Bluegrass Concert

Sunday, Oct. 22 at 4 pm Saint Luke’s Chancel Choir and special guests The Choral Guild of Atlanta present a concert of choral music in the bluegrass style accompanied by a bluegrass band. Discounted donation for this program is $10 per adult. Dear Appalachia…..Timothy Michael Powell The World Beloved: A Bluegrass Mass…..Carol Barnett Clair Maxwell,…


It’s time to start dreaming up fun Halloween costumes and decorations for Trunk-n-Treat!  This annual event is a perennial favorite with our church family, our Little Saints Family, and our Dunwoody community. Here are the details! On Sunday, October 29: 4:15pm – Cars begin parking in the Mount Vernon lot so that trunks and tailgates can…

C.R.A.S.E.-Civilian Response to Active Shooter Events

The Dunwoody Police Department is presenting a Civilian Response to Active Shooter Event (C.R.A.S.E.). This course provides strategies, guidance, and plans for surviving an active shooter event. This event will be held at Saint Luke’s Presbyterian Church on November 2 and will last approximately 2 hours. This is a free event but registration is required as space is…

Tartan Trot 2018: Be A Sponsor

Bagpipes, kilts and pies – oh my! Yes, it’s that time of year again! The Tartan Trot race may be months away, but now is the time to become a sponsor! We need your support as proceeds from this amazing event directly impact our outreach ministries at Saint Luke’s. Go to for sponsorship information, or visit…

Wednesday evenings are a time to FEAST

WEDNESDAY EVENINGS ARE A TIME TO FEAST— All are invited to Saint Luke’s mid-week programming: Feast! Come enjoy meals and faith formation opportunities (classes are grouped by age from 3 to adult) from 5:45 – 7:15pm each Wednesday through November 1. You can use the blue registration slip in your pew to register each week,…

Saint Luke’s Presbyterian Church

Welcome… to Saint Luke’s Presbyterian Church. We are a 40-year old congregation of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) in the heart of Dunwoody, Georgia. With over 800 members, we have programs of local, national, and international outreach, formative Christian Education for all ages, an outstanding music program, family and youth ministries, and many diverse programs to help you get connected.

8:30am Worship Service in the Chapel, with weekly communion

9:30am Sunday School for all ages

10:30am Worship Service in the Sanctuary, with monthly communion

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Saint Luke’s Highlights- Thursday, October 12. Family Promise Double Header starts October 15. Thanks to our Saint Luke’s family for your generosity and spirit!

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Saint Luke’s Presbyterian ChurchFriday, October 13th, 2017 at 6:44am

Men’s Breakfast for All on Saturday! Of course a delicious breakfast and togetherness are enough to show up for, but THIS SATURDAY 10/14 from 8-9am we also have a really interesting program to receive with lots to learn together.

We hear regularly about how churches are in decline, but want to hear about Presbyterian congregations that are new and on the rise? There are actually 22 new worshipping communities right here in the Atlanta Presbytery, with lots to say and teach about what different communities of people are moving toward in Christian congregational life together.

This Sunday we welcome Rev. Lindsay Armstrong, who serves as Executive Director of the New Church Development Commission, which is part of a massive national effort to help new worshipping communities develop and flourish. Lindsay brings a wealth of knowledge and wisdom on the subjects of church and community, so please come and learn from her with us! Feel free to reply below and let us know you’ll come.

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Saint Luke’s Highlights-Friday, October 6

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Saint Luke’s Presbyterian ChurchFriday, October 6th, 2017 at 10:53am

Last week in worship, we heard God’s call for Moses to go lead the people out of Egypt and into the wilderness to a promised land of milk and honey; an event we call the Exodus.

Scripture tells us it was a move from what was known (oppression and slavery, but stability), into the unknown (wilderness, hunger, and confusion).

They, much like us, were experiencing a sense of loss and fear due to situations that seemed beyond their control. They were desperately seeking answers.

Yet, what they received was an assurance of God’s presence in their lives. This week, we will discover what that presence looks like and how we discover it for ourselves.

We will see you Sunday.

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