Revive. Rethink. Reform.

Times & Location

709 Church Street
Wilmington, NC 28401

9:00a Sunday School
10:30a Worship

12:00p Noon Day Bible Study & City-wide Lunch
6:00p Out of the Box Bible Study



Out of the Box Bible Study

Our Bible Studies engage interesting topics that are informative and enlightening. We challenge participants to rethink old Biblically teachings, while considering new perspectives.

Morning Win Prayer Line

To nurture a lifestyle of prayer, our Church is open every Monday morning @6a for prayer or you can also join us on our Morning Win Prayer Line every Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday @6:30a. +1.563.999.2090 access code: 879266#.

Rethinking Groups

Rethinking Groups are small classes that focus intently on Biblical subjects. Because these sessions are more intimate in nature, participants are able to share in dialogue and are given tools to spread the word to others. Rethinking Groups are held in the Spring and Fall.

L.I.V.E. Student Prayer Line

Every Sunday night @9p Middle School, High School and College Students can call in for an inspirational word. These calls are led by some of the most gifted people across the country and there is also an option to email prayer request to Call +1.563.999.2090 access code: 879266#.


Community Connect Event

During the Easter season we bring together a multitude of resources and activities while partnering with other organizations to share information on Health, Childcare, Job Opportunities and Neighborhood Schools. This event takes place at the Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Center and volunteers are always needed. 

Harvest Fest & Back 2 School Bash

Every year we partner with New Beginning Christian Church and about 30 other organizations to provide over 2,500 backpacks for children, youth and college students. This event is full of love and the backpacks are full of supplies. During the fall we also offer an alternative to Halloween by providing candy and prizes to the children in our community. All are welcomed and volunteers are always needed. 


Young people are not the only ones who love outreach. Our Missionaries are the more seasoned women of our Church (ages 55 & up) who dedicate themselves to feeding the hungry, clothing the homeless and partnering with other elderly citizens around the town. If you enjoy reaching-up and also reaching-out, then this ministry is for you. 

H.U.M.P. Ministry

H.U.M.P. stands for Helping Us Make Progress. Every Wednesday we partner with Social Services, Continuing Education Programs and Medical Services to provide assistance for the community. No matter what race, religion, ethnicity or gender; we provide a healthy meal, warm hospitality and an inspirational word for everyone. Volunteers are always needed. 


Children's Ministry

Our Children's Ministry is designed for children 3 years of age to 5th grade. Twice a month our children are taught Biblical lessons on their level. Through arts and crafts, hands on activities and memory verses, our children enjoy a safe atmosphere filled with love, fun and learning about Christ. 

Youth L.I.V.E. Ministry

Our Student Ministry is full of laughter, love and learning about Christ. Throughout the month our students engage in real life subjects and honest conversation. They also engage in community initiatives, activities and outreach. 

Greeters Ministry

Each week we like to welcome our guest and members into a spirit-filled environment full of godly love and a sense that EVERYONE BELONGS. Our greeters have the wonderful responsibility of meeting you at the door and supporting you while you're with us so, If you have a big heart and love to smile then this Ministry is for you. 

Men & Women Ministry

Our Men's and Women's Ministry is designed to cultivate and nurture a Christ-like character. Our lessons are centered around building leaders for the home, church and community. Men and Women are encouraged to be disciples of Christ as well as witnesses of the Word of God. 


About the Church

Saint Luke ranks as one of the oldest Churches in North Carolina, tracing its descent from the Christian Chapel Church formed on Easter Sunday 1865 by James Walker Hood and 13 lay persons in Wilmington.

After Christian Chapel was destroyed by fire in 1877, a new church was built and was named Saint Luke at its dedication on October 22, 1882. The present church building was dedicated on October 21, 1945 after the earlier church burned in 1944.

New Saint Luke is a part of the African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church. Our History, Bishops, Beliefs and Departments can be found on our Official Website: and our Book of Discipline can be accessed buy downloading the Barnes & Noble eReader app on any mobile device. 


Our Vision & Mission

Revive People - To teach the Word of God in simplistic and impactful ways that will draw people to Christ and give them strength and hope.

Rethinking Ministry - To use new methods of teaching the gospel that will interest, attract and empower people to make Christ a lifestyle.

Reforming Families - To share the message of Christ in practical ways that makes it easy to live out the principles of God at home, work and in ministry.

Our Pastor

Jermaine B. Armour is the Pastor and Visioneering Leader of the New Saint Luke Church. He holds the Master of Divinity and Masters in Christian Education Degrees from both the Interdenominational Theological Center and United Theological Center. In 2015 he was awarded the Honorary Doctor of Divinity Degree from Livingstone College for Outstanding Leadership and Progressive Ministry. He is a native of Buffalo, New York and is married to Tanya Denny Armour; they have two beautiful children, Jadah Alana and Jermaine Elijah.

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