We would like to have our wedding at Saint Luke. How do we do that?

We would love to work with you as you celebrate this grand day and begin your married life. Saint Luke asks that for those who would like to get married here, one of you, the bride or groom, be an active member of Saint Luke. The first step then is to have an initial pastoral meeting, where preparation for the big day is discussed. For information or to schedule a meeting, contact the church office at schatos@saintluke.us If you would like to look at joining and making Saint Luke your church home, check out the information about the Welcome Class

We would like to have our baby baptized at Saint Luke. What is the first step?

There is nothing more important than Holy Baptism, the rite of initiation into God ‘s family and the joy of nurturing that faith thought the years. Because of the need for nurture in the community of Christ, Saint Luke does ask that one of the parents be an active member of the congregation. For information about the next pre-baptism class and scheduling this sacrament, contact the church office  schatos@saintluke.us If you would like information about joining the congregation and making Saint Luke your church home, check out the information about the Welcome Class.

We would like to rent it for an event. How do we do this?

Due to the very busy schedule involving the ministries of this congregation and all the events and activities, Saint Luke does not rent the facilities.

Where exactly are you located?

Saint Luke Lutheran Church and School is quite easy to find. We are located just north Washington, DC in Silver Spring, Montgomery County, MD. The easiest way to get here is to take exit 30 from the Capital Beltway (495), go south about 1 mile and Saint Luke is on your right, on the hill, between Dale Drive and Highland Drive. Directions and information can be found here. Saint Luke also has a campus near Comus, MD, which is our Conference and Retreat Center, called Hallowood.

Is Saint Luke accessible?

Yes, the entire church building and school is handicapped accessible