While our church building is closed and all worship services are being streamed to Facebook, the information on this page will be especially useful.
Would you like to be able to read or hear a sermon that was given on a day when you had to miss church, or even re-read or listen to one you heard from the pulpit? Or have you decided to stay home and miss a service or two for health reasons, but want to partake of the service remotely?
There are a couple of ways you can do any or all of the above. For past sermons, locate Worship in the red menu bar at the top of this page, and use the dropdown menu to access the Past Sermons page. There you will find a link to audio recordings of sermons at SoundCloud, and a list of sermons (by date) for which a written copy can be viewed.
If you are staying home from church, most of the services are now livestreamed via our Facebook page for real-time viewing and listening. (Services that were streamed previously are archived there as well, under Videos.) Go to https://www.facebook.com/stlukesdurham at 10am on Sunday, and if the service is being streamed that day, it will show that there is a live video in progress. You may watch even if you don’t have a Facebook account, although a banner asking you to sign in or create an account will remain at the bottom of the screen.
Our worship services can now be seen on YouTube! St. Luke’s new YouTube channel, St. Luke’s Durham Worship and Music, is up and running and contains videos of our Sunday morning worship as well as some St. Luke’s music videos. Each week’s service is available for viewing on Sundays at 8am and can be seen anytime thereafter. (Weekly sermons are still accessible through our website and Facebook page.) We have over 100 subscribers to our new page! A search with “St. Luke’s Durham” should bring up the page, or you can go there directly with this link: https://www.youtube.com/c/StLukesDurhamWorshipandMusic. Be sure and subscribe and “like” (thumbs up) the channel or individual videos, and feel free to leave comments.