We are an Anglican parish in the Missionary Diocese of All Saints, which is part of the Anglican Church North America.
Our members come from all over the Buffalo area and western New York, but are predominantly from the Southtowns. When asked what they had found at St. Luke’s, these three things were mentioned repeatedly:
Homecoming – Many of our members describe their first visit to Saint Luke’s as a homecoming. Some hadn’t really been looking for a new church to attend, while others had been searching for years. But all agreed that the welcome they received and the place they found in our church family made them feel right at home.
Healing - We all need healing in one form or another: spiritual, emotional or physical. One of the things we try to emphasize at Saint Luke’s is that God is ready and willing to meet us at our point of need to restore and heal us. We believe that God can and does use some of the unlikeliest instruments (like us!) to bring healing to peoples’ lives.
Hope – All of us at St. Luke’s agree that if a church is not preaching that the source of our hope is the Lord Jesus Christ, it doesn’t have a whole lot to offer. So we seek to uncompromisingly proclaim the Gospel of Christ because that is where we find hope not only for eternal life, but for our lives here and now.
We hope you will come again soon and consider becoming a part of our parish family.