Clergy and Staff

Rector

The Reverend Thomas F. Reese

 

Organist and Choir Director
William Stokes
Parish Administrator

Liz Ramos
stlukesoffice@verizon.net

Sexton
Martha Garcia
Office Hours
9 a.m. - 2 p.m.
(Tuesday - Friday)
 

Vestry Dinner

Officers 2016

Church Wardens Velma Adams
Brian Percival

Treasurer

Assistant Treasurer

Diane Santana

Linda Martinez

Clerk Jeanine McPartlin

Vestry 2016

Diane Santana Jeanine McPartlin
Christopher Dippel Wolf Kripfgans
Michael Papamihalis Theresa O'Rourke
Jyri Laatikainen Jean Tessier
Joanna Friedman Suzanne Schick
Laudrey Lamadieu Deborah Smith
   
 

Vestry Resolution in response to Bishop Provenzano’s provision
for the celebration and blessing of same-gender marriages.
21 September, 2011.

All are Welcome
Our parish mission statement says that Saint Luke’s Church strives to be a center of spiritual strength and compassionate service, a welcoming home to all who seek a greater awareness of God’s purpose. United by God’s abiding love, we celebrate the rich diversity of our community, opening our doors to all people.

Sharing Fully in the Sacramental Life of the Church
Following the June 2011 passage of the New York State Marriage Equality Act, The Right Reverend Lawrence Provenzano, Bishop of Long Island, embraced The Episcopal Church’s 2009 General Convention resolution which calls for generous pastoral response in dioceses where civil union and marriage are permitted for same-gender couples. The Rector, Wardens and Vestry of Saint Luke’s Church accept and endorse our Bishop’s direction allowing the celebration of the Holy Eucharist and use of rites that bless marriages between persons of the same gender. Furthermore, Saint Luke’s Church assures all persons of the pastoral care and sacramental ministry of Christ (Baptism, Eucharist, Reconciliation, Affirmation of Faith, Ministry Discernment, Marriage, Ministry with the Sick and Dying.)

We are All Brothers and Sisters in Christ
Whether one is seeking the Church’s blessing in marriage or guidance for faithful living; whether you are married or single, an adult, teenager, young girl or boy, each one of us is a child of God blessed with divine gifts and called to life together in sharing the gifts of God. By worshipping and learning together, we share in the joys of faith and supportive community, remembering that we are called to be the presence of Christ in the world.


 

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