Divine Services

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At St. Luke's, the 9a Sunday Divine Liturgy continues to be live streamed on YouTube. A very limited number of parishioners who have registered for Divine Services will be present on a rotating basis, following health and safety requirements from our Archdiocese that is informed by experts. These requirements include strict "social distancing" in our temple, and face masks unless exempt for special reasons. The cleaning requirements have led us to have only the weekly Sunday Divine Liturgy without Saturday Vespers during this time. We just added a Wednesday Divine Liturgy 6p for another small group of registered parishioners.

Our Church office remains closed, and most work and church meetings happen remotely, but our priests may meet privately with people at Church or talk by phone on spiritual or pastoral matters.

Contact us if you have questions about our Church and our Holy Faith. After meeting with one of the priests, it is possible for newcomers to attend one of our Divine Services as serious inquirers. We keep a few openings available for this purpose.

We pray for the day we can welcome back all parishioners and the general public who would like to attend a full liturgical schedule of Divine Services and all parish activities that we previously did. We know that we face a "new normal" in the days ahead. We continue to use Zoom for Bible Studies, and may add some small group in-person meetings following health guidelines. An Inquirer Class to learn about Orthodox Christianity will be arranged in some form this September.

You will find on YouTube some of our past services, such as our recent Holy Week and Pascha when only five were blessed to be present in the temple. We are thankful the virus crisis situation is improving from those very restrictive days. Please continue to be patient and prayerful.

Our YouTube channel is called "stlukestream." Just click on the link below:

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCHBtBg43HgfOd4N02UZOR4w?view_as=subscriber