St. Andrew & St. Luke Episcopal Church

Come Join us for our Weekly Sunday Worship

8:30 a.m. at our 850 Wolcott Ave. campus

10 a.m. at our 15 South campus.

Everyone is welcome to join us!


If you are looking for a faith family, know that we embrace you as a sister or brother in Christ. If you are searching for God or a deeper knowledge of God, know that you CAN SEARCH TOGETHER WITH US.

Our weekly worship services are on Sundays at 8:30 a.m. and 10 a.m. We gather to celebrate the sacrament of the Holy Eucharist (Holy Communion) and all are welcome to join us. Please see the worship tab for more information.

Upcoming Special Services

Sunday Sep. 8th, Parish Picnic: On this day we will have only one Sunday service. The service will be at 10 a.m. at our 850 Wolcott Ave campus (there is no service at our 15 South Ave campus on this day). We will also have our annual Parish Picnic immediately after the service on the Great Lawn in front of the Sanctuary. Everyone is welcome to join us!

Saturday Sep. 28th, Celebration of New Ministry: On this day our principle service for the weekend will be on Saturday Sep. 28th at 5 p.m. The service will be at our 15 South Ave campus and will be a Celebration of New Ministry. Bishop Shin will join us to preside at the service and for dinner following. Dinner after the service will be in the undercroft and everyone is welcome to join us.

Sunday Sep. 29th: If you are unable to be at our Saturday Sep. 28th service with Bishop Shin we will have one service on Sunday Sep. 29th at 10 a.m. The service will be at our 850 Wolcott Ave campus (there is no service at our 15 South Ave campus on this day).

Wherever you are in your journey of faith you are welcome to join us at St. Andrew and St. Luke Episcopal Church. We are a diverse community of Christians who pray and work together to do what we understand God is calling us to accomplish in Beacon and beyond. We are diverse in gender, age, ethnicity, sexual orientation, opinions and many other ways. We welcome all and believe that our diversity is one of our strengths and helps us understand the fullness of God’s love.

Our principal work is the work of prayer. We meet each Sunday to praise and thank God and to pray together for the church, the local community and the world. We also reach out to the world to help heal the brokenness that exists. Our primary outreach work is a large Food Pantry ministry that provides fresh, frozen and non-perishable food to Beacon residents every Saturday. We also sponsor free concerts and art shows to promote artists and the arts for the public, especially those who may not be able to afford other arts events. We have a regular schedule of Parish family activities, like our annual Parish Picnic and annual Dinner and Dance, to help us support one another in our life together.

I hope you will visit us soon! To find out more about our regular Sunday worship please visit the Worship tab on this website. We have 2 campuses in Beacon, one at 15 South Avenue (West campus), and one at 850 Wolcott Avenue (East campus). Both contain historic and beautiful buildings and help us to do our work as a Parish of The Episcopal Church.

We invite you to come and be with us as one of the family.

God's Peace,


St. Andrew and St. Luke Episcopal Church is a parish of The Episcopal Church and the Episcopal Diocese of New York. The Presiding Bishop of The Episcopal Church is the Most Rev. Michael Bruce Curry. The Bishop of the Diocese of New York is The Rt. Rev. Andrew M.L. Deitsche. The Rector of St Andrew and St. Luke Episcopal Church is The Rev. John F. Williams.

The ministers of the parish are all the people who are members of St. Andrew and St. Luke Episcopal Church. Their promise in baptism is to spread the Good News of God's love and be the body of Christ doing God’s work in our world. The Good News is that God loves everyone, unconditionally, and wants us to live in right relationship with God and with each other. Through our work we promote peace and justice and respect the dignity of every human being.


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Our Mission

We are a diverse family of believers called to follow Christ our Lord on a journey of faith.