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8am - Traditional
10:30am - Choral

Nursery care is provided during all worship services (from 7:50 - 11:45 a.m.) every Sunday for infants and toddlers through age 3.

                                        2000 Stover Street                                    Fort Collins, CO 80525  970-493-7512

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Welcome to St. Luke's Episcopal Church

St. Luke's Episcopal Church is a growing, dynamic and welcoming community, with programs for children, youth, families and people of all ages.

We reach out to the community of Fort Collins and beyond with the Music at St. Luke's concert series, outreach ministries, St. Luke's Preschool, and shared programs with St. Paul's Episcopal church including a middle school youth group and summer mission trip. Read more

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A Message from Fr. Rex…

James 5:13-5:20 

PRAYER. PRAYER IS ONE OF THE MOST POWERFUL RESOURCES GOD HAS GIVEN US. It can change lives, bringing healing and health, comfort, hope and peace.

It was a sense of being in the center of God’s will that gave Luther his great boldness in prayer. In 1540 Luther’s great friend and assistant, Frederick Myconius, became sick and was expected to die within a short time. On his bed he wrote a loving farewell note to Luther with a trembling hand. Luther received the letter and instantly sent back a reply: “I command thee in the name of God to live because I still have need of thee to survive me. For this I am praying, this is my will, and may my will be done, because I seek only to glorify the name of God.” The words are almost shocking to us, as we live in a more sensitive and cautious day, but they are certainly from God. For although Myconius had already lost the ability to speak when Luther’s letter came, in short time he revived. He recovered completely, and he lived six more years to survive Luther himself by two months.
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St. Luke's welcomes our LGBTQIA sisters & brothers. (click image to learn more)