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How We Worship
A St. Luke’s parishioner has described us as “a traditional service in a non-traditional setting”. Participation is an essential ingredient. Many volunteer to be lesson readers, to lead the psalms, or Prayers of the People.
Our music is wide-ranging: we use four Episcopal Hymnals which draw from the black history, women’s issues and human rights along with the tried and true.
From the moment a person is greeted at the door until goodbyes are said as one leaves for home there is an effort to make one feel included. The Passing of the Peace is an exuberant visit to every member of the congregation with handshakes and hugs. Every effort is made for us to have contact with everyone attending service both able bodied and disabled. This is our time also to admire toddlers and babies, of course. We don’t sit down until we have greeted every person in the room.
In the recent past, we have had an early service that was focused on a 12-step liturgy. This program although not large did reach an important segment of our worshipping community.
St. Luke’s very diverse congregation are fond of the sense of communion that we have grown into. We aim to keep it.
*Due to Covid-19, we are currently worshiping as a community through Zoom, and striving to honor our worshiping practices through screens. To learn more, visit our ‘Get Involved’ section of our website.
We have launched our ‘fall program year’ at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church. A program year provides more opportunities for children, youth and adults to come together as a community both in-person and virtually; as we grow together as The Body of Christ, walk in The Way of Love and build The Kingdom of God at our own doorsteps.
Click HERE for the Liturgical Calendar for Upcoming Weeks.
Click HERE to view our Service Leaflet from our most recent Zoom worship service!