“Therefore welcome one another as Christ has welcomed you, for the glory of God.” Romans 15:7
“And thus you shall greet him: ‘Peace be to you, and peace be to your house, and peace be to all that you have.” 1 Samuel 25:6
Saint Luke’s is nominally and liturgically an Anglican church, but you need not be Anglican or even a Christian to come to Saint Luke’s Church Fontainebleau. If you are simply curious about Christ or Christianity, you are very welcome to come and respectfully attend a Sunday Service, observe what worshipping Christ looks like, and ask any questions you might have about the Christian faith.
All are Welcome at Holy Communion Services, too
Any Christian baptised to receive Holy Communion in their own church is welcome to receive the bread and blood of Christ during Holy Communion ceremonies at Saint Luke’s. Those not yet baptised or who otherwise don’t wish to receive the bread and blood of Christ are still welcome to come forward during Holy Communion to be blessed by the Chaplain. And of course, if you don’t wish to do either, there is absolutely no requirement or expectation that you participate at all. Some prefer to remain seated during Holy Communion and maybe pray or meditate on their own.