At St. Luke's, we delight in offering opportunities for children, teenagers and families to experience the joy, challenge, relevance and beauty of Christian faith. We are pleased to continue to offer Sunday School, Youth Group and Supper Chapel this fall.
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The Third Sunday after Epiphany
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©2020 The Church of St. Luke in the Fields
Celebrant: The Reverend Andrew Ancona, Associate & School Chaplain
Homilist & Deacon: The Reverend Bo Reynolds, Senior Associate
Music performed by David Shuler, Organist
Many thanks to our volunteers and staff who helped to enrich our online worship.
Permission to podcast / stream the music in this service obtained from ONE LICENSE #733601-A. All rights reserved.
Sunday School resumes September 20th with virtual classes held on Zoom. Sunday School is offered at 9:45 am on appointed Sunday mornings for young people age two through 6th grade. Each class offers age-appropriate engagement with Biblical stories through art, movement and service.
Sunday School coincides with the school year and runs from September to June.
To register your children and youth for Sunday School and other CYF Programming, please fill out this form.
Supper Chapel, our 5pm Monthly Weeknight Service is an inter-generational, family friendly service where children and families are encouraged to take a front row seat and wisdom and love is shared among all ages.
Our next Supper Chapel meets on Friday, December 4th at 5:00pm. Due to the weather forecast, we will share Holy Communion inside the church. You can register to attend here. Please contact Father Ancona for more information.
Next Youth Group Meeting: In-person and socially-distant gathering on Wednesday, September 30 at 6pm for those in grades 6-12. We will meet outside the Church for Mass at 6:15, and then enjoy socially distant fellowship afterwards. Bring your friends and your masks! Email Father Ancona with questions.