The Episcopal Diocese of Connecticut

Friends and Family Service at St. Luke's New Haven

St. Luke's Episcopal Church, New Haven
St. Luke's Church, 111 Whalley Street, New Haven CT

March 17, 2019 at 10:00 AM,  Friends and Family Service at St. Luke’s in New Haven (111 Whalley Street, New Haven) Link here to register (for attendance planning purposes only)

As part of ECCT’s Season of Racial Healing, Justice and Reconciliation, the St. Luke’s congregation is inviting one and all to join them for their Friends and Family Day. This will be a Caribbean Mass and St. Luke’s award-winning Liturgical Steel Band will be playing music for the service.  Immediately following the service, all are invited to share in a time of fellowship in the Parish Hall.

Established on June 7, 1844, Saint Luke’s Episcopal Church of New Haven is the fourth oldest Black Episcopal Church in the United States.  Born of the righteous indignation of its founding members over continuing acts of racial discrimination meted out by the White vestry of Trinity Episcopal Church on the Green in New Haven, Saint Luke’s boasts a proud heritage.