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Looking to find a church in your community that welcomes LGBTQ into the full life and participation of the congregation? St. Luke’s Presbyterian Church is a More Light Congregation and is committed to full inclusion and welcome of all God’s people.

Matthew 25 Movement Pledge:

"We pledge to stand with and defend the vulnerable in the name of Jesus."

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Mobilizing the church in service to the world

With so many injustices, small and great, across the world and right at our doorstep, what are people of faith to do? What if Christians were to shape their social justice efforts around the implications of the truth that God is real and Jesus is risen?

The Matthew 25 Movement is a growing national coalition of over 200 churches and Christian organizations who have committed to standing with vulnerable communities in the current fluid political climate.

St. Luke’s Presbyterian Church has made a pledge to stand with and defend vulnerable communities.

Leadership Team

Pastors

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Rev. Ann Hayman

Transitional pastor

 

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Rev. Joshua Yee

parish associate pastor

 

Staff

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Linda Braden

Bookkeeper

 

Ray Buffer

Choir Sectional Leader

 

Linda DeLaRosa

Office Manager

 

Izumi Kashiwagi

Accompanist

 

Monique McLemore

Nursery Teacher

 

Marin Miller

Christian Education Coordinator

 

Gaspar Perez

Building and Grounds Manager

 

Dr. Stephen Pu

Director of Music

 

Ann-marie Wrightman

Choir Sectional Leader

 

Ruling Elders

Dave Sargent – Clerk of Session

Art Auerbach– Personnel

Jane Terry– Outreach

Ellen Chase– Christian Education

Cathy Clay– Congregational Life

Robin Fernandez– Mission

Paula Di Fiore– Worship

Ted Peet– Building and Grounds

Bob Saurer– Finance

Deacons

Lori Brown

Linda Delarosa

Carolyn Liesy- Moderator

Lee Wisel Peet

Elvira Perez

Evelyn Chidsey