COVID-19 Updates & Resources
“All will be well; all manner of things shall be well.” – Julian of Norwich
You belong and we belong together as fellow travelers through this wilderness that has been thrust upon our lives. No one is alone. Christ is our companion and we are companions in prayer and love of each other.
We have gathered resources on this page to keep you updated with news, videos, and more as we journey through what is likely very challenging times for us all. While the Church Office is not open, you may still reach out to us at gro.sekultsdnatsirhc@eciffo with questions or concerns.
In addition to the resources below, you may find resources from the Diocese and the National Church helpful:
Our Church still has many financial obligations. You may text to give by texting "GIVECSL" to 73256. You can also go here to give a gift online. Thank you for helping us continue to provide for our parish.
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Here you can watch past sermons as well as the most recent sermon/service we're recording during the pandemic. Download the current week's bulletin to follow along.
Not seeing the latest video? Check the sermon playlist on our YouTube channel here.
Morning Prayer for Saturday, March 28: James Solomon Russell
Morning Prayer for Friday, March 27: Harriett Monsell
Morning Prayer for Thursday, March 26: Richard Allen
Morning Prayer for Wednesday, March 25: The Annunciation
Morning Prayer for Monday, March 23: Oscar Romero
Morning Prayer for Saturday, March 21: St. Benedict
We are excited to introduce a new feature to our site that allows you to post prayer requests and view prayer requests. It’s a great way to keep clergy and the parish informed of your prayer needs and to support one another in new ways. Please be patient with us as we moderate your requests.
1. You can find the new prayer wall at christandstlukes.org/pray.
2. Once there, click the “Share Your Prayer Request” button. It looks like this:
3. Fill out the form with your details. You can choose how you would like your request to be shared with the drop-down that looks like this:
What the Different Sharing Settings Mean
- Choosing “Share This” will post your prayer request publicly on our site’s prayer wall with your name so that anyone can see it and pray for you.
- Choosing “Share This Anonymously” will post your prayer request publicly on our site’s prayer wall without your name so that people can still pray for you but without your name being attached to the request.
- Choosing “DO NOT Share This” will allow only the necessary staff and clergy to see your prayer request and pray for you.
4. Check the spam protection box and click “Submit Request.”
That’s it! Now you can post prayer requests and pray for others. Please note that all requests are moderated before appearing online in order to prevent sensitive information or spam posts. Contact the Church Office with any questions.
News & Articles
Fighting a new, life-threatening disease is hard enough. Imagine fighting it without safeguards as basic as masks and gloves. That’s the growing reality for doctors, nurses and others throughout the medical community as COVID-19 spreads across America. Care providers...
Dear Christ and St. Luke’s Family: This has been a really tough week for so many of us. I just want to remind you of a few things. More to come tomorrow. As we are learning to navigate this new reality, I am very aware that besides the threat of physical...
Please see the following letter from the Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Church, the Most Reverend Michael Curry, about the anticipated cancellation of Holy Week and Easter Worship. In light of this, I will discuss with our Bishop Haynes about rescheduling...
We are hoping to be able to feed the homeless this Thursday, March 19, while honoring the Governor’s request not to gather in groups. But Nicole tells me that adequate supplies are hard to find and we need your help. We are looking for donations of bread, peanut...
We are excited to introduce a new feature to our site that allows you to post prayer requests and view prayer requests. It's a great way to keep clergy and the parish informed of your prayer needs and to support one another in new ways. Please be patient with us as we...
At the direction of the Bishop, we are suspending all church events including worship services for the next two weeks. You can read the Bishop's statement below. The Church Office will also be closed. View resources we have compiled to help you during this time here....