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Frequently asked questions


What is parking like?

There is no parking lot at St. Luke's, however, there is ample neighborhood street parking both on Second Street and on the Lincoln cross street. Please remember to observe all posted street signs. 


What if I'm LGBTQIA? Will I and/or my family be welcomed?

St. Luke's is a welcoming and inclusive community. You are welcome here.




How do I share my pictures or events on the website?

We would love to celebrate your event, or show your pictures on our website!

Please use our contact us page to e-mail us your information for the event.  If you would like to submit pictures, use the contact us form to find out where you can submit the pictures.  


Please remember though, if you have pictures that you would like to share with the church, we need release forms for everyone involved. Please download and sign these release forms then deliver them to the Parish office.

Children's Release Form

Adult Release Form

(The forms are pdf's and will require Adobe Acrobat Reader. If you're having trouble opening these files, go here to download the reader)


What can I expect when I come to your Church?

Upon entering St. Luke's, you will be greeted by an usher who will hand you a program to assist you with everything you need to fully participate in our worship service. Please know that everyone is welcome to receive Holy Communion at St. Luke's.  Let an usher know if you need to be served Communion in your seat.


Are my children welcome at Church?


Children are welcome at both the 7:30 a.m. and 10 a.m. service.  We also offer Nursery Care and/or Sunday school during the 10 a.m. service.

Both of our services are child friendly. Let the little children come to me. (Matt. 19:14) says the Lord. 


What should I wear to church?

St. Luke is a welcoming church. Come as you are, whether that means suit and tie, or shorts and a shirt. 


What other special events or activities does St. Luke's celebrate?

The Community of St. Luke's celebrates many events through out the year. Our congregation is also very active with local community events as well. Here is just a small list of some of the events that we participate in.

  • A broad range of Holy Week services including:
    • Palm Sunday procession from the Woodland Opera House 
    • Shrove Tuesday dinner with waffles, hosted by our Youth Group.
    • Ash Wednesday services 
    • Good Friday with nearby 2nd Baptist Church,
    • Saturday Vigil Service
    • Easter Sunday
  • Christmas Services
    • All inclusive Christmas Eve Pageant - all children from the community are welcome to come and be apart of the pageant, even if it's at the last minute!
    • Christmas Carols on Christmas Eve 
    • Evening Mass 
    • Christmas Day service.
  • Community Events/Activities
    • St. Patrick’s Dinner - donated money goes towards support of Fourth and Hope.
    • A Fine Arts/Home Arts Fair in Autumn
    • September's Stroll Through History - a Woodland event!
    • Putting together Christmas Baskets
    • St. Francis Blessing of the Animals
    • In 2015 we hosted a 50th Anniversary Pre-school event/reunion, celebrating 50 years of our Preschool!