I appreciate your considering walking inside our church. It can be scary; I assume you don't know a soul here.
You know how, at big holidays like Thanksgiving, families often will get more formal... use a table cloth and candles. We're casual in our dress, but usually formal in our services, to show how much we care about what we're doing. There's a lot of interesting history and symbolism around - it may remind you of a Roman Catholic or Lutheran service, if those are familiar. There's a program to pick up, and powerpoint lyrics if you like to sing.
If you've got kids, we have a nursery and classes for all ages, but we also like the joyful noises they make and interesting questions they ask.
All Baptized Christians are welcome to receive communion at St Luke's. After communion, we usually have healing prayer in the chapel. It's low key, a healing person listens confidentially and brings your concern to God.
Everybody needs community. We find that ours is warm, caring and thoughtful.