becoming beloved community

Along with Abundant Grace and Intentional Worship, Beloved Community is one of the three foundations of our parish's identity as being a place where all people can Come and See the difference Christ makes. We strive to foster God's Beloved Community in which all people may experience the abundant life intended for them as beloved children of God. We do this through pastoral care, fellowship, environmental stewardship, mission, and promoting racial justice and healing. This page focuses on that last element of the Beloved Community.

In 2019, St. Luke’s was awarded a grant from the Diocese of North Carolina to support the work of Becoming Beloved Community, with an emphasis on racial reconciliation work. 

St. Luke's completed Phase One of our work in January 2020:


As the work of racial reconciliation will span generations, there will be many more events to come...

Phase Two of our Becoming Beloved Community work will begin in July 2020 after initial plans had to be delayed and redeveloped due to the pandemic. These plans will be rolled out over the coming months in the weekly email.


Sunday Liturgies:

8:00AM     Holy Eucharist

10:30AM   Holy Eucharist with Music

5:30PM     Choral Evensong

(last Sunday of each month)

Monday through Friday:

8:00AM     Morning Prayer (Chapel)

5:30PM     Evening Prayer (Chapel)

(Healing Eucharist on Wednesdays)


131 W. Council St. 

Salisbury, NC 28144


Office hours: 

Church offices are temporarily closed to the public due to COVID-19. Please call or email.


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