Sunday Service Times with Holy Eucharist.

The Holy Eucharist Rite I 7:30 a.m. (without music)

The Holy Eucharist Rite II 10:00 a.m. (with music)

 

Please note we are not currently holding services to comply with county health preventive recommendations for COVID-19. Please visit our sermons page to attend worship digitally.

Staff and Vestry

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  • Nursery Care and Children's Ministry
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St. Luke’s in currently in the process of calling a new rector. Watch this space for more information on the search process.

Dean Mora

Music Director

dean0970@att.net

Dean Mora has been playing organ and piano for various denominations since 1989, including services for Presbyterian, Lutheran, Catholic, and Episcopal churches.  Dean is a recent transplant to the Sacramento area, having moved here from Los Angeles in 2014.  He received his Bachelor of Music degree from California State University, Northridge.  In addition to his duties here at St. Luke’s, Dean is also the choral accompanist for the River City Chorale and the Yuba-Sutter Master Chorale, and has also worked with the Opera Department at CSU Sacramento.  In addition to church organ, Dean also plays theatre organ, most notably in accompanying silent movies since 1991, and as a staff organist at Disney’s El Capitan Theatre in Hollywood.

Staci Garcia

Church Administrator

stlukechurchwoodland@gmail.com

Laurie Moore

Preschool Director

director.stlukes@yahoo.com

Laurie Moore has been involved in the early childhood field for the last 40 years. She has a BA in early childhood education from Sacramento State University, attended the early childhood education and leader ship program at Pacific Oaks College, and recently graduated from UC Davis’s extension studying professional work/life coaching. Laurie‘s background includes working as a lead teacher with infants through pre-K children. She has been an associate, co-director, and director at various private nonprofit, church based center, and state funded programs. Laurie worked five years as a program director overseeing eight centers in Northern California. Laurie enjoys mentoring early childhood students, teachers, directors, and has led a number of Center’s through the NAEYC accreditation process.She has spoken at a variety of teacher and parent education conferences and workshops. Laurie‘s experience include’s serving young children and families from diverse social economical, cultural and ethnic backgrounds at several different early childhood learning centers. She has a number of years experience creating and maintaining effective programs that serve the practical needs of staff, children, and families. She believes in the importance’s of providing a high-quality learning environment for young children, teachers, and families.

Tabatha Dale

Tabatha Dale

Nursery Care and Children's Ministry