Located at Church and Main Streets in Saranac Lake, in the heart of the Adirondacks, Saint Luke’s is a faithful community of Christians.
Founded in 1878, throughout its long history the parish has welcomed all persons; we seek to practice what St. Benedict taught his monks and their households: “All guests who present themselves are to be welcomed as Christ” (Rule of Benedict 53:1). Our parish is centered on the worship of God and is committed to embracing all who come here with the love of Christ and to responding abundantly to the needs of our community and our world.
We hope you will feel welcomed to join us regularly for fellowship and worship.
We hold two Sunday morning services, using Rite Two in the Book of Common Prayer. The 7:45 a.m. service is quiet; without music.
At the 10 a.m. service we praise God with the singing of liturgy and hymns, accompanied by our choir and pipe organ.
Both services are followed by a coffee hour in the parish hall.
People in the service
About Saranac Lake
The Saranac Lake Region is one of the oldest travel hubs in northern New York's Adirondacks. With historic routes and waterways making connections throughout our wilderness landscape, travelers have explored our region for centuries. Today visitors' experiences range from peaceful enjoyment of nature to rugged backwoods exploration. We invite you to set your own course or tap into the expertise of local hosts, instructors, artisans, and guides.