17 Oak Avenue

Metuchen, NJ 08840

732 . 548 . 4308

In-Person Services

REQUEST TO ATTEND AN IN-PERSON SERVICE 

  Requests to attend an in-person Saturday or Sunday Worship Service in the Fryer Hall  Auditorium,  for services beginning on August 1st, are now being accepted. These services will also continue to be live-streamed.

   Because we prioritize the health and safety of our community during the continuing COVID -19 pandemic,  you MUST complete the Request to Attend an In-Person Service Form by  8 am on the Friday prior to the service PLEASE  do not  come to a service unless you receive an email that your request was granted , it would break our hearts to have to turn you away.

  CLICK HERE to complete this form and for more information about what will be expected of all  who choose to attend in-person services to keep each other safe.


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View Fr. Ed's Sermons 

​Even if you have not been able to join us for services, you can still listen to Fr. Ed's message 

Online Services

Saturday & Sunday Worship Services are  Live -Streamed via YouTube

  • Saturdays @ 5:30pm and  Sundays @ 8am & 10am
  • CLICK HERE  to attend virtual services, as well as to access downloadable service materials
  • Add someone to the Prayer List for these services by CLICKING HERE

Daily Morning, Noontime, Evening &  Compline Prayer Live-stream

  • Morning Prayer @ 9am (7:15am on Sundays)
  • Noontime Prayer @ 12 noon
  • Evening Prayer @  5pm
  • Compline Prayer @ 8:45pm
  • CLICK HERE to join Fr. Ed Live for a prayer service or to view the recording later.
  • Note - you do NOT need a facebook account to join the prayer service live or view it later.

For online versions of The Book of Common Prayer & other Prayer Resources CLICK HERE​​


We raise children who know themselves to be beloved children of God. We partner adults in the challenges of living in a demanding world with trust and hope. We treasure the wisdom of our elders.

We know that Christ's love is stronger than any barrier human beings can erect. We celebrate that love in music and sacraments ancient, yet freshly relevant to modern people. With our time, talent and treasure, we stand with those less fortunate than ourselves.

Bishop William H. Stokes - Sermon

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Make an Offering to Support St. Luke's

Though our building is closed, St. Luke's continues to serve our congregation and the community. It also continues to have to pay bills! Since we are not able to raise money in the way we normally do, your continued pledging and donations are even more important to us as we work our way through the COVID-19 crisis! See below to donate or pay your pledge electronically.

DONATE:Please consider CLICKING HERE to find out how you can donate to St. Luke's.  ​A donation is a wonderful way to say thanks for our online services, to honor someone, celebrate a special occasion, say Thanks! and support St. Luke's ministries, services & programs!  

Pay Pledge Online: Learn how to pay your pledge online by CLICKING HERE.

Saint Luke's Episcopal Church in Metuchen is a community of people of all ages who seek to see and serve Christ in one another.

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See what's Happening


Check out the  photos of progress on the Church Building Restoration Project & our upcoming ​Watch Party for the film  An Interview with God  is on Sunday, October 25th @ 4:30 pm. Watch the movie beforehand & join us discuss the movie as a group. CLICK HEREfor more info & to contact us for the link.​​






The Pumpkins are Here!

The patch is open daily

11am-7pm

St. Luke's buildings are temporarily closed  because of the pandemic. Because of COVID-19 constraints, only those with a confirmed reservation will be able to attend services. Scroll down for Online & In-Person Service Info

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