Hastings, MN
Sunday Services

Sunday at 9:30 am.
Join us for Coffee and Fellowship after the service.
Masks are now Optional but RECOMMENDED. 

If you would like to receive our Weekly Worship Bulletin for home worship, there is a link under the Worship Bulletin tab of this website. Otherwise you can call our office 651-437-9855 and we will mail one out to you.
St. Luke's responds to God's call to love and serve, inviting all to celebrate life in Christ.

     615 Vermillion Street,
     P.O. Box 155
     Hastings, MN 55033 
     Phone: 651-437-9855
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Hastings Pride Fest on June 3rd!

Please Join us for the 3rd Annual Pride Fest presented by IDEA!

The festival will kick off with a parade at 11 AM, immediately  followed by Live Music, entertainment, face painting, vendors, bounce houses, games and FUN for all until 7 PM.

St. Luke's proudly supports the LBGTQ++ community and is a completely affirming church.

As Bishop Michael Curry says,
"Love one another, No Exceptions!"

If you would like to ride on our float or work at the booth during the festival, please email or call the office (651-437-9855 or stlukeshastings@gmail.com).

Otherwise, just come out and watch the parade and check out the festival. It should be a fun event and a great way to show love to the LBGTQ++ community. 


Other Sunday Online Services:
10:30 am CST: St. Mark's Cathedral Minneapolis
10:15 am CST: Washington National Cathedral   

 St Luke's Episcopal Church

St. Luke's was founded in 1855 near the banks of the Mississippi River on Hwy 61 in Historic Hastings, MN.  We are 20 miles south of St. Paul, just south of Cottage Grove, and west of Prescott, Wisconsin.  

The Episcopal church believes that there is room for everyone to worship together while serving God in the world.  We may disagree on how best to meet current worldly needs but still worship together with respect for all views.  Our governance and doctrine is protestant while our liturgy is from the roman church.  We are founded on Thomas Cranmer's [1489 - 1556] order of authority being 1) the Bible 2) Tradition and 3) Reason.

At St. Luke's you will find:

                  * Spiritual enrichment to nurture your personal walk with Christ. 
                  * A welcoming Holy space for solitude, prayer & meditation.
                  * Opportunities to meet people with shared values. 
                  * Casual dress and casual atmosphere 

Everyone, regardless of religious background
or life story, is welcome here. 
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