At St. Luke's, faith and joy meet our needs 
and longings as we live out our motto:
 
  "To know Christ and to make Him known." 
 Enjoy your web visit.  Come in person and enjoy the people, the worship, the service to others, the Good of Jesus Christ.  We would have you know Christ in us, and are eager to get to know Christ in you

Saint Luke's Episcopal Church
224 N. W. "D" Street
Grants Pass OR, 97526
Call the Church Office
541- 476 -2493 
email :stlukesgrantspass@gmail.com
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Sermon January 25, 2015
Mark 1:14-20 will deliver you
Repent!
What do you hear when I say that word?
As we move forward, from what do we need to repent?  Where do we need to make a change of direction?  Will that change of direction lead to much rejoicing?  Will those around us notice the change?
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Worship Schedule

Sunday

8:00 AM Holy Eucharist
9:00 AM Adult Education
10:00 AM Holy Eucharist with
Sunday School
11:45 Second Adult Education

Wednesday

12:15 Holy Eucharist

Monday through Friday

7:15 - 7:45 AM Morning Prayer
"All are welcome"
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The kingdom of God is already here, providing we are willing to see it and live that way.
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Sermon for February 1, 2015
Mark 1:21-28
The kingdom of God has come near."


Come and see how Jesus is calling us to do more for those gathered at our door than look for someone else to care for them.
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Sermon February 8, 2015
Mark 1:29-39
Jesus took her by the hand and lifted her up.  Then the fever left her and she began to serve them.


The love of God burst forth, transfiguring Jesus into a radiant beam shining like the sun  
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Sermon for February 15, 2015
Last Epiphany B
Mark 9:2-9
This event, the Transfiguration, is one of the great mysteries of the faith.






Sermon February 22, 2015
Mark 1:9-15
Jesus lived as a human and was tempted and tested as a human.
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This Lent, take comfort in the words of a Savior who can say, "I get it."