We're a Church of England parish church – but that doesn’t tell the full story. St Luke's is a place where everyone can be themselves, however they might describe their faith (or lack of it).
We're a community of people that's inclusive and accepting – regardless of ethnicity, gender, sexuality, background or belief.
During our interregnum (a posh way of saying ‘in-between vicars’), the life and work of St Luke’s will be led by volunteers from within the church community.
Our Sunday services at 11.00 continue as normal and there will be a 9.15am Sunday eucharist on the 2nd and 4th Sundays. Our Associate Vicar, Rev Martin Wroe, and other volunteer clergy will be available to help with marriages, baptisms and funerals. Further information from our church administrator.
We’re looking for a vicar
‘We’ are a small crowd of people in Holloway, north London and our vicar recently reached the CofE ‘retirement’ age.
‘Dave’, as we used to call him, has moved on to be not retired in other parishes, but everyone else is still here.
The Wardens and PCC of St Luke’s are working on some words that will describe what kind of community we think we are, what we could be getting up to in our north London parish and the kind of priest(s) who might like to work with us.
If you would like to be sent our parish profile and other attractive blurb once we’ve finalised it in October, please drop a note to Tina, our parish administrator. Tina will email you once we know what we’re doing.
(After that we’re working with the powers that be, to find someone who might see us for who we are.)
In the meantime you could take a look at this, which is one snapshot of our life together in north London.