Here you will find food for your soul and here you will drink the cup of new life.  

Welcome to St. Lukes, a 130-year-old start-up in the heart of Ballard!  We draw on ancient Christian practices of worship, prayer and service in a rapidly changing world.  Most of our 100 members have become part of the community in the past 5 years. Despite the limitations imposed by COVID-19, we continue to live out our vision, “to form Beloved Community, which is welcoming and diverse, with Christian worship and service at the heart.”

We are a gathering place for rich and poor, housed and unhoused, young and old, those familiar with Episcopal tradition and those with no church background at all.  We enthusiastically affirm the participation of women and the LGBTQIA+ community in all sacramental rites, membership, and leadership.

For ways to stay connected or to get involved you can view our list of links below or read our latest newsletter.

We gather for worship in person and via Facebook Live every Sunday at 10:00 am.  Masks are strongly recommended, not required.  We have installed air filtration units to ensure that the air in the sanctuary is turned over regularly.  

Quick links:

Worship and Prayer

Sundays at 10am in person or via Facebook live stream.

Weekly Morning Prayer, Thursdays at 10am via Zoom.


The Edible Hope Kitchen is a free meals program that has served the Ballard neighborhood for over three decades. We are currently serving meals in the undercroft, Monday-Friday from 8-10am. Volunteers and donations of needed supplies are welcome Monday-Friday, 8am-1pm. Find available volunteer slots on our Signup Genius page or contact Follow Edible Hope on Facebook and Instagram for updates. Financial donations can be made through St. Luke’s, with a note designating it for Edible Hope.

While Sunday worship is at the center of our identity, there are so many ways to be part of this community.  We are gardeners, volunteers who feed the hungry daily, students, partners in caring for our neighbors and so much more.  There is a place for you at the table.

Our Vision

We seek to form Beloved Community, which is welcoming and diverse, with Christian worship and service at the heart.

Our Mission

We feed people in body, mind and spirit with the love of God, in the name of Jesus, and by the power of the Holy Spirit.

Core Values

Beloved Community + Loving Service + Sacred Space + Spirit Filled + Sustainability

April 28, 2024 — Dr. Kristen Daley Mosier

When my colleague and I traveled out to Flint, we had already read some of the horrific stories of people getting sick and dying, of city and state government officials maligning the residents, and of the history of the river itself contaminated in many different ways. What we encountered when we went there was a community that acted out of their understanding of the gospel to love and serve the world. … Read More