"Glory To Jesus Christ!"
About St Luke
St. Luke Orthodox Church is a parish of the Orthodox Church in America (OCA) located in Palos Hills, Illinois. Come join us for worship on Sunday morning - Matins 8:30 A.M. and Divine Liturgy at 9:30 A.M. Great Vespers is celebrated on Saturday at 5:30 P.M. Morning prayers are held Tuesday and Thursday at 6:30 A.M. Check the calendar for the dates and times of feast day services. Confessions are heard before and after all services. Common Confession is held 5 times a year - check calendar.
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About St. Luke Chapel
St. Luke South Chapel is an outreach of St. Luke the Evangelist Church in Palos Hills, Ilinois, serving the Lincoln Way corridor—including the towns of New Lenox, Mokena, Frankfort, Tinley Park, Homer Glen and Manhattan.The Chapel is located one block south of US Route 30 and one block east of Cedar Road in New Lenox. The New Lenox Rock Island METRA train stops one block north of the Chapel. Sunday trains from downtown Chicago arrive in New Lenox at 9:44 AM. A train returning to Chicago departs at 12:24 PM.
Sunday Service schedule 9:50 AM Hours, followed by 10 AM Divine Liturgy.
Confessions are heard before Divine Liturgy or by appointment.
V. Rev. Andrew Harrison
St. Luke Chapel Photo Gallery - Photos and information about the St. Luke Chapel
St. Luke's 30th Anniversary Celebration
Anniversary books are now on sale for $24.00.
New Event: "911 Relics Displayed At Moraine Valley Community College"
New Event: "Garden Center Visit For September"
New Event: "Annual Church Picnic"
New Event: "Blessing For A New School Year"
New Event: "Memorial Chalice Blessed"
New Event: "Garden Center Visit For August"
New Event: "Food For The Christian Soul Visits Miller's Ale House"
Items of Interest
Orthodox Christian Network Watch the Liturgy Live, get information, radio programs, and more.
Prior Missions & Pilgrimages - View Slideshows of Prior Missions and Pilgrimages
The School of the Seventy - Join the "School of the Seventy" Adult Education Program. Listed under the Adult Education Ministry. Else Tennessen - Director.
St Luke's online school,
The Orthodox School of the Seventy (Link to Blog Site) has started a new school year, running September 1, 2013 to June 1, 2014. Study at your own pace and earn credit for doing so. The school is open to anyone wishing to learn about the Orthodox faith. Read, listen to podcasts, attend classes--there are many activities to choose from. New activities and books are posted weekly.
To enroll click here
To download a brochure about the School, click here
Questions? Contact email@example.com. The School looks forward to welcoming you!
AA and Co-Dependents Anonymous Meetings - View this link for more information
Question of the week - Join us and learn with us by participating in our online Bible Study through our question of the week.
"The Hour Of Orthodoxy Radio Programs" - Recently we have recovered Audio Files of "The Hour Of Orthodoxy Radio Programs"from the 1970's and 1980's by Fr. Vladimir Borichevsky. Currently we have 212 programs and more will be added as they become available. Click Here to learn more about the life and spiritual legacy of Fr. Vladimir Borichevsky
You Tube Videos - A Collection of Videos viewable on Youtube.com
St. Luke Parish Online Store -Please Visit our St. Luke Parish Online Store. A variety of books, icons, and misc. items will be offered for sale. As more items become availiable they will be added to the store. Payment can be made by check, money order, or credit card. Donations to help us continue our work in The Lord or to specific charities may be made here as well.
Clergy and Lay Leadership
The Most Blessed Tikhon - Archbishop of Washington, Metropolitan of All America and Canada
His Grace, the Right Reverend Paul, Bishop of Chicago and the Diocese of the Midwest
In Memory Of His Eminence, Archbishop Job, Bishop of Chicago and Diocese of the Midwest
Rector, Father Paul Jannakos
Archpriest Andrew Harrison Emeritus
Proto Deacon Andrew Werbiansky
Deacon John Segvich