Our church building is now open for in-person services. 

Anyone wishing to attend a Sunday service will need to register by phoning (250-477-6741) or e-mailing the office (admin@stlukecedarhill.ca) before noon on the Friday, prior to the Sunday service you wish to attend. (This will help us manage our capacity limits at this time.)

The Sunday services will also be livestreamed. Please visit the Livestreams page to view the service as it is livestreamed at 10 am on Sunday morning or the Video Links and Online Services page to view each week's recording of the livestreamed service.

As of September 16th, a Thursday morning Eucharist starting at 10:30 am will also be offered.

Prior to closing our buildings due to the pandemic, St. Luke's offered a variety of services each Sunday, and a mid-morning service on Thursdays.

On Sundays, services were at:
8:30 am:
 A quiet contemplative communion service, using the traditional form which Anglicans have used for ;almost 500 years. The service ;is just under an hour and includes a short sermon. Join us at 8:30 every Sunday for a spiritual boost which will last all day.

10:30 am: This service lasts about an hour and a quarter. People of all ages will be nurtured by the prayers, preaching, and music of this service.

7:00 pm Evensong: This sung Sunday evening service has been a highlight of the Anglican church for centuries. Come and close your day and your weekend with this meditative service of Anglican chant, hymns, preaching and prayer. This cosy, hour long, early evening service is just the way to prepare yourself for the week to come! Once a month (on the first Sunday of the month) this service is a celebration of communion.

7:00 pm Taizé: Once a month (on the second Sunday of the month) this service will be a service of prayer and music in the style of Taizé. Experience the peace of this special service of music and prayer. Everyone welcome.

Thursday Service
10:30 am:
 A quiet contemplative mid week communion service, using the traditional form which Anglicans have used for over 500 years. This celebration of communion lasts about forty minutes, and includes a short sermon. Join us every Thursday for a mid week spiritual boost to help you with the day to day cares of life.