Holy Eucharist at 10:00 am in person and live streaming. If you cannot join at 10:00, the service will be posted to YouTube on Sunday afternoon.
BIBLE STUDY - On break
NOONDAY PRAYER by phone - Wednesdays @ 12:00
OFFICE HOURS - By appointment
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Welcome to St. Luke's
"Mass on the Grass" We gather outdoors on the lawn at 10:00 am when the weather is good. We meet indoors when the weather is wet or too hot. We will offer livestreaming on our Facebook page "St. Luke's Episcopal Church in Ewing." We post to our YouTube page on Sunday afternoons.
COVID-19 restrictions have been revised. Following recent CDC guidance, the diocese urges us to wear masks when we gather indoors. So long as weather permits, we will worship outdoors, where masks remain optional at this time.
If you have not been fully vaccinated (i.e., if you are not yet 2 weeks after your second Moderna or Pfizer shot, or the single J&J shot), please continue to wear your mask. This will include unvaccinated children and youth for now.
Anyone who feels more comfortable wearing a mask should do so, without embarrassment.
If you feel sick, or if you know you have been exposed to COVID, please stay home.
Church From Home
Although we meet in person for Holy Eucharist at 10:00 (outside or in-doors as weather permits), we will begin live-streaming worship at 10:00 through our YouTube channel, St. Luke's Episcopal Church Ewing.
Permission to stream the music in our services is obtained through ONE LICENSE with license #M-401458. All rights reserved.
Join us for Noonday prayer on Wednesdays @ 12:00 pm by old-fashioned conference call.
We'll catch up with each other and then say the noonday office.
Dial 1-415-363-0833; PIN 146560
Click on the Church & Home button above for links to daily prayer, meditation, Bible study,
and resources for families with children
A SERVICE OF REMEMBRANCE: Honoring Losses in a Difficult Time - Sunday, Sep. 26 @ 4:00 pm at St. Luke’s.
In our longing to get “back to normal” it is tempting to push aside the losses we have experienced—of confidence, security, work, school, health and life. On September 26, we will gather to hear words of comfort, share our experiences, name our losses, reflect, pray and sing. Your family and friends are welcome to this service, so please share this invitation widely.
TRINITY CATHEDRAL FOOD PANTRY
When you shop please remember to pick up staple food items for the Cathedral food pantry: canned veggies and fruit, canned protein, PB & jelly (no glass jars please), rice, noodles, beans, etc. Leave your contributions in the basket under the usher's table.
THANK YOU TO OUR GENEROUS VOLUNTEERS AND DONORS
The generosity of our members--with their time, talent and treasure--helps support our community.
Thank you to our gardeners: we have given 3 boxes of veggies to hungry folks in Trenton.
Thank you for supporting HomeFront kids with new clothes and school supplies.
Thank you for donating school supplies for Parkway Elementary. Thank you to those who staffed our table and greeted our neighbors at Ewing's National Night Out.
Thank you to those who helped fill weekend meal bags for Urban Promise.
Thank you to those who participated in and raised funds for
St. Luke's Statement on Racism and Support for the Goals of the Black Lives Matter Movement
St. Luke’s Episcopal Church is committed to and affirms the goals of the Black Lives Matter Movement. St. Luke’s has long been distinguished by a culture of diversity and inclusion, and is committed to lifting the veil of racism, oppression, and obstacles to achieving one humanity. We believe radical change is necessary now. We commit to not just words but meaningful actions to dismantle systemic racism and create justice.
St. Luke's is "the little church that does big things." We are a vibrant and intimate community seeking to be faithful to our baptismal promise: to continue in the Apostles' teaching and fellowship, in the breaking of bread, and in prayer. We take to heart our promise to seek and serve Christ in all persons, to strive for justice, and to respect the dignity of every human being. We are a people of hope and joy, committed to sharing Christ's love in ways that make God's world a better place for all people. You are welcome here--and we mean that!