THIS WEEK AT ST. LUKE’S
Daily Office: Morning and Evening Prayer – Morning Prayer at 9 AM; Evening Prayer at 5PM. Are live-streamed on Sunday; Tuesday through Saturday morning.
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17
Sunday Vigil Liturgy, 5 PM – Liturgy is a service of Ante-Communion with spiritual communion. A full service leaflet for the Sunday service may be found by clicking below
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 18
Morning Prayer, Rite I at 9AM live streamed from the Memorial Garden.
Sunday School, 9:30 AM – From Sunday, September 6 until Advent we will be offering a virtual program on the Beatitudes. Please email Mother Barnes at email@example.com to register and receive Zoom log-on information.
Sunday Liturgy, 10AM –Sunday Liturgy is a service of Ante-Communion with spiritual communion. A full service leaflet for the Sunday service may be found by clicking below:
Please join us on our Facebook page for the streaming of the services listed above.
Click here for a copy of the Book of Common Prayer!
Prayers and Litanies
Virtual Coffee Hour, Sundays, 11:15AM (following 10AM Sunday Liturgy).
Sunday Adult Ed – Study of the Gospel of Matthew, Sunday, 12 PM. Please join us at 12PM for our Adult Ed Bible Study. We will discuss Matthew 27 and 28. Click here to join the class.
Children’s Christian Education Materials
For Sunday, October 18, 2020. Materials include:
– Lectionary based Children’s coloring sheet
Also, please see the information above regarding our 12 week virtual program on The Beatitudes
See our Children and Youth page for more offerings including resources for talking with kids about the challenging issues of our time.
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 20
Covid-19 Emergency “Grab& Go” Food Give Away – 1:00PM – 4:0PM.
Limited free delivery to downtown Scranton residents. Open to the public. Zip code & number of children/adults/elderly in household required.
Tuesdays October 6, 13, 20, 27 at 7PM via Zoom (Click here).
The way of love is essential for addressing the seemingly unsurmountable challenges facing the world today: poverty, racism, selfishness, deep ideological division, competing claims to speak for God. This book will lead readers to discover the gifts they need in order to live the way of love: deep reservoirs of hope and resilience, simple wisdom, the discipline of nonviolence, and unshakable regard for human dignity.
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 22
Have you completed the parish survey? We’d love to hear from you!
We are conducting a parish survey prior to reopening to obtain feedback and hear from you as your hopes and concerns. To complete the survey, click here
Resources on Race and Racism
“Can you yearn enough for Church; can you yearn enough for Jesus.”
Posted by Winnie Varghese on Sunday, July 5, 2020
Bishop Kevin expresses his support of Kelly Brown Douglas, Stephanie Spellers, and Winnie Varghese, and encourages everyone in the diocese to read their message, “Speaking of Freedom,” and reflect upon this moment.
Here is their written statement.
In this video they read the statement and discuss.
Please, I urge you to read, mark, learn and inwardly digest. This is a call to the Church, to us Episcopalians, to BE CHURCH.
And a good article from Psychology Today – The Psychology of Rioting: The Language of the Unheard.
Here’s an Ascension and Pentecost at Home resource compiled by Rev. Beth Hoffman Reed and Rev. Peter Pearson for seasonal devotion.