Worship

The public prayer of the Church.

St. Luke’s welcomes re-opening of church buildings

On 09 March 2021, the First Minister’s announced that communal worship for up to 50 people is set to re-start from 26 March. This has been welcomed by the Scottish Episcopal Church.

The earlier than anticipated opening date means that churches can now make a schedule for services during Holy Week, and where social distancing allows, can plan for a greater number of worshippers than previously expected.

We awaiting on The Advisory Group of the Scottish Episcopal Church guidance on the re-opening of churches for worship and will then consider how we move forward.

All gatherings for worship, including small gatherings such as house groups, remain discontinued until further notice; however our pre-COVID regular pattern of worship was:

Sunday

10.00am Holy Eucharist:

Celebration of Holy Communion with music and a sermon (Scottish Liturgy 1982).

St. Luke’s @ Number 58

(our Parish rooms at 58 Ninian Quandrant)

Tuesday

10.00am Holy Eucharist

A simple celebration of the Holy Eucharist (Scottish Liturgy 1982) with short homily.