About St. Luke

St. Luke Evangelical Lutheran Church is a congregation of the Chambersburg Conference, Lower Susquehanna Synod, Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA). Our facilities are situated along the campus of SpiriTrust Lutheran Village of Luther Ridge, just off I-81 on route 997 (Black Gap Road).  The congregation was chartered in 1894 with 30 original members, and has grown steadily over the years and anticipates such growth into the future.

Someone has said that this congregation is the perfect church for people who aren’t. We are a work in progress, individually and together. In our brokenness, struggles, and challenges, we encounter the grace and mercy of Jesus. We believe God desires us to share the light of Christ with others.

Our Purpose

“Sharing the Light of Christ”
We are claimed to worship God together with Word and Sacraments, in a united fellowship in Jesus Christ.  We are named to proclaim and promote the Gospel of Jesus Christ in our community and in the world. We are sent to serve others in Christian love, as we are called and empowered by the Holy Spirit.

Council and Committees

We’ve created a whole section of our site to share information about the good work that our church congregation leaders are doing. Find out more about  who they are and what they do by visiting our Council and Committees page.


If you’re looking to connect with someone at St. Luke, you might check out the St. Luke Staff page of our site. You’ll find profiles there, and contact information for Pastor Frye and the office staff. You can also reach out by submitting a request through our online contact form!