Welcome to St. Luke the Evangelist. We are Houston's first Black Episcopal Church, founded in 1920. Today, we are proud to be a diverse congregation where everyone is welcome; one church, diverse in culture, race, ethnicity and age but one in Christ Jesus our Lord and Savior.

 

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In worship, we are united, acknowledging the holiness of God, to hear God’s Word, to offer prayer and to celebrate God’s presence among us. All are welcome to participate in our worship. Scripture is the foundation of our worship. The service follows an order found in our worship book called The Book of Common Prayer.

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Community Outreach

We are currently collecting peanut butter and jelly in plastic containers and mac & cheese for "Blessings in a Backpack" at Blackshear Elementary school.

Manna House Food Pantry needs volunteers and food. Call the church 713.748.5974. Leave a message for Evelyn Allen. 

More Outreach

Sunday, February 26th at 5 PMScott Joplin Chamber Orchestra. See "Events" page  for more details    

Sunday, February 26th at 5 PMScott Joplin Chamber Orchestra. See "Events" page  for more details

 

 

Services and Programs

Join us for Sunday Worship Services

Christian Formation         

8:00 a.m.  Adult Bible Study

9:30 a.m. Holy Eucharist Rite II

9:30 a.m. Sunday School for Children

11:00 a.m.  Adult Christian Formation

CELEBRATING BLACK HISTORY MONTH

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 25TH at 10:00 AM

ABALOM JONES FESTIVAL AT CHRIST CHURCH CATHEDRAL,  "Justice for All”
Please join the Commission on Black Ministry
in celebrating the Life of The Rev. Absalom Jones
Preacher: The Rev. Martini Shaw, Rector
The African Episcopal Church of St. Thomas
Philadelphia, PA
Saturday, February 25, 2017 from 10am-1pm
Christ Church Cathedral ▪ 1117 Texas Avenue
Houston, TX 77002

http://www.epicenter.org/event/894690-2017-02-25-absalom-jones-celebration/

Racial Justice Forum with Houston civic leaders and lunch following service. Please RSVP for lunch at: gcomo@christchurchcathedral.org

CLERGY: WHITE STOLES