Welcome to Saint Luke's Parish
Under God’s guidance, we create life-giving spaces where He can work by providing our diverse community a place for spiritual growth.
About St. Luke's Parish
The official founding of our parish was on January 15th, 1985 and the first Mass was celebrated at Village Meadows Grade School on February 3, 1985.
St. Luke the Evangelist, the author of the third gospel account and the Acts of the Apostles.
St. Luke's symbol is the winged ox or bull, which is a figure of sacrifice, service and strength. This reminds us how we as Christians should be prepared to sacrifice ourselves in following Christ.
Luke's account begins with the duties of Zacharias in the temple; it represents Jesus' sacrifice in His Passion and Crucifixion, as well as Christ being High priest (this also represents Mary's obedience).
St. Luke is known as the patron Saint of Artists, Physicians and Surgeons. St. Luke was also an avid painter.
Listen to a special radio interview with Fr. Pawel: Heresies, Contraception and St. Luke’s Parish
Holy Thursday April 17, 2014
No 9:00 am Mass
7:00 pm Lord’s Supper Mass
8:00 pm - 10:00 pm Adoration
Good Friday April 18, 2014
No 9:00 am Mass
5:30 pm Mary’s Way of the Cross
7:00 pm Liturgical Service
Easter Saturday April 19, 2014
10:00 am Blessing of the Food
No 5:00 pm Mass
7:00 pm Easter Vigil
Easter Sunday April 20, 2014
8:00 am Mass
9:30 am Mass
11:00 am Mass
12:30 am Spanish Mass
A Different Approach to Fasting
Fasts have a tendency to be oriented toward things like giving up food or television. But there are many other creative ways we can welcome Jesus' healing touch. Here are some suggestions you may want to consider: