Updates to the parish website will be suspended for approximately two weeks while the webmaster takes some time off.
Website maintenance will resume in early June.
Our website is very much a work-in-progress, so don’t be surprised if its appearance changes during the coming weeks. Some old features are being gradually restored, new ones are being added, and the organizational scheme is subject to revision.
The best way to find what you are looking for is to use the menu buttons found just under the church logo at the top of each page. These are hierarchically arranged; just hover your cursor over a button to display a list of subsidiary buttons, if any.
Several entirely new search and navigation aids may be found on the pages containing the website’s blog posts, found via the “News” menu button. In the sidebar on the right side of the page, you’ll see Facebook and Twitter icons. Clicking on these will take you directly to our Facebook page and Twitter profile page.
Using the keyword search box allows you to retrieve material posted anywhere on the website. Below it, you can click on links that will retrieve the five most recent blog postings, all postings made in a particular month, and all postings assigned to one of several broad categories.
And if you’d like to be notified by email whenever a new blog posting is made, just enter your email address in the subscription box at the bottom of the sidebar.
If you’re an active user of social media, it’s now easy to share our blog postings with your friends. Click on the title of any blog posting to display the posting in full. You’ll see a button at the bottom of the post labeled “Share.” You can use this button to share the contents of the post on at least nine different social networks.
Welcome to the new website of The Church of Saint Luke & The Epiphany.
Our old website, launched in 2008, served us well for many years. However, what was considered state-of-the-art in 2008 is now deemed obsolete, and our web hosting service ended support for our site on December 2. We’re working hard to build a new, more flexible website on a platform that will be easier to maintain and update.
Please bear with us, as during the early stages of this project, the new website will have relatively little content and few features.