Worship has always been at the center of our life at St. Luke in the Fields.
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 and wine, the Body and Blood 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.
St. Luke’s commitment to offering The Holy Eucharist throughout the week is integral to our mission of hospitality and service. All are welcome to these intimate and meditative masses where we proclaim Christ’s presence and God’s love for all people every day.
For a detailed explanation of Sunday morning worship, please go to New Here?
Said Eucharist, Rite I – 8:00 am in Laughlin Hall
Choral Eucharist, Rite II – 9:15 & 11:15 am in the School Auditorium
A Service of Healing follows.
Monday thru Thursday | Said Eucharist - 6:15 pm in Laughlin Hall
Friday | Said Eucharist - 12:15pm in the Teacher's Lounge
Monthly at 5:30 pm in Laughlin Hall
Supper Chapel resumes on October 4th