NOTE CONCERNING THIS SUNDAY'S SERVICE
This week’s service will be conducted inside the church; however, because of a new outbreak of the coronavirus in the larger community and because several in the St. Luke’s family have been affected, only those conducting the service (minister, organist, several singers, etc.) will be physically present. Others are asked to remain in their cars and listen over the radio or use the outdoor pavilion. Next Sunday – God willing! – we hope to return to our regular pattern, which includes welcoming people into the church with social distancing. Thank you for your patience and understanding.
One Service with 3 Options on Nov 29
Keeping people safe yet responding to their emotional and spiritual needs remains the focus of St. Luke’s Church, Blue Ridge. To accommodate those needs, one service with four worship options will be offered at 9:30 a.m. Options include: our pavilion - with social distancing; drive-in and online. The Rev. Victor H. Morgan, rector, will preach.
Those choosing to ‘stay safe in the family car’ will be able to view the service on Facebook or listen over their vehicle’s radio (FM 98.1). To access service on Facebook and You Tube, key "Parish Church of St. Luke's, Blue Ridge, Ga." in the search bar of those respective sites.
Many thanks for your continued financial generosity during the COVID-19 crisis. A number have found our new online giving portal helpful. It can be assessed from the church's website: www.stlukesblueridge.org.
Also special thanks to Kathryn Noblett and her team of ushers working both inside and outside, along with Teresa Wankel and others who have been sanitizing pews and other surfaces between services. Everyone is doing a great job! Please know your Rector appreciates your extraordinary service at this time.
The Reverend Victor H. Morgan, Rector
The Reverend Ronald Wikander, Assisting Clergy
7 Ewing St.
Blue Ridge, GA 30513
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 1821, Blue Ridge, GA 30513
Service and Event Schedule
Sunday 8:15 A.M. Holy Communion (said service)
10:00 A.M. Morning Prayer and Sermon
Holy Communion from the Sacrament reserved from the 8:15 a.m. service is available in the Jennus Chapel immediately following the 10 a.m. service. The service last about 7 minutes.
(Holy Communion, first and fifth Sundays and principal feast days)
Weekdays 7:30 A.M. Morning Prayer (said service)
Prayer Book Holy Days announced