Open hearts. Open Minds. Open doors.


St. Luke is located at 1394 East Nine Mile Road, Pensacola, Florida. (Google Map.) Parking is in the front and sides of the building. Handicapped parking is available to the north and south of the sanctuary. A visitor's information table is located just inside the front door.

About Our Church

St. Luke United Methodist Church was established in June 1985. We seek to offer a quality worship experience and we share emphasis on local and international missions in order to fulfill the Great Commission. There are also many growth tracks available for stretching your faith. You will find something for your entire family here.

Our Mission Statement

Sunday Schedule

Traditional Services are held at 8:00 am and 11:00am, and a Contemporary Service begins promptly at 9:30am. On special occassions and holidays, our schedule may change. However, we have provided a calendar for you to be informed about those dates.

Sunday School is at 9:30am and 11:00am. Feel free to visit our Sunday school classes until you find one that works for you. Children's Sunday school classes are divided by age and grade. Assistance in locating a class may be obtained by the connection point in the narthex.


8:00 a.m.       Traditional Worship (Sanctuary)

9:00 a.m.        Fellowship Time (FH)

9:30 a.m.        Contemporary Worship (Sanctuary)

9:30 a.m.        Sunday School (Ed. Bldg. /Youth Center)

11:00 a.m.      Traditional Worship (Sanctuary)

11:00 a.m.      Sunday School (Ed. Bldg. /Youth Center)

5:00 p.m.  – 7:00 p.m. Youth Worship Services (FH and Youth Center)


The Lord's Supper

Our congregation celebrates the Lord's Supper on the first Sunday of each month during. When we celebrate Holy Communion, we announce, "This is an open Table," meaning it does not necessary to belong to St. Luke UMC or be affiliated with the Methodist tradition, but it belongs to the Lord. All are welcome to partake because it is a means of Grace.


United Methodists understand baptism primarily as the act of God, through the church, in which a person is claimed as God's own and initiated into His family. Infants and adults are regulary baptized in all three worship services. Parents who wish to present their children for baptism are invited to call our Administrative Assistant, Michele Millet, at 477-3145, Ext. 110 to arrange a meeting with Rev. Larry Anderson or Rev. Don Abrams.

Casual Sundays

It has become a tradition at St. Luke that summers (Memorial Day through Labor Day) are casual dress. As we move into summer, we will relax a little and not be so formal in our Sunday dress - cool, casual, and comfortable (but appropriate!) is the key. You will notice that our ministers, choir members and acolytes even take a break from the formality of wearing robes during this casual time. We invite you to join us each Sunday, to casually “rest and refresh” your summer spirit!


St. Luke is known for strong programs for children and youth, but also has many ways for adults to get involved. Browse through the Ministries page to see what's going on at St. Luke.


Missions, from local and international, is also a focus at St. Luke. Local missions include being a Partner in Education with Ensley Elementary School and Pensacola United Methodist Community Ministries (PUMCM aka Joe's Place), Safe Harbor, Pensacola Teen Challenge, United Ministries, and Camp Happy Sands. We also send mission teams to Peru and Ecuador. Browse through the Missions page and maybe you will find a way to serve that appeals to you.

Joining Our Church Family

If you would like to become a member of this congregation, please contact our Administrative Assistant, Michele Millet, at 477-3145, Ext. 110. An appointment will be scheduled for you to visit with Rev. Larry Anderson or our associate pastor, and a Sunday will be set up for you to join.


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St. Luke's newsletter:
The Flame  Jun 1, 2018

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Our Pastors

Senior Pastor
Rev. Larry Anderson

Associate Pastor
 Rev. Don Abrams

Associate Pastor Emeritus
Rev. Ted Bowne

Certified Lay Minister
Mr. Bob Woodard