17 Oak Avenue

Metuchen, NJ 08840

732 . 548 . 4308

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a caring church

Daily Prayer

Book of Common Prayer & more  . . .

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.

Position Available -

                Church Musician

St. Luke's is accepting applications for a church musician through May 20th. Click here for more information

Worship Services

Morning Prayer & Evening Prayer - weekdays 9:00 am & 5:30 pm in the Chapel. Holy Eucharist - Saturdays at 5:30 pm & Sundays at 8 am and 10 am Mid-week Eucharist -   and other religious services in Metuchen . . .

Donate to St. Luke's

You can now donate to St. Luke's online! A donation is a wonderful way to honor someone, celebrate a special occasion say Thanks!  and support St. Luke's ministries, services & programs!  You make a General Donation or donate Memorial Flowers. CLICK HERE to learn more and to donate.

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Support St. Luke's through your

everyday  & holiday purchases

Amazon. com by clicking  on the logo below.  This will take you to the Amazon website where a percentage of everything you order during that session will be credited to St. Luke's.   Please note, you need to come back to St. Luke's website to click on the link to Amazon again for a portion of your next 

order to go to

St. Luke's.

OR Scrip Program. Go to:


to order your gift cards for grocery stores, and most major retailers. Instructions on how to enroll can be found on the table in Fryer Hall. ​FYI although ScripZone sells Amazon gift cards, St. Luke's gets a higher percentage if you purchase them through the Amazon link at the right.

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.

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 

Events & Programs

Book Club, Sunday School, Prayer Shawl Ministry, Round Table, Flea Market, Youth Choir, Computer Class & More Community  Events . . .

Liturgical Colors

Enhance your worship experience with liturgical  colors