Our Beliefs

Lutherans are trinitarian--we confess the one Triune God who is Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.

We confess Jesus Christ is the Word made flesh, is the risen Lord and Savior, will come again in the fullness of God's time.

We believe the Bible (both the Hebrew Testament and the Greek Testament) is the inspired word of God and must be interpreted.  Various biblical passages inform our liturgy and are read at our weekly worship.

We at St. Luke's practice Eucharistic hospitality; thus, anyone who discerns the presence of Christ Jesus in the rite of Holy Communion is welcomed at the table.  We practice both infant and adult baptism.  We seek to live out the hospitality, grace, and love we have received.

St. Luke's is part of the North Carolina Synod of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA).  For more on the beliefs and practices of (ELCA) Lutherans  we invite you to explore https://www.elca.org/Faith/ELCA-Teaching and / or to join us in conversation. 

May God's peace be with you.