Latest Sermons

Below are links to some recent sermons preached at St Luke’s.

What does it mean to be Church?

Mark Fraser led our first worship service back in the St Luke’s building! A recording of the sermon can be found here

Reflections from Holy Week

During Holy Week this year, we published a number of reflections which you can access below:

  • A special family reflection for Holy week is now available on the St Luke’s Gamston Facebook page
  • A special reflection for Maundy Thursday, led by Ade Perham, is now available to view here
  • Our Families Minister Sarah Sharpe led a live stream ‘create-along’ aimed at all ages and themed around the Easter Garden. You can see a recording of this on the St Luke’s Gamston Facebook page.
  • A Good Friday Meditation with scripture, images and music, led by Roger Johnson, is now available here

Daily Reflections

Here are all of the daily reflections which have been posted:

Thursday 4th June – led by Chris Blainey

Tuesday 2nd June – led by Brian Swindell

Tuesday 19th May – led by Rachel Jessop

Thursday 14th May – led by Revd Dud Meese

Tuesday 12th May – led by Jackie Tivers

Tuesday 5th May – led by John Mansfield

Thursday 30th April – led by Brian Swindell

Tuesday 28th April – led by Sarah Hewitt

Thursday 23rd April – led by Revd Dud Meese

Tuesday 21st April – led by Rachel Jessop

Thursday 16th April – led by Jacky Tivers

Tuesday 14th April – led by Stewart Vandermark

Thursday 9th April – led by Ade Perham

Tuesday 7th April – led by Ade Perham

Thursday 2nd April – led by Jonathan and Kristine Mole

Tuesday 31st March – led by Jonathan and Kristine Mole

Thursday 26th March – led by Jonathan and Kristine Mole

Tuesday 24th March – led by Jonathan and Kristine Mole

Daily Reflection – Tuesday 14th April

Led by Stewart Vandermark – click here to listen

Stewart references a song called ‘Precious in Your Eyes’ by Andy Piercy and Dave Clifton – you can listen to this here

‘Virtual’ Morning Worship

Mark Fraser led our worship this morning via Facebook Live! A recording of the service can be found here

At the end of the service, Mark played a song called ‘New Day’, written by Kristine Mole and performed by the Mole family. A recording of the song can be found here. It feels like a really timely message of hope for us at the moment, and a copy of the lyrics are included below.


Day calls to day of your goodness and mercies,
Dawn follows night
as the dark has to flee,
Your steadfast grace
is renewed every morning
As day follows day
so your love follows me.
And I trust in you
I face this day with you,
I put my hope in you.
Lord of time you are in every minute
Nothing’s outside your love and your spirit
Trust in you
New day, new hope,
new dawn, new grace
Choose to trust
Choose to hope
Choose to love

Choose to pray

Worship – Interdependence

Ade Perham – Click here to listen

Ade references a Powerpoint during his talk which you can find here

Worship – Holiness

Jonathan Mole – Click here to listen