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Rogation Sunday Prayer Procession

4pm | May 22, 2022

On Sunday, May 22, at 4pm, St Luke’s Episcopal Church will lead a prayer procession through downtown Excelsior Springs, beginning at our stone church with the red door across from The Elms, and returning to the church for refreshments after praying our way through the heart of town. This prayerful procession is an expression of our love for this community, and we invite everyone to walk and pray with us.

Learn more here:

Flyer advertising the Rogation Sunday Prayer Procession


The Church of Saint Luke the Beloved Physician is a community seeking to act boldly in the ways of God as revealed in the life of Jesus. We welcome, affirm, and embrace all persons as we continue faithfully in the faith and liturgy of the Church. We have been involved in the life of Excelsior Springs since 1905 and hope you will consider joining us as we participate in God's mission right here in our community.

We are a congregation of The Diocese of West Missouri, which is a diocese of The Episcopal Church, thereby uniting us as members of the Anglican Communion.


Morning Prayer: The Sixth Sunday of Easter (5/22, 10am)
Community-wide Prayer Procession: Rogation Sunday (5/22, 4pm), beginning and ending at St Luke’s Church
Holy Eucharist: Ascension Day (5/26, 7pm)
Holy Eucharist: The Seventh Sunday of Easter (5/29, 10am) with Fifth Sunday Potluck
Holy Eucharist: The Visitation of the Blessed Virgin Mary (5/31, 7pm)

COVID-19 UPDATE (3/15/22)

Masking is optional at St. Luke's Church. With the majority of the congregation being vaccinated and the CDC classifying Clay County as having Low risk of transmission of Covid-19, we have returned to most pre-pandemic worship practices. Should the number of cases rapidly spike in our area, we may implement safety measures as needed.


All of our Sunday services of Holy Eucharist are live-streamed on YouTube; as such, recordings remain on our YouTube Channel. Access our YouTube Livestream Channel link in the footer of this page. Be sure to subscribe to the Channel for notifications!


You can make donations, offerings, or pledge payments from your checking account via PayPal or with any major credit or debit card. You can also setup recurring giving options. (Please note that the donation will be directed to The Diocese of West Missouri's account but they will absorb all of the processing costs and forward your full offering to us.)

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