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)

 

 

Planned Giving

Leave A Lasting Legacy

Healthy and vibrant future ministries of St. Luke’s will be built upon the legacies we leave today. The church and cthat nourishes us and our many ministries today exist because past generations cared so much about the future of the St. Luke’s and expressed their caring by creating planned gifts.

Bequests and other planned gifts ensure that St. Luke’s will continue in its mission to make God known through Christ and to make Him known to others for years to come. Unrestricted gifts enable St. Luke’s to respond to future calls of our mission by directing your gift wherever it is most needed. You may also restrict your support toward St. Luke’s endowment fund or offset the future costs of  maintaining the church property, organ repair or capital projects.

We hope that you will consider including St. Luke’s in your estate or financial plans and help sustain our mission for generations to come. There are many options for including St. Luke’s in your long-range planning including Bequests and Wills, Charitable Gift Annuities, Retirement Plans, Charitable Trusts, Pooled Income Fund, Bank Accounts, Securities  and C.D’s, Life Insurance Policies. In addition, some planned gifts provide income during your lifetime, while others help transfer assets and reduce or eliminate tax burdens.  If you would like more information regarding Legacy Giving, please talk with the rector.