Our roots go back to 1885 when the first Episcopal Mission was established in Fort Myers, that mission was called St. Luke’s. We are the oldest church in the Fort Myers area. We have been sharing the Good News of God’s redeeming love with our community for over 135 years.
Saint-Luc Church is called to glorify God in traditional worship, proclaiming the Gospel of Jesus Christ through a loving community. Saint Luke serves God by:
- Live and offer the Anglo-Catholic faith through traditional worship and Orthodox preaching
- Equipping All Members for the Ministry Through Discipleship
- Reaching out to our neighbors in word and deed with the Good News of the Truth and of God’s Love in Jesus Christ
- Share the peace of Christ with one another.
We are looking for a dedicated priest whose theological and liturgical training will allow us to strengthen our liturgical tradition as we grow in faith, worship and service of God.
Dynamic preaching and teaching skills are needed to help us grow spiritually and personally, enabling us to share this faith with our families, community, and the world. Part of this growth will be the strengthening of active lay ministries within the congregation to better serve our God and our parish. We look forward to welcoming a dedicated and godly priest into our parish family as a leader, teacher and friend.
St. Luke’s has a long history of traditional choral music. Today, the choir faithfully carries on this tradition by singing weekly for mass and, when scheduled, participating in the concert series. In recent years we have given concerts with chamber orchestra, major works by Mozart, Haydn and Schubert to name a few. We offer staff appointments to section heads in the community, often from local high schools.
One of the best things about living and working in the Greater Fort Myers area is the warm, sunny climate that colors everything in its path with contentment! Fort Myers is nestled on the banks of the Caloosahatchee River, a short drive from the white sands of Fort Myers, Bonita Springs, Sanibel, and the Captiva Islands in the Gulf of Mexico. Cape Coral, one of Florida’s fastest growing cities, sits on the west side of the river which is spanned by four bridges. Nicknamed “The City of Palms” because of the hundreds of majestic royal palm trees that line McGregor Boulevard and dozens of streets and residential neighborhoods, Fort Myers is renowned for its lush tropical vegetation and colorful flowering trees. A strong economy based on tourism, agriculture, finance, retail, medicine, real estate development and service-oriented trades offers a lot to an ever-growing population.
Please visit our website (www.stlukesfortmyers.org) – there you can learn a lot about St Luke and our rich life and ministry.