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St. Luke's Episcopal Church

Bronx, NY

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    Our New Assisting Priest

    On December 31st, 2014 we welcomed our new Assisting Priest, The Reverend David Regan Steele who is a native of Trinidad and Tobago and was ordained on July 20th, 2000. He entered into the priesthood on September 29th, 2001.

    Fr. Steele has been the Assisting Priest at St. Augustine Episcopal Church in Brooklyn NY, since 2009, where he was the Minister in charge of Confirmation, Co-coordinator of Outreach Ministries; food pantry and clothing, and Co-coordinator of Shut in Ministry. From 2005 to the present, Fr. Steele also served as a supply priest to the Archdeaconry of Brooklyn in the Diocese of Long Island.

    His previous ministries also include Interim Rector, St. Peter Anglican Church in Bermuda, Priest-in-charge, St. Christopher Anglican Church, Siparia Trinidad and Tobago and Curate, St. Stephen Anglican Church in Trinidad and Tobago.

    Fr. Steele has experience in coordinating youth activities, counseling in marriage and family life, coordinating church building fund raising ventures and training of Lay Ministers.

    Fr. Steele has a Master of Arts Degree in Theology from The General Theological Seminary in NYC and a second Master of Arts Degree in Human Resources Management from Webster University, Bermuda Campus.



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St. Luke's Motto

COMMUNICATING THE CHANGELESS CHRIST IN A CHANGING WORLD

MISSION STATEMENT: We the congregation of St. Luke's Church, pledge to love and serve our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ through worship, prayer and the sacrements in the fellowship of the Episcopal Church. We promise to give willingly of our time, talent and resources, and to commit our lives to His service, by going out and into the community and world to seek and to serve those in need, and to share with them the Good New of the Gospel.

LET NO ONE BE A STRANGER AT ST. LUKE'S

History of the Parish

Founding Members - April 1917

Mr. & Mrs. William H. Witty - Mrs. Julia P. Wilson and Family - Mrs. Bassett and Family - Mr. Joseph Love - Mr. John Stevenson - Mr. Mitchell - Mrs. Cuthbert - Mrs. Martha Parker.

St. Luke‘s grew out of All Saints Mission which started in June 1914 under the leadership of the Rev. F. Wilcom Ellegor. The first site was the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Whitty, 869 East 224 Street. The location was then moved to the second site at 719 East 217 Street. This mission dissolved in 1919 to be later called St. Luke‘s Mission, which was organized once more at the Whitty's home on November 11, 1921 under the leadership of the Rev. Harold McLean. To quote the late Mr. Edgar O. Wilson's documentary, "It was due mostly to the efforts of Mr. William Whitty that St. Luke's Episcopal Church in Williamsbridge became a fact".

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The Governmental Structure

 
1. The Rector:
  • The Rev. Dr. Pierre-Andre H. Duvert
2. Two Wardens:
  • Dr. Christine Greenidge
  • Mrs. Shirley Thompson-Nelson
3. Vestry Persons:
  • Mrs. Alecia Bradshaw
  • Mr. Samuel Coke
  • Mr. Milton Davis
  • Mrs. Beatrice Goodwyn
  • Dr. Winsome Grant
  • Mr. Larjo Guy
  • Dr. Jewellyn Holder
  • Mrs. Joyce Francis-Marsh
  • Mrs. Patricia McFadzean
  • Ms. Marcia Williams
  • Mr. Robert Williams
  • Mr. Carl Wright
4. Clerk of the Vestry:
  • Mrs. Olive Cole
5. Treasurers:
  • Mrs. Dionne Williams
  • Mr. Robert Williams

Organizations

Our Organizations serve the church and community to address our spiritual, emotional, and physical needs.

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Worship Services


LOW MASS Sundays at 7:30 am
FAMILY SERVICE Every First Sunday at 9:30 am
SUNDAY SCHOOL At 9:30 am
SUNG MASS Sundays at 11:00 am
LOW MASS Wednesdays at 9:30 am
BIBLE STUDY Wednesdays at 7:30 pm
NOON DAY PRAYERS Every Friday
PRAYER AND FASTING Every Wednesday
Seasonal Services
  Holy Week 2015

Contact Information


 Address: 777 East 222nd Street Bronx, NY 10467
 Phone: (718) 882-3060
 Fax 1: (718) 231-5186
 Fax 2: (718) 882-2790
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