Calendar Highlights

Please scroll-down to see all of our events!  Please CLICK HERE to see the calendar detail. 

Wednesday, September 27—6:30pm—East End Chefs welcomes Craig Atwood, executive chef at East Hampton Point, located at 295 Three Mile Harbor Road, East Hampton.  Chef Atwood will begin the evening with a flan of local corn, served with farm greens and pecorino romano cheese.  The main course will be roasted free range chicken, yukon gold potatoes and local squash with a lemon verbena jus. Dessert will be assorted ice cream sandwiches served with a warm caramel sauce.  Call Lillian at 631-329-2151 to reserve a space for this special evening. Seating is limited and you must have a reservation to attend.  Donation is $30 at the door and refreshments are available to purchase.


Sunday, October 1, at the 10 AM service is our annual community PET SUNDAY service. Please tell you friends and invite them to join us.


Saturday, October 7—10:30am—Israel Tour Informational Meeting. A representative from Colette will be here to meet with our travel group, go over what you should know, and take questions to prepare for our tour. The tour leaves East Hampton on October 18th and we will return on October 30th. Father Gerardo will be taking care of us while Father Brunelle is away.


Bereavement Group meeting—Wednesdays, 7pm—All are welcome. Call Rev. Gerardo Romo with any questions, 631-329-0990 x 18.


The Mercer School of Theology in Garden City has published its latest catalogue of courses. It is available in church and on the Hoie Hall table.


Mr. Matthew Tees, the Director of Camp DeWolfe,  the Diocesan Camp in Wading River will be our guest on Sunday, October 8 to meet with you and the Sunday School parents to discuss the opportunities of the camp.

Sunday School on Wednesdays? In response to requests from parents, St. Luke’s Christian Education is considering a weekday afternoon class.  Could this be an answer to your hectic weekend schedule? Please email Colleen Stonemetz,, or call the church office for additional information.


Christian Education 2017/2018 registration is open. Classes begin Sunday, September 10. We offer classroom instruction for children in Pre-K, as well as those in the Primary and Intermediate grades.  If interested in having your child/children attend our classes, contact Colleen Stonemetz to register at Our Nursery is available year-round for families with younger children in need of childcare during the 10am service.


Brown Bag Lunch program continues. Lunches are prepared and delivered to unemployed day laborers three times a week. We make sandwiches on Thursdays at 9AM in St. Luke’s kitchen for distribution on Fridays and Saturdays.  If you are able to help, please join us on Thursdays or contact Holly Whitmore at 267-7852 or Father Gerardo at (818) 572-7082 or at 


St. Luke’s needs additional greeters for the 8am and 10am services on Sundays. There is a signup sheet for the 8am service on the table outside Hoie Hall. Anyone who might be interested in volunteering for the 10am service should contact Sandy Conklin at 631-324-5387. Your help would be greatly appreciated!

Bible Study has completed for this year. It will resume in the Fall. Please watch here and in the Sunday bulletin for more information.  

Please CLICK HERE for more information about Bible study, and to listen to recorded study group sessions.  

Food Pantry: Spring is still a hard time for some of our local community members who are without enough to eat. Please remember to bring a non-perishable item to be donated to the local food pantries. The collection box is located on the table outside Hoie Hall.

Support St. Lukes: Making it easier to support St. Luke’s, here on our church website you can make donations or pledges by credit or debit card online. You may CLICK HERE to go to the section where you can make a pledge or a gift. 

Stewardship Reminder

If you have not yet made a pledge to support the work of our parish, please consider making one now. St. Luke’s is more active than ever within the greater East Hampton community, in addition to remaining an oasis of spiritual guidance and strength for the members of our church. Please help us live our mission! Pledge cards are available on the table near the front entrance of the church. For those of you who have already pledged, thank you!

LAUNDRY LOVE PROGRAM IN AMAGANSETT Laundry is a basic need, because clean clothes and clean bedding give a sense of dignity and comfort. In Amagansett, the cost of laundry for a family of four is over $25 weekly. Your donations will help families and individuals in need to ease their family budget. Volunteers to help Fr. Gerardo are welcome. Checks can be made to St. Thomas Chapel, writing “Discretionary Fund” in the memo line. You can ask Fr. Gerardo for more details at 818-572-7082 or

The Altar Guild needs new members. Please consider volunteering some time, even on a seasonal basis. For more information, please contact Holly Whitmore at or 631 267 7852.

Prayers: Please note, on the first Sunday of each month the sick list will start anew. Please remember to call the office if you need to place someone on the list, AND to remove them when our prayers are no longer needed. Those on the list should be homebound, in hospital, nursing home, or chronically ill.

Living Legacy Society For those interested in providing for the welfare and future of our Church, St. Luke’s has a simple bequest program to help you help our Church by designating St. Luke’s a beneficiary in your will, trust or estate with this sample language that may be given to your attorney: “I give, devise and bequeath to St. Luke’s Episcopal Church (insert amount, percentage of estate, nature of gift, or remainder of estate) to be used at the discretion of the Rector and the Vestry (or for a designated purpose).” Those who choose to notify the Church that they have done so, will be gratefully recognized for their commitment as members of the Living Legacy Society.

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