St. Luke's Church
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  Welcome to the Church of Saint Luke, the Beloved Physician!


Located at Church and Main Streets in Saranac Lake, in the heart of the Adirondacks, Saint Luke’s is a faithful community of Christians.

Founded in 1878, throughout its long history the parish has welcomed all persons; we seek to practice what St. Benedict taught his monks and their households: “All guests who present themselves are to be welcomed as Christ” (Rule of Benedict 53:1). Our parish is centered on the worship of God and is committed to embracing all who come here with the love of Christ and to responding abundantly to the needs of our community and our world.

We hope you will browse these pages to learn more about our traditions and ministries and feel welcomed to join us regularly for fellowship and worship.



March 3, we were able to host a wonderful music event featuring professional musicians from many different areas. There were 80-90 people in attendance and it was a great concert! If you were there, let us know how you liked it! 

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We seek to bear witness to the transformative power of Jesus Christ's redeeming work and holy life by being Christ's hands and feet for all people as we worship, celebrate, and serve.


Sunday Worship
7:45 a.m. Rite II Eucharist
(Rite I 2nd Sunday)
Church School 10:00 a.m.
10:00 a.m. Rite II Eucharist
Coffee Hour following each service.

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This Week at St. Luke's

St. Luke’s would like to welcome back Sherry Osborn, who will be presiding over our 7:45 and 10:00 services this Sunday, March 18th. She was here in February as well, so she should be a familiar face. Sherry Osborn is an Episcopal priest and nature educator who loves to playfully and prayerfully share her sense of wonder and curiosity with others. Her professional life, ordained and secular, is woven with a delight of nature, people, song, stories and adventure.

Sherry grew up in Vermont and was formed by a family who played, explored and learned from the great outdoors. After years of work as wilderness guide, nature educator consultant, camp director and finally education director for the Adirondack Mountain Club, she was called to ordained ministry. With fourteen years ordained and nine years in parish ministry, she is happily director of Rock Point Camp, a mission of the Episcopal Diocese of Vermont.