St. Luke's Church
Brownsville, MD
The Little Country Church With a Big Heart
and Arms Open Wide.
About St. Luke's
  1. The Episcopal Church
  2. Holy Communion
  3. Nation-wide & World-wide
Our principal weekly service on Sundays is the Eucharist – also known as the Lord’s Supper, Holy Communion, or Mass.

All baptized Christians are welcomed to receive Communion at St Luke’s.

Worship in the Episcopal Church is said to be liturgical, which simply means that we follow a yearly calendar , service forms, and prayers that are found in The Book of Common Prayer 1979 . We sing from The Hymnal 1982 , along with special song books or hand-outs.
Saint Luke’s Episcopal Church is one of more than 100 congregations of the Diocese of Maryland .  Located in Baltimore, the Cathedral of the Incarnation and Diocesan Center function as the spiritual and administrative hub for ten Maryland counties and Baltimore City.

The Right Reverend Eugene Taylor Sutton is the 14th Bishop of Maryland since 1792 and is also the Rector of Saint Luke’s. Consecrated in 2008, Bishop Sutton serves as chief priest and pastor to Episcopalians in the Diocese. The Right Reverend Chilton R. Knudsen is Assistant Bishop, and the Rev. Thomas J. Hudson, OPA, is Vicar. Our congregation is led by the Bishop’s Advisory Board, who are elected by the parish and appointed by the Bishop.
The Episcopal Church has more than two million members under the leadership of The Most Reverend Michael B. Curry , our 27th Presiding Bishop since 1789, and the General Convention of The Episcopal Church , which meets every three years. 

The Episcopal Church is one of the 44 provinces of the worldwide Anglican Communion . More than 85 million Anglicans worldwide trace their heritage back to the Church of England. After the American Revolution, The Episcopal Church became the first independent member of the Anglican Communion outside Great Britain. The current head of the Anglican Communion is the Most Reverend and Right Honourable Justin T. Welby, who is the 105th Archbishop of Canterbury since 597 A.D.
Whoever you are, wherever you come from, whatever you do — you are always welcome at Saint Luke's, the little country church with a big heart and arms open wide!
We are happy to receive all people in the name of God and of our community.