Music at St. Luke
On Wednesdays St. Luke offers a weekly sung Compline service at 8:30 p.m. This short service will include a musical reflection that varies weekly. We are striving to offer a few moments where people from any faith tradition or none can tap into a beautiful time of calm connection with centuries of tradition. Though offered on the zoom platform attendees are not asked to share their video (though they can) or voice. The responses and hymn will be provided on the screen so that you may sing or speak them if you wish, or you may simply listen. It is also available at the St. Luke Lutheran Church Facebook page.
Current conditions require leadership by solo voices only, but we hope when possible to expand this into a choral service. The simple framework of the order for night prayer is fertile ground for future elaborations. We are also beginning before our webcast system is in place, so the look and sound will be more basic to begin than will eventually be the case. We welcome you any Wednesday at 8:30 p.m.
The link is below and will also remain on the main page at www.stlukeithaca.org.
"Inside the Juget-Sinclair"
A video exploring the inner workings of the French Romantic Organ
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Eric Plutz, organ
Our current plan is Friday, February 26, 2021 at 7:30 p.m.!
Princeton University organist Eric Plutz will present the second and fifth organ symphonies of Louis Vierne in recognition of the 150th anniversary of Vierne's birth in 1870. Part of his Vierne Project.
In memory of Jean Storandt
All events are free, no tickets required
At concerts, free will offering to benefit Music at St. Luke