Welcome to St. Luke’s in the City… we are an Episcopal Church witnessing the love of Christ in our West Baltimore neighborhood.
St. Luke’s and the Trail of Souls
Saint Luke’s will be one stop on the Trail of Souls II which examines the Episcopal Church’s role in the history of slavery in Maryland. To read more about the history of St Luke’s and its role in slavery, see the sermon preached by Rev. Jane Mayrer on August 27th, 2017. The following is the announcement of the Trail of Souls II taken from DioMaryland eNews, the electronic newletter of the Episcopal Diocese of Maryand.
Trail of Souls II, November 4, Diocesan Center, Baltimore
On this 153rd commemoration of Maryland’s constitutional end of chattel slavery we will follow the trail of souls who lived and worked, worshipped and prayed, slave and free. The day includes a community pilgrimage through four historic churches in Baltimore City, beginning and ending at our Diocesan Center. Learn more and reserve your seat on the bus. Cost is $25 and includes lunch.
Our Missional congregation meets for worship Sundays at 10:00 am
Our mission is to provide a safe, nurturing, supportive community that will encourage and empower young people in our inner city neighborhood to grow spiritually, prosper academically, and live healthy, responsible, and productive lives.
Please join us in our mission
The Very Reverend Van H. Gardner, Priest/Missioner
The Reverend Jane Mayrer, Deacon/Missioner
The Reverend Dr. John M. Hayes, Associate
Trivia Payne, Missioner for Community Engagement
Andre Liggins, Senior Warden
Joann Bertina Johnson, Junior Warden
Austin Jones, Treasurer
To contact the church via mail:
St. Luke’s Episcopal Church
P.O. Box 20956
Baltimore, MD 21223