Celtic Summer Worship: Inspired by the liturgy and music of the Iona Community

This summer at St. Luke’s we will draw inspiration from Celtic tradition and the Iona Community in Scotland as a way to enliven our worship at our 10:00 a.m. Sunday liturgy beginning this Sunday (7/2) through Labor Day.

The Iona Community affirms that at its heart, “worship is all that we are and all that we do, both inside and outside the church."

In keeping with this Celtic ideal, our 10:00 a.m. summer service will include prayers, hymns, musical offerings and blessings “to help us be fully present to God, who is fully present to us –- in our neighbor and in the activity of the world around us, and in the very center and soul of our being.”

These inspiring services will offer a way for you to renew your spirit to live your life more fully, and empower you to engage your faith in a world in need of healing, renewal and hope.

These services are a wonderful opportunity to invite friends, family, and neighbors to worship with us.

See you at 10:00 a.m. this summer for Celtic-inspired worship at St. Luke’s.

Peace to you,
Fr. Greg+