The Doxology

Praise God from whom all blessings flow, praise him all creatures here below, Praise him above, ye heavenly host, Praise Father, Son and Holy Ghost.

Amen.

The Small Church

In a big world, the small church has remained intimate. In a fast world, the small church has remained steady. In an expensive world, the small church has remained plain. In a complex world, the small church has remained simple. In a rational world, the small church has kept feeling. In a mobile world, the small church has been an anchor. In an anonymous world, the small church calls us by name.

The Anglican Digest


 

 

 

Welcome

 St. Luke's Episcopal Church
 219 Chunn's Cove Rd., Asheville, NC 28805
 Phone: (828)254-2133
 e-mail:stlukeschurch@charter.net

Services 8:00 and 10:30 AM Sundays, Holy Eucharist
12:15 PM Wednesdays, Healing Service

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St. Luke’s is a welcoming, spiritual family who worships, loves, works and plays together in Christ, celebrating the old, embracing the new, honoring creation and serving the larger community.

"Christianity is a  person; it is not  merely being good, or saying prayers, or going to church; but Christianity is Christ, and religion is a Friendship. Try, therefore, through every service to get to Him; for He never  fails to hear; be your best, in order to be friends with Him Who holds the stars: for this is the greatness of man." 

~Herbert F. Tomkinson.
Lambeth Church, Epiphany, 1915

How often should I go to church?

"A good rule of thumb, to begin with, is once a month; but you may always go more often, especially if there is anything you particularily want to talk to our Lord about, such as new work, any one ill, any fault that gets troublesome. Never stay away because you are in difficulties: that is the very time you need Him most."

Kneeling?

"No thoughtful man is afraid to get down on his knees; he never says his regular prayers in bed (unless he is ill), nor does he "sit and lean forward" at prayers in church. On the contrary, he is proud to be the servant of the King of kings, and he is sorry for people who have such uneducated ideas of God, that they talk to Him in this discourteous attitude."

~My Prayer Book