Love, not judgement.

We are so glad you stopped by.  In this busy world, we hope you will linger long enough to let your spirit breathe, to find a connection to the Holy, to make friends with others who are seeking to love God, neighbor and self as we discover what it means to follow in the way of Jesus.  It is our hope that as we seek God together, open our hearts to the guiding Spirit and discover the way of Jesus, that this busy corner at Youree Drive and Sand Beach Boulevard will provide a welcoming place of peace, an oasis of hope and an opportunity to be transformed by the grace of God so that we may carry that grace and love into the world.


All are welcome.

St. Luke’s United Methodist Church was founded in 1960 on what was the growing southern edge of Shreveport.  For 25 years we have been known for our Pumpkin Patch in October, which sells pumpkins raised by our friends in the Navajo nation, and uses all profits to provide funding for support of a multitude of missions and outreach programs.  St. Luke’s has a deep connection to the recovery community hosting seven recovery group meetings each week where people find hope and healing through the 12 step community.  We are committed to a shared life of worship, prayer and study and welcome people from all walks of life regardless of race, socio-economic background, sexual orientation or background.  We hope you will join us for worship, come walk our labyrinth, enjoy the prayer garden, participate in one of our study or fellowship groups or participate in one of the weekly 12 step groups. 


Come to me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest. Take my yoke upon you and learn from me, for I am gentle and humble in heart, and you will find rest for your souls. For my yoke is easy and my burden is light.
— Matthew 11: 28-30
Labyrinth Only (Black).jpg