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Worship

Join us at the following times:

Sundays: 

9:15 am Recorded Service View 
Our 9:15 service is welcoming to all ages. We especially welcome families to attend Sunday School afterwards. For more information please contact Deacon Andrew Ancona, Associate and School Chaplain. 
10:30 am Holy Eucharist Rite II Register | View
Our 10:30 am service includes elements of our traditional high mass. The Choir of St. Luke in the Fields provides music. Registration is limited to 50 people and we ask all who attend to maintain social distancing and wear a mask for the duration of their visit. Communion is offered in one kind. If you would like to sing, we ask that you to sing softly. 

Wednesdays:  

12:00 pm Holy Eucharist Rite II Register | View 
Our mid-week service is a said Eucharist with minimal musical accompaniment. Registration is limited to 50 people and we ask all who attend to maintain social distancing and wear a mask for the duration of their visit. Communion is offered in one kind. 

Supper Chapel:

Future Dates: December 4.
Outdoors until further notice. Monthly on a designated Friday at 5pm in the School Amphitheater. For more information, email Deacon Ancona.


St. Luke’s was one of the first Episcopal Churches in the United States to embrace the Anglo-Catholic revival in the mid-19th century. This commitment to liturgy (public worship), rooted in strong congregational participation, has been continuous for over 150 years.

Whether on Sunday morning or at weekday masses, we worship God: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit and celebrate our life in community. Worship is our coming together to offer our praise and thanksgiving to God, to reflect on scripture and our experience, and to discern God’s meaning and will for us and our world. The Holy Eucharist (also known as The Mass or Holy Communion) is central in The Episcopal Church. It is a time of beauty and imagination, of thoughtfulness and prayer, of giving and receiving.

At the time of Communion, all are encouraged to come forward. Baptized Christians of any denomination may receive the bread, the Body of Christ. If you are not baptized, or if you do not wish to receive, please come forward for a blessing. Signal this by crossing your arms over your chest. If you would like to be Baptized, please see details about our Formation Program and speak with any member of the Clergy.


Featured Service: Advent 1

Follow along with the bulletin here.

©2020 The Church of St. Luke in the Fields

Celebrant: The Reverend Caroline Stacey, Rector
Homilist: The Reverend Andrew Ancona, Associate & School Chaplain
Deacon: The Reverend Bo Reynolds, Senior Associate
Music performed by David Shuler, Organist, and the Choir of St. Luke in the Fields.

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.

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Find more online worship resources on our blog, including daily chants and self-guided meditations