"I was glad when they said unto me, Let us go into the house of the Lord."

Psalms 122 - 1 [KJV]

Our Church

St. Luke’s Episcopal Church

410 N Main St, Jamestown, NY 14701
phone (716) 483-6405
Email: stluke@netsync.net

 All services are open to the public.

Main Services

Saturdays at 5:00 p.m. in the Chapel
— Rite I Holy Communion

Sundays at 8:00 a.m. in the Chapel
— Rite II Holy Communion

Sundays at 10:00 a.m. in the Church
— Rite II Holy Communion

Weekday Services

Thursdays at 12:05 p.m. in the Chapel
— Holy Communion & Healing followed by a light lunch

Other Services

Holy Baptism • Confirmation
Weddings • Funerals
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Where Tradition Meets Today

Worship is central to the rhythm of our life together, and we seek to make it a joyful expression of Anglican tradition. All of our regular weekly worship services include Holy Communion.  Children of all ages are welcome at all services. Young people are encouraged to take an active role as acolytes, readers and musicians.  Parishioners greet each other in a lively and friendly manner during the Exchange of the Peace, and Baptisms are usually celebrated as an entire congregation.  Although worship service times and styles are altered occasionally, outside of special services, we follow a regular weekly schedule of worship that for most parishioners revolves around weekends.

Recent Sermons


Men’s Bible Study

             Wednesday mornings 7:30 am in the parish house 

Women’s Bible Study

                Thursday mornings 8:30 am on the stage area in the church undercroft

Youth Group

               Every Sunday evening 6:30 – 8:30 pm ; 3rd floor of the parish house


4th Street Cafe

                Open each Thursday morning 9 – 11 am in the church undercroft; enter from 4th & North Main Street

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For complete info on church activities

visit >> Our Church Calendar

Multi Media Bar


St. Luke’s is a vibrant and inclusive church, a congregation of prayer, celebration, and ministry, and a beautiful place to sit listen to our bells and give thanks to God. What we do here is both ancient and new – worship God with all the joy we can muster, follow Jesus as best as we can, seek justice and peace, and welcome all who come to our doors.

Forum 01/25/2015

“Meet the Candidates!”
Our annual session when we meet and further get to know those who are running for Vestry, Warden and Diocesan Convention Delegate.

Forum 01/18/2015

Adult Forum 01/18/2015
“What is Your ACE Score? What in the world is ‘ACE’?” – Journey to Wholeness & Health – Health Part II presented by Rachel Ludwig

Forum 1-11-2015

Journey to Wholeness & Health – Health Part I – “Finding Focus & Avoiding ‘Overwhelm'”
Karen Collins gives us an overview for the Health Component for our year-long theme.

Forum 12/21/2014

Forum 12/21/2014
“Experiencing Advent through the Arts” – Part IV – Janet Card and her class teach us to make Prayer beads and why they might be a useful tool for helping us to center for prayer.

Forum 12/14/2014

Adult Forum: 12/14/2014
“Music as a Guide to Spirituality”. Cáitlín O’Reilly leading us into music as a medium for centering our heart, mind and soul on God. How many of us find peace and joy when humming a few lines from a hymn we cherish or a piece of music such as something from Handel’s “Messiah”?

Forum 12-07-2014

Forum 12-14-2014
Part II of the Advent series “Experiencing Advent through the Arts” – “Atonement and the Presence of God: Art’s Universal Spirit of Advent” – presented by Jim Colby…

Adult Forum 11-30-2014

Forum 11-30-2014
Introduction for Advent Series – “Experiencing Advent through the Arts”

Adult Forum 11-23-2014

Forum 11-23-2014
In the concluding segment for the series on Vocation, Lisa Yaggie shares with us her “Journey Around the World and Back Again” talking about her vocation and how she found it.

Forum 11-16-2014

Forum 11-16-2014
Cathy Smith shares her journey from Postal Worker to Hospice Chaplain.

Adult Forum 11-09-2014

Forum – 11/09/2014
Peter Dawson shares his vocation with the Forum – and why it has meant so much to him.