Needlepoint Kneelers


Christ Window


In response to the call in Roman 15:7 to "Welcome one another, therefore as Christ has welcomed you", we warmly welcome people of any race, nationality, sexual orientation, gender identity, age and ability.

We invite you to join us in our worship of Christ and fellowship.




Given in loving memory of JoEllen Lindseth
by Carroll and Alfred Lindseth


Given in honor of the marriages of
Jessica and David Clingman and Megan and Stephen Ross by Janet and Gordon Reinertsen


The Altar Kneelers (click on image for a larger view)

Adam and Eve by Nancy Keating

Adam and Eve: Nancy Keating

Noah's Ark by Karen DeRuyter

Noah's Ark: Karen DeRuyter

Moses in the BullrushesMoses in the Bullrushes: Bonnie Dougherty Joseph and the Many Colored CoatJoseph and the Many Colored Coat:
Jessica Reinertsen Clingman
The AnnunciationThe Annunciation: Betty Ann Hilsman The NativityThe Navtivity: Mary Ann Hite
Jesus in the TempleJesus in the Temple: Eve McCune Nash Loaves and FishesLoaves and Fishes: Janet Reinertsen
Zacchaeus in the TreeZacchaeus in the Tree: Katie Duncan Huffstutler Palm SundayPalm Sunday: Andrea Pell
The AscensionThe Ascension: John Howells


The Wedding Kneelers (Click on image for larger view)

The Wedding at Cana
The Wedding at Cana - Bride'sBride's: Janet Reinertsen The Wedding at Cana - Groom'sGroom's: Jane von Seggern

About the Artist

Nancy Keating is a decorative painter, master stitcher and lifelong artist. One of her specialties is the design and painting of original needlepoint kneelers for churches. Nancy's designs were inspired by our stained glass windows, the joyous use of colors and the presence of the Holy Spirit represented literally and figuratively. She designed our kneelers to reflect the "Cloud of Witnesses" with the Holy Spirit changing the colors as it moves through each canvas. Not only did Nancy design our beautiful kneelers, she also stitched the Adam and Eve kneeler. In addition to St. Luke's kneelers, she has designed the kneelers for the Episcopal Church of the Epiphany in Decatur and St. James Episcopal Church in Marietta.