Important Announcement Regarding Worship Services

Updated: Apr 1, 2021

4/1/2021 UPDATE

St. Luke will be offering limited in-person worship each Sunday at 9:30am. Reservations are not required at this time. Seating will be on a first come, first serve basis. The Fellowship Hall will be used as overflow seating once the Sanctuary has hit capacity. Please note that COVID-19 protocols will continue to be enforced.

2/12/2021 Update

St. Luke will be offering Drive Thru Ashes on Wednesday, February 17th from 8-9am and 5:30-6:30pm. Please drive underneath the Portico with your mask on to receive ashes.

The Ash Wednesday service will be available to view at 5pm on February 17th on Facebook and Youtube.

2/1/2021 Update:

Worship services at St. Luke will remain online for Sunday, February 7th and 14th.

Just a reminder, you can submit your offering online at, by mail, or drop it off in the locked box outside of Cebie’s office door. If you have any questions regarding online giving, please email the church office.


Brothers and Sisters in Christ,

The Reopening Committee has been closely monitoring the increase of COVID-19 cases in Florence County. Out of an abundance of caution and in accordance with our Reopening Phase Plan, we will be moving to online worship for Sunday, January 24th and January 31st. The worship service will be available to view at 9:30am through Facebook and Youtube.

Groups of 10-15 people, including Church Committees and Sunday School classes, may continue to meet in the Fellowship Hall provided the group follows the safety precautions set forth in the Reopening Phase Plan, such as wearing masks and social distancing. Please contact the church office to make sure the Fellowship Hall is available for the time and day your group is required to meet. As a reminder to members who do meet, please stay home if you are experiencing any symptoms that may be associated with COVID-19.

The Reopening Committee will assess conditions after two weeks and make a decision regarding worship services for February 7th and 14th.

God’s Peace,

Reopening Committee

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