Welcome to St. Luke's

We are glad you are here

About us

Dear Friend

We are an Episcopal congregation, very inclusive and enthused about our faith and mission: being disciples of the Lord Jesus and spreading his compassion and love through our worship and our social projects.

We welcome you!

Whether you are here for months or live here permanently, this is your Church too and you have a divine right to be here.

We open our hearts to you

We hope you will stay with us and form a church community with us.

Join us!

Services every Sunday

New Address! - Calle 76 no 581, esquina con 55. Santiago (Centro) Mérida

St. Luke's Episcopal Church of Merida

+52 999 247 15 19

Sunday Service Hours

In English at 10:00 AM

In Spanish at 11:15 AM

Drop us a line!

In October 2017

St. Luke's Patronal Celebration

Let us celebrate our Church and our community. Everyone is welcome!

Saturday, October the 14th

10:00am  Sandwich making for the O’Horán Hospital, Liga Cochinita, at Frank Kriegel’s home, calle 70, no.515, between 65 and 63, Centro. Distribution of the sandwiches right afterwards. 


19:30pm Evening of discussion and socializing. BEING A WOMAN IN YUCATÁN: AFIRMING HERSELF AS A PERSON AND CONQUERING HER RIGHTS, with Lic. en Biología Joice Zepeda, Maestra Adelaida Salas, Psic. Jorge Gómez Pech M.S.P.. Conference followed by life testimonials, questions/comments and socializing.   

Sunday, October the 15th

11:15am Solemn celebration of the Eucharist, bilingual.  


12:15pm Festive community lunch.        

Our Ministries

Youth Group

We meet every other Friday, at a different location to discuss topics of interests to our young people. Call Fr. José for details if you are interested in joining us. 

Social Project

 All are invited to help make sandwiches, to be offered on Sunday, with refreshments, at the General Hospital O'Horán, here in Mérida, courtesy of Mr. Frank Kriegel. Every Saturday, at 10h00am: Calle 70, No.514 (between 67 and 69), Centro. Come and help! Thank you Frank for your generosity! 

Visiting the homebound

 We are becoming aware that there are many older people living alone in Centro. If you know of anyone who would appreciate a home visit, by Fr. José or another member of our congregation, let us know.