An eager group of St. Luke’s folks gathered at church last month, and with great joy and gratitude, raised their voices – TOGETHER! – by singing favorite hymns. The evening was such a success that we have decided to offer hymnsings every other week, beginning this Wednesday July 14 and continuing through September 8.

We begin in Johnson Hall from 7-7:30, take a fifteen minute break, then reconvene in the church for another thirty minutes of singing with the organ. This schedule helps us adhere to current COVID protocol. Singing is done while masked.

Some of the hymns are selected ahead of time but we also invite people to call out their requests.

Join us this Wednesday to sing, or even just listen. You’ll need to sign up ahead of time on our SignUp Genius page. Just pick the dates you want to come and sign up: July 14, July 28, August 11, August 25, September 8. Come at 6:45 if you’d like to mingle; singing begins at 7. Hope to see you there!

Once again, here is the schedule for each Wednesday:

6:45-7:00  Arrive and get checked in in Johnson Hall

7:00-7:30  Gather and singing in Johnson Hall

7:30-7:45  Break

  • Those who are vaccinated and comfortable may remove masks in the breezeway, have conversations at a close distance, and partake of food/drink they brought for themselves (we can’t yet share food or drink).  
  • Others can take some quiet time on our grounds or move into the sanctuary.

7:45-8:15  Singing in the Sanctuary

Note: Our current maximum time singing together in one space is 30 minutes. By singing in both Johnson Hall and the Sanctuary, we are able to sing together longer.  

As always, if you have any symptoms or may have been exposed to COVID-19, please stay home.

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