O Come, Let us worship!
“The Book of Common Prayer: a book so scriptural that it is full of scripture from one end to the other, and built altogether upon it”
– Bp John Medley
Book of Common Prayer (1962, Canada)
The Book of Common Prayer provides a rich diet for the Christian life. The worship we are privileged to offer Almighty God according to the Book of Common Prayer is altogether scriptural. In fact, fully two-thirds of the Book of Common Prayer consists of extracts from the Bible. Our Prayer Book's course of prayer and praise is scriptural both in form and content.
Worshipping the Lord in the Beauty of Holiness
Our dignified form of worship allows us to prayerfully enter into the presence of Almighty God. Together, turning towards altar and cross, our Lord's gracious sacrifice for our salvation is front-and-centre. In turn, love meets love: "And here we offer and present unto thee, O Lord, ourselves, our souls and bodies, to be a reasonable, holy, and living sacrifice unto thee." (BCP, p. 85).
The Pro-Cathedral of St. Luke is located at 99 North Oval, Hamilton, Ontario (meeting at the building of Westdale United Church). To confirm our worship days and times, please contact us.
Some Sundays at 12:30 p.m.
Other days (such as Good Friday)
Interested in joining us? Contact us:
Newcomers / first-time worshippers welcome!
Normally, communicants are confirmed (or ready and desirous to be confirmed). That said, baptized Christians who are communicants in their own churches are welcome to join us in holy Communion.
Mobility limitations? We have an elevator!
We respect self-care
Please feel free to take care of your needs before, during, and after worship (e.g., nutrition, hydration, use of the restroom).