Remembrance Sunday – don’t be late!

This Sunday, 13 November, is Remembrance Sunday, when we’ll remember and honour all those who have sacrificed themselves to secure and protect our freedom. For this reason, our service this Sunday will start at 10.45am, rather than the usual time. We need to begin promptly so we’re ready to join with others around the country […]

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A Welcome For All Newcomers

St Luke’s is a growing church, with new faces arriving every week, and although we endeavour to be friendly and welcoming, it can be easy for newcomers to get lost in the crowd.  So on Friday 11 November at 8pm, we’re hosting a special welcome evening for those who are relatively new to St Luke’s […]

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Remembering those we’ve loved and lost

Many people find their way to St Luke’s through the saddest of circumstances – planning a funeral for a loved one. Others have found comfort in the love and support of people at St Luke’s during the dark time after losing a friend or family member. As a church, we often include opportunities during regular […]

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Don’t miss the Speakeasy

Here at St Luke’s, we love a party. We’re also blessed with some amazingly talented people in our congregation, from singers and musicians, to actors and comedy writers. Our annual Speakeasy is an opportunity to be entertained by the best of the church’s talent – and enjoy a great social evening and a singalong, too. […]

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A warm welcome to all students

As the new academic year starts, St Luke’s is waving off several of our young people to university for the first time (we’re proud of you all and we’ll miss you – come back and visit soon!). Meanwhile, we’d like to extend a warm welcome to any students in London. Perhaps you’re away from home […]

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Festival time!

If you happen to visit St Luke’s over the August bank holiday weekend, you’d be forgiven for thinking the congregation is on the sparse side. That’s because a lot of St Lukers will be decamping to Northamptonshire for the weekend for the Greenbelt festival. If you haven’t heard of Greenbelt, it’s a fantastic faith, arts […]

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