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Sunday Eucharist is at 10 a.m.

We are located across
the street from the
historic Elms Hotel.
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Emergency Relief


Greetings, Sisters and Brothers in Christ.

As Hurricane Harvey continues through the US Gulf Coast, Episcopalians are asking how to respond. Episcopal Relief & Development is working closely with our partners in the region to reach the most vulnerable. We have created this bulletin insert so that you can share information and an opportunity for compassionatee response with members of your congregation.

Please continue to pray for all those impacted by the hurricane, for first responders who are conducting rescue operations and for church communities who are reaching out to care for their most vulnerable members and neighbors.

Contributions to the Hurricane Harvey Response Fund will help Episcopal Relief & Development support Church and other local partners as they provide critical emergency assistance to those most in need.

Wishing you peace,
Sean McConnell
Senior Director, Engagement
Episcopal Relief & Development

Episcopal Relief & Development invites you to join us in prayer and support for communities affected by Hurricane Harvey.

For our current newsletter on how you can respond, click here.

Welcome visitors!

St. Luke's Episcopal Church is a member parish of the Episcopal Diocese of West Missouri. We are a community boldly acting in the ways of God as revealed in the life of Jesus.

Our history page describes the establishment of our locally, historically registered building. Our relationship to community visitors includes the use of our facility for weddings, as described on the Weddings page.




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