We are thrilled and honored and excited to be back live, in-person, and in the sanctuary for worship! A few factors contribute to this good news:

At St. Luke, we have taken a cautious stance in regard to the COVID-19 pandemic. We immediately moved our services to Facebook Live on March 15, 2020 as soon as it became evident that safety measures were necessary. In July 2021, we returned to in-person worship with a limited service and many precautions; we also continued to provide an online worship option for those who were not yet comfortable returning in-person. Besides going back online only for a few weeks during the Omicron surge, we intend to continue in-person worship as it remains safe. Here are our current guidelines and protocols:

  • On Tuesday April 19, the Church Council voted to make masks optional for in-person worship.
  • Singing will be limited to brief liturgical responses at this time (i.e. Psalms, Gospel Acclamation)
  • We have replaced the Hymn of the Day with a Hymn of Meditation
  • Services will be no longer than 45 minutes
  • Our collection plate is located at the back of the church for offerings. There is no offertory or passing the plate.
  • We share a socially-distanced sign of the peace (i.e. waves, peace signs, verbal greetings)

We hope to continue to loosen precautions (1) as infection rates and risk levels continue on a steady downward trend, and (2) as the vaccine becomes available to all who may attend our worship services (including children). Please feel free to contact Pastor Noah with any questions at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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