St. Luke’s Prayer Garden makes a glorious use of our church’s side property by providing an oasis of reflection and meditation.
An inlaid magnificent granite cross serves as the focal point of the prayer garden. A pathway, designed in the shape of infinity can be used for personal or group prayer and meditation.
In October 2009 the Prayer Garden was officially dedicated with a Sunday service and Holy Communion held outside. A flag-pole was erected to commemorate the 10th Anniversary of 9/11.
The Prayer Garden is a project spearheaded by a group of congregants in the spring of 2009. We began by planting a variety of vegetable plants and herbs which we include in our Food Pantry distributions throughout the summer.