St. Luke Sundays



We gather inside the chapel at Central Commons (pictured here)


What time do worship

services begin?

How long do they last?

Our worship gatherings begin promptly at
10:30am each Sunday.

Our Sunday morning services last approximately
an hour and fifteen minutes.


What can I expect

when I arrive?

What is expected of me?

From the moment you arrive, you will be greeted in warmth and friendship. You'll be welcomed inside where you can enjoy fresh coffee (provided by ministry partner, Westside Coffee) and fill out a name tag.

Only yourself, just as you are. At SLMD, you will see people in suits and dresses, jeans and hats. Whatever you're feeling, carrying, or wearing - we welcome you to simply be here with us.


What makes worshiping at

SLMD special?

At St. Luke Medical District, we believe in and celebrate the many paradoxes (see more here) that make up both the human and Christian experiences. We seek to seamlessly blend the ancient and the new, from traditional hymns and contemporary worship music to our Rector wearing his famed priestly collar and skinny jeans. As an Anglican church (see more here), much of the elements in our liturgy comes from the Book of Common Prayer and various cultures around the world.


Are my children welcome?

DOes slmd have a sunday morning

kid's ministry?

Your children are more than welcome to join you in our worship service. We celebrate the presence of our families, and all the sounds of life and activity that come along with it.

We do also have a dedicated children's ministry on Sunday mornings. They will read a short Bible story and lesson, do a related craft, and have plenty of play time.
You can learn more about it here.

Sunday Morning classes

From 2/18 to 3/17, we'll be studying Walter Breuggeman's A Way Other Than Our Own.

Looking for more information about other classes? Look no further! Check out our Classes page.

Chapel Prayer Service William P. Clements Jr. University Hospital

Sundays at 1:00pm in the Chapel, 2nd Floor