We gather on Facebook, YouTube & Zoom.
Available on Zoom and by phone.
NOTE: The password is Communion.
Service for Sunday, January 24th, 10 am:
Sermon by Rev. David Tatgenhorst,
Turning 21: Called and Challenged
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On Tuesday, Jan. 19th, we rang the church bell 400 times, once for every 1000 people who have died from COVID-19 in the US. We know it is important to commemorate their lives and live in hope for our lives after the pandemic. God is with us. We are not alone.
January 17th Service at St. Luke
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Please consider making a donation to St. Luke church. Although our sanctuary is not open, our work continues in helping to support the community during this difficult time. Your support is critical to our efforts! Please go to the St. Luke Donation page. Thank you.
“It is our sincere desire that you will experience the very presence of the Living God in the words we speak, the music we sing, the love we share, and the community we form.”
We come together to support each other during the pandemic.
During the time of physical distancing because of the coronavirus, St. Luke is worshipping online through Zoom. We would love to have you join us. Send an email to to receive sign-in information. You can also find our service on the St. Luke Bryn Mawr Facebook page.
We are a reconciling congregation welcoming all people. Our Sunday morning celebration at 10 am each week is full of joy
and connection. There is an opportunity after the service to meet new people; our Children's Celebration is an important part of
New and traditional hymns are an integral part of the service,
with trumpet and trombone accompaniment; and the choir features
LIFE (Living in Faith Everyday) meetings include focus groups for women, men, parents, and
college students. The Exercising Your Faith group combines a review of our personal lives
and yoga. Everyone in the church is part of someone's prayers and concern during this time of crisis.
St. Luke volunteers and donors assist local, national, and international ministries. On a regular
basis, St. Luke members provide food and clothing to area residents in need. Recently, some of our
members have traveled to Puerto Rico to help residents recover from Hurricane Maria.
We host High Holy Day services for Narberth Havurah and weekly prayers for the Main Line
Pastor David gives relevant & meaningful sermons and series. Some of the series themes have
been “Why Does God Allow Suffering?” “Turning 21,” and “Living in a New Reality”.
We feel God's Spirit at our weekly services and in baptisms, weddings, and funeral services held
at St. Luke. You will find more information about these services, as well as audio of recent services
on this web site.
Sunday, January 24th: 3rd Sunday after Epiphany
Sermon from Pastor David: Turning 21: Called and Challenged
Sunday, January 31st: 4th Sunday after Epiphany
Sermon from Pastor David: What Do You Expect?