St. Luke Evangelical Lutheran Church
1400 Market St.
Williamsport, PA 17701
Phone: 570-323-7309
Regular Worship Hours
8 a.m. Chapel Service
9:15 a.m.  Sunday School
(classes for 3 year olds to adults)
10:30 a.m. Sunday Worship

Office Hours:
M, T – 9 AM to 12 noon, 1 to 3 PM
W, Th, F – 9 AM to 12 Noon

Affiliated with:


Affiliated with:


Office Hours:

M, T – 9 AM to 12 noon, 1 to 3 PM
W, Th, F – 9 AM to 12 Noon

                   What Lutherans Believe

      Through his ministry, death and resurrection, Christ has saved us from "sin, death, and the power of the devil." God's gift of faith in Christ's saving power makes that saving power effective for us. In joy and freedom, we respond to God's grace with praise and thankful service.

  MEMBER DIRECTORY (password required)


THIS WEEK: Monday: Pre-School meeting 7:00PM Wednesday: Pie Night Bible study 7:00PM -8:00PM at Café Jones,1126 Washington Blvd. Williamsport Thursday: Last 12noon Bible study, Choir 7:00PM, Coin Club 7:00-9:00PM BH Friday: Cub Scouts meeting 7:00PM BH

NEXT SUNDAY: Laying on of Hands for Healing 8:00 AM – Worship with Holy Communion in Chapel 9:15 AM – Sunday School 10:30 AM –Worship with Holy Communion After Service: Coffee Hour

BIBLE STUDY The Gospel of Mark Join us this Thursday at noon in the St. Luke library for our last look at the gospel of Mark. Bring your lunch if you’d like – we always have coffee on hand, and await good fellowship during the hour, too. April 23- Chapter 15: 42-16:20

HEALING opportunity on the Fourth Sunday of Easter, April 26th The traditional “Good Shepherd Sunday” of the Easter season provides an opportunity for healing and the laying on of hands during Sunday morning worship. This year, there will be healing circles at worship on Sunday, April 26th at both 8 AM and 10:30 worship. As before, if you’d like prayers and the laying on of hands, simply come to the circle before or after communion. It is a time for reflection, supplications for peace and contentment. Just as the sheep are led to good pasture, clean and fresh water and space of safety and familiarity, so are we led by the Good Shepherd.

MUTUAL MINISTRY is holding an open meeting at Monday, April 27th at 7:00PM, in the carpeted area of Bell Hall where members can express their concerns and joys regarding the life of our Congregation. Anyone is welcome at any time to approach any members of the Mutual Ministry committee with any comments regarding our Congregation. Mutual Ministry committee members are Kathy Borch, Becky Masden, Melanie Taormina, Krista Hiller, and Eric Ladley.

PIE NIGHT with the book of Revelation What: Bible study and schmooze with St. Luke and Redeemer Lutheran folks When: Wednesday nights, April 15-June 3 (8 gatherings) @ 7 PM – 8 PM Where: Café Jones, 1126 Washington Blvd. (570-322-1507) We welcome you to a Bible study on a book of the Bible that continues to generate perplexity and propaganda. Why was it written? What does it mean? All are welcome to the learning and fellowship of these Wednesdays in spring. Come out to Café Jones and order a piece of homemade pie if you’d like ($3), enjoy a cup of coffee, or simply join the table. April 22: Revelation 4:1-5:14
April 29: Revelation 6:1-7:17
May 6: Revelation 8:1-11:19
May 13: Revelation 12:1-14:20
May 20: Revelation 15:1-17:18
May 27: Revelation 18:1-19:21
June 3: Revelation 20:1-22:21

FINANCIAL CONTRIBUTION STATEMENTS for the first quarter are available for anyone who would like a copy. Please contact Sarah at the church office.

THE “HAVE A HEART” campaign for the Shepherd of The Streets was a great success! With donations from St. Luke members, plus help from Thrivent Financial, our gift to the Shepherd totals $6,460.00. (Hygiene items are still desperately needed.) Deodorant, shaving gel, tissues, combs, bedding, towels & wash cloths, soap, shampoo, disposable razors, women’s hygiene products, toilet paper, nail clippers, baby diapers all sizes, but especially size 5 & 6, baby wipes, shampoo, powder, oil, Q-tips.

REDISCOVERING THE WISDOM OF EARLY CHRISTIANITY Gather in the chapel and parlor to view and discuss an online presentation by Fr. Richard Rohr, a globally recognized ecumenical teacher, that will “reintroduce the largely forgotten roots of our Christian faith—the Desert Fathers and Mothers and the Eastern Fathers of the Church – and help us reclaim ancient teachings” that hold relevance for our contemporary journeys of faith. Please contact Melanie Taormina with your interest, and we’ll schedule a date and time that works for us (the presentation will be available on-demand April 21 - May 21). The presentation is 1 ½ hours, and we can spend 45 minutes or so sharing our responses and reflections afterwards.

HELP SEND EMILY TO HAITI St. Luke Congregation, Emily McMullen is asking for your support, donations, and prayers for a month long summer missions trip to Haiti this July. The donations will be used for transportation, crafts and other supplies for the children's summer camp she is volunteering at, and any other donations to the program. To donate please visit or feel free to mail to: Emily McMullen1820 Shiffler Ave. Williamsport PA, 17701. I can't thank you all enough and I send nothing but love and thanks your ways. Any questions or information please feel free to reach out in the following ways: Address (listed above) e-mail: Cell phone: (570)220-6223 Thank you, Emily McMullen