altThank you for visiting.  Wherever you are on your journey, you are welcome here.  Many have found a spiritual home and a family of faith at St. Luke’s over the years, and if this is what you are looking for—welcome home.  If you are just passing through, or need to spend some quiet time with God—you are welcome here.  This is a place of healing, rest, and transformation as well as a community of engagement, learning, and service.  You are welcome here— Come and pray, sing, laugh, ponder, love, and serve with this community, and see what God can do.  This website has general information about the church, worship, our After School Academy, sermons, and current activities.  We hope you’ll find it useful and uplifting!  Please check back often, and contact us if you have questions that aren’t answered here or simply want to know more. We look forward to meeting you in person!

Comments from First-Time Visitors to St. Luke’s:

I was pleasantly surprised that the people at St. Luke’s are so down to earth and friendly.”

-“I didn’t receive a ‘hard sell’ from the pastor or parishioners—their welcome was sincere and open-ended.”

-“When we first attended we were acknowledged and gently welcomed, but not singled out, mobbed or made to feel uncomfortable.”

-“I found what I was looking for at St. Luke’s—Christians who practice what they preach, spiritual healing and growth, honest acceptance…  This church is unpretentious and focused on actions and not rhetoric.”


-The Rev. Amy Denney Zuniga, Rector





St. Luke's Statement of Welcome

We believe that the Holy Spirit embraces, protects, and cares for persons of every race, culture, gender, age, sexual orientation, economic circumstance, and belief. St. Luke's respects all people and we welcome everyone to worship with us.


St. Luke's Mission Statement

St. Luke's mission is to provide a welcoming and inclusive environment dedicated to spiritual growth and renewal.  We proclaim God's Good News and share God's love through Jesus Christ with everyone in our diverse community.


"Come and Worship!"

Every Sunday

8AM—Traditional (“Rite I”)

10AM—Contemporary (“Rite II”) with music


10AM--Children's Chapel


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St. Luke’s Episcopal Church will have a Blessing of the Animals this Sunday October 5 at 10:00am in the (fenced) backyard of the church at 720 Monterey St. All God's Creatures Great and Small are welcome for this short service of Word, song, and prayer, followed by an opportunity for an individual blessing for each pet. Pets: please bring your owners and appropriate leash, lead, crate, cage, box, or container you're comfortable in!

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It's FINALLY here! New front doors are being installed!



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Upcoming Events 

9/28 “Coffee, Tea, & Theology” An adult education forum with Dr. Christopher Jones


9/28 Rev. Amy’s Last Sundaybefore maternity leave ** Watch email & Facebook for Baby Announcement!**


10/1 Prayer Shawl Group, 2pm


10/5 St. Frances Day, Blessing of the Animals, 10am in the back yard with The Rev. Wendy Howe guest Preacher


10/11 Brotherhood of St. Andrew, 8am


10/14 Two or More for Lunch, 12pm Mimi’s Cafe in Gilroy, 6935 Camino Arroyo



Mailing Address and Office

431 7th Street
Hollister, CA 95023