st. luke's Community church

Our Church. . . . 

Our St. Luke's Community Church was birthed in the 60's as the Old Glencoe Methodist Church.  In need of a new building and revitalization, the church moved to its current location on Greenwood Drive and changed its name to St. Luke's United Methodist Church.  In the first decade of the 2000's the average worship and membership truly blossomed into a vital congregation.  In the 2020's the church, under God's leadership and the faithfulness of our church family, made a bold and very important decision.  The church disaffiliated from its former denominational relationship and became a non-denominational congregation named St. Luke's Community Church.  The church continues to thrive and is blessed by the presence of our Lord, Jesus Christ.

For believers who are looking for a warm, family oriented, Bible believing congregation where the Word of God is preached and practiced, St. Luke’s Community Church may be the place for which you are looking. 



Rev. Tommy Privette

 Tommy was born and raised in the state of South Carolina. He attended Clemson University and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree, Religion Major from former Coker College (now University) in Hartsville, South Carolina. He later attended Duke University and received his License to Preach from there in 1974. In 1980 Tommy received his Master of Divinity, graduate degree from Southeastern Seminary, Wake Forest, NC. He began preaching at age 19, appointed to the Pleasant Grove – Mt. Olivet charge in Cheraw, SC.  In June of 1977 Tommy was ordained in the United Methodist Church at the level of Deacon and then in 1980 he was ordained at the church’s highest level of Elder.

Tommy came to St. Luke’s in the summer of 2004 as a retired status, part-time pastor. He and wife Alma have enjoyed the ministry with this loving and vital congregation.