents and grandparents are invited to attend!  Middle and Upper School Chapel is held every Monday morning.  Students participate in the readings, music and special programs.  Students in the 1st-5th grades attend chapel each Tuesday morning and participate extensively with musical presentations, and by serving as acolytes and readers. Early Childhood chapel services, designed specifically for our youngest Wildcats,  are held every Wednesday morning. We encourage you to attend!

Episcopal Schools are Worshipping Communities!

“Episcopal schools are created to be communities that honor, celebrate, and worship God as the center of life. Episcopal schools have been established not solely as communities for Christians, but as diverse ministries of educational and human formation for people of all faiths and backgrounds. Thus, Episcopal schools are called to fulfill two simultaneous commitments: to provide students an authentic experience of Christian worship that is unapologetically and identifiably Anglican; and to welcome, affirm, and support the spiritual development of students of all faiths or no faith at all.”

Principles of Good Practice for Chapel and Worship in Episcopal Schools by the National Association of Episcopal Schools