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Beginning Sunday, October 4 St. Luke has resumed on-site, in-person worship services at the regular time - 10am. Holy Communion will be celebrated each Sunday and will conclude each worship service. Social distancing guidelines, including use of masks and hand sanitizer, will be implemented.
Procedures required for members and visitors during this recovery period from the Coronavirus pandemic are provided in a PDF brochure. Please click on the link below to review procedures prior to arriving at church:
A new YouTube channel is now available, dedicated specifically to St. Luke. While the service will begin at 10am, a recording will be available later on Sunday for viewing. Once you have subscribed to the channel, you will not need to enter the link each time. Please copy and paste the following into your browser:
Sunday morning Bible Study is now changed to a Zoom study on Tuesday evenings, beginning Tuesday, September 15 @ 8 p.m. This study, entitled “Crisis Living” and based on the book of Kings, will be one of prayer and sharing. Beginning Thursday, September 17, also @ 8 p.m. will be the Lectio Divina, an ancient Benedictine method of prayer, which fosters a deep reading of the Word of God.
The Zoom study currently hosted by Susan Snyder will continue to meet weekly on Wednesdays @ 7 p.m. Currently, we are currently exploring a study of Martin Luther by Eric Metaxas. If you are interested in participating in this fascinating, in-depth study, please contact Susan Snyder @ (909) 263-3593.
Sunday Worship is at 10 am Eucharist every Sunday
Office Hours: Tu-We-Th - 8:30 am. - 1:30 pm
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Many are using Pastor Tim's YouTube sermons as a resource for shut-ins, and there is a link in this email to all of St. Luke's social media resources.