St. Luke's United Methodist Church
Monday, August 03, 2020
The Friendly Church

Worship

 
 
 
 
 
Beginning on June 7th we will meet again for worship. 
There are several modifications to ensure that we are being sanitary
and safe as to not cause any spread of Covid-19.   
 
Worship Times
8:30am Traditional Worship (for those at high risk)
9:30am Arise Worship*
10:30am Traditional Worship *
*can be viewed on Facebook Live or heard on 94.7FM from our parking lot
   

  • We will resume worship in the gym space.  This is being done to adequately ensure that we have the appropriate amount of spacing between each seat.  Along with chairs we will have tables set up in the back for families with children to sit at.  
  • You will have to sit with your family.  We understand the desire to sit with and be close to people that we have missed, but we are still requiring social distancing of at least 6 feet between people that are not immediately related to you.
  • Masks will be required for worship. Because singing is an integral part of worship, but also spreads the virus to a much larger degree, we will need masks on everyone over the age of ten to ensure we are as sanitary as possible. 
  • There are several ways for you to worship with us. We understand that while some are excited to come back, others are anxious about large crowds. We will have services at 8:30, 9:30 and 10:30.  The 8:30 and 10:30 service will both be Traditional services.  We encourage our “at-risk” members to attend the 8:30 service when the building will be the cleanest. If you have an allergy to strong smells we also encourage you to attend the 8:30 service as we will have to sanitize the space in between all the other services.  The 9:30 service will be our Contemporary Service.
  • We will continue live-streaming the service on Facebook and encourage those that are not comfortable attending to continue worship with us through this platform. If you do not have Facebook, we will still be broadcasting the services on 94.7 into our parking lot. There will be close parking spots available for those that want to come and listen to the service.
  • We will not be screening for fever, but we do encourage you to self-screen for any sign of sickness before coming to worship.  We will have ushers and greeters that will help you get into the worship space and answer any questions that you might have.

I am excited to be able to worship together again and while we have more work to do, this is certainly a start to be excited about. If you have any questions, please let us know.




Rev. Ben Bagley
Sr. Pastor