The Order of Saint Luke is a dispersed community of women and men, lay and clergy, seeking to live the sacramental life. Founded in 1946, the Order was formed to bring about a recovery of the worship and sacramental practice which has sustained the Church since its formation in Apostolic times. At the same time, the Order seeks to help the Church rediscover the spiritual disciplines of the Wesleys.
The Springfield gathering of the IGRC Chapter of the Order of Saint Luke meets on the first Wednesday of the month, excluding June, July and August at the United Methodist Center. A second gathering has been established in Southern Illinois. Details will be added here soon. Morning Prayer will begin at 10 a.m. with a very short business meeting and a program following. Eucharist is celebrated at 11:45 a.m. with dismissal at noon. Those who are able generally go out to lunch together afterward.
All clergy and laity of the conference are invited to come and be spiritually fed.
Click on the link to the right to learn more about the Order of Saint Luke.