- Saint Luke's Memorial Garden
As part of a rebuilding program, which followed a devastating fire in late 2003, St. Luke not only restored a common resting place where several members’ cremains were laid to rest, but greatly enhanced this sacred ground.
With committed and enthusiastic congregational support, the entire garden area was redesigned to include a columbarium wall with 144 individual niches, 38 individual ground niches, and a common ash area for commingled cremains. St. Luke’s Memorial Garden was completed in early January 2007 and formally dedicated on January 21, 2007.
St. Luke’s Memorial Garden now serves as a beautiful and serene resting place for its deceased members and their immediate families, a place for individual and group prayer, and a place to celebrate the death and resurrection of our Lord.
For further information, please contact the church office.
- Hosting an Event at St. Luke
- Saint Luke offers families and groups in the community a number of rooms in which to hold meetings or social gatherings. From a conference room with up-to-date technology and a number of classrooms to a social hall with space for 200, we can provide a variety of meeting spaces.
Schlack Hall, named for St. Luke's founding Pastor, is a flexible, modern space. It carpeted, air conditioned, and divides into spaces for groups from 30 to 200 people. Schlack Hall has a full restaurant kitchen. Tables and chairs are included in the user fee.
Download a Facility Request form. You can complete it, scan it and e-mail it to firstname.lastname@example.org. Requests are generally considered for approval within one week.
Come by for a tour and some more information. The Church Office is open 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. weekdays. Evening and weekend appointments may be made by request.
Call 610.688.0122 or e-mail email@example.com.