We are holding in person service at 8am and a 10am service.
If you feel you cannot attend in person given these guidelines, or your own personal comfort, we are working to ensure that the service will be available livestreamed on our parish Facebook page.
We are also working to ensure the service is livestreamed through the usual weekly Zoom link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/6263577071?pwd=cUtjbWQ4anc2Z2xyQkJSUFk2NVRWUT09
Please read the following for the current in-person service guidelines
Updated In-Person Service Protocols
Given the more transmissible subvariant that predominates, if you are not vaccinated and boosted, we ask that you consider worshipping virtually (at the zoom link below) for your sake and for the sake of others who may be vulnerable.
- We ask that all worshippers continue to wear masks indoors. For those who wish, we have N95 and KN95 masks available, which are encouraged.
- Please adhere to appropriate social distancing throughout the sanctuary. Use your best judgment regarding your seating for everyone’s comfort and safety.
- Singing is welcomed by those who are masked, but please be mindful of your proximity to others. There is plenty of space, so if you at any point feel crowded or uncomfortable, there should be other seating options around the sanctuary.
- The Passing of the Peace may proceed with handshakes and hugs between familiars. A peace sign or polite bow is also appropriate. Please avoid crowding the aisles.
- Communion will be offered, but there will be no sharing of a common cup for the time being. The celebrant, with gloved hands, will distribute the bread and dip it in the wine chalice and then hand it to you for your consumption. Communion will be served standing, so while in line please continue to leave appropriate space between yourself and the person in front of you.
- If you are feeling under the weather, please take advantage of our virtual options on Zoom and Facebook. Here is the standard Zoom link for Sunday services.
The Holy Eucharist is held each Sunday at 8:00am and 10:00am. On designated feast days – Christmas Day, Palm Sunday, Easter Sunday, our Patronal Feast Day (St. Luke) – we typically have one service for the entire community at 10 am.
- 8:00 am – Eucharist (Rite I): A simple, spoken communion service with traditional (familiar tense) language (thee and thy).
- 10:00 am – Eucharist (Rite II): This festive communion service includes music, with choir (Sept – June). Contemporary language.
- 12:10 pm – Healing Eucharist (Rite II): This communion service features an emphasis on healing prayers for those in particular distress or need.