A Welcoming Place For Your Faith Journey

stlukesbuildingimageWe are so glad that you have come to learn more about St. Luke’s Episcopal Church.

Sometimes known as “the little brick church by the rotary“, we have been standing tall in Hudson, Mass. for over 100 years, opening our doors to anyone seeking a closer relationship with Our Lord in a truly loving and friendly space. As a multigenerational, multicultural faith community serving greater Hudson, we proudly celebrate The Good News by gathering around the Lord’s Table every Sunday at 10:00 AM. We strive to offer members, and visitors alike, an intimate and joyful experience of living faith. We uphold a tradition of Episcopal Theology as well as inclusivity and tolerance; we pledge to exclude and condemn no one… All are welcome at St. Luke’s!

Welcoming our new Appointed Assistant Bishop Carol Gallagher

For those following St Luke’s, it is our pleasure to welcome our supply priests Rev. John Olsson & Rev. Richard Schoenleber.

Fr. John and Fr. Richard have been assisting us following our rector, Rev. Jim Kodera’s, retirement. 

Father John is an engaging preacher who once resided in the Diocese of Western Newfoundland. Appointed deacon-in-charge, Priest-in-charge and later as rector of the Parish of Bonne Bay North 2001 to 2011. Rev John has: Twelve years’ experience as Emergency Management Technician. Pastoral ministry with aged in nursing homes and hospitals. As parish priest he focused on community building, adult education, music ministry and youth involvement. He has also served as church school teacher, church school superintendent, and is a licensed lay minister and spiritual director.

Fr. Rev. Richard Schoenleber received his M.Div. at Gettysburg Lutheran Seminary and his Ph.D. in Reformation Church History from the University of Iowa. He served two rural congregations in coal mining towns near Johnstown, PA.  Then he ministered to an urban congregation in Pittsburgh.  Last he was the Pastor of a large congregation of Pennsylvania Dutch background in a small town near Hershey.

Come and check both of them out at our Sunday 10am services. We also have restarted our coffee hour, which follows service. We are so happy to have this special part of each Sunday for fellowship time with everyone back.