Welcome to St. Luke
Whether you’ve grown up in a church or have never stepped into a church, whether you identify as a Christian or another faith or an agnostic, whether you identify as straight or gay or other, we welcome you because God welcomes you. We celebrate the diversity of gifts and hope that your visit here will be a positive one.
We are a neighborhood church, so we are both informal in some ways but traditional in others. Once a month, on the third Sunday of the month, we have a less traditional worship with acoustic guitars. And we follow worship with waffles.
Every other Sunday we are blessed with a small but calmed choir and every Sunday service ends with a fellowship time with donuts and a view of the bay.
Please let Reverend Trotter know you’re visiting. She’ll tell you to call her Nicole, encourage you to visit other churches and offer to buy you a cup of coffee sometime.
If you show up, we will welcome you as a gift to us, because that’s how we experience one another in relationship to God.
What to Expect
Sunday Worship starts at 10. Dress in whatever you like. God doesn’t seem to mind.
The greeters will hand you a printed bulletin with the order of worship. There are also two tasteful screens on two sides at the front to view hymns and prayers.
The church is equipped with a hearing-assist system. If you need a receiver, ask one of the greeters.
Children are always welcome. We have a nursery but we encourage you to keep your child with you if that makes you more comfortable.Typically, children stay for a Children’s Message and are then escorted to the nursery/Sunday school.
Worship ends around 11:00 and we gather for coffee and conversation immediately following in the Bayview Room. We certainly hope you’ll stay.
We celebrate Communion the first Sunday of each month and all are welcome to the table.
We would love to see you soon!
If you have any questions at all, please contact Rev Nicole Trotter. You can reach her at 415-454-2705 or