Join us for a service of Holy Eucharist (BAS) at St. Luke's on Oct. 18, 2020, at 10:30 am, the Feast of St. Luke's the Evangelist. Saint Luke, a physician and evangelist, is the writer of the Gospel of Luke and the Book of Acts, and is the Saint for whom our church is named! So Luke is our Patron Saint and we celebrate our Patronal Festival!
We have an Operational Plan in place. Expect Covid-19 protocols to be followed, including physical distancing, sign-in, hand sanitizer, and please wear a mask if physical distancing is not possible. While singing is discouraged at this stage in the yellow recovery phase, there will be instrumental music before and after the service and during the preparation of the altar and the administration of Holy Communion.
Effective Oct. 9, the wearing of masks in indoor public spaces is mandatory. The officiant and reader are not required to wear a mask at the front of the church as long as 4-meters distancing from the congregation can be maintained.
For those at risk, including seniors and those with health issues, it is recommended that you remain at home for your safety and protection.
Officiant: Rev. Shirley Noseworthy, Rector.
For the convenience of those who are unable to come to public worship, the service will be recorded and available later in the day on YouTube, our parish Facebook page, and our parish Website! May God bless you!