Sunday Services

    We have two regular services on Sundays each with its own style and flavour.

    Morning Service

    9.30 am – 11.00 am. This service has a relaxed, family feel offering groups for children and young people as an age-specific alternative to staying in for the sermon. If you are a family joining us for the first time we would recommend arriving at about 9.15 to make sure you can all sit together. On the Second Sunday of the month there is an All Age Service. For more details, click here.

    Evening Service

    5.00 pm – 6.15 pm. This service tends to be more traditional, quiet and reflective, and there’s no separate provision for children. For more details, click here.

    As well as the regular morning and evening services, there’s…


    7.00 pm – 8.30 pm on the second Sunday of every month. This service provides an open and informal time of engaging with God – there’s usually an extended time of sung worship followed by a short talk or series of testimonies intended to offer encouragements and insights into our lives with God.

    After each service, morning and evening, people tend to stick around to enjoy hot/cold drinks, biscuits and sometimes bakes. It’s a great place to chat and catch up with others.

    We’re used to people coming to St Luke’s for a variety of reasons: as visitors; as people simply wanting to re-connect with God; and as people who just want to find out a little bit more about what church looks like and what people do at church.

    Whatever your reason for coming, you’re very welcome. Come and see.

    Holy Communion

    Each week one of our two Sunday services is a service of Holy Communion, when we share bread and wine together.

    1st Sunday of the month    –  morning service
    2nd Sunday of the month  –  evening service
    3rd Sunday of the month   –  morning service
    4th Sunday of the month   –  evening service

    Communion is a remembrance and celebration of those pivotal moments in history when Jesus died on the cross and rose from the dead.

    We celebrate it because by Jesus’ death and resurrection, two things happened:

    1. The door was opened for us to enter into a right relationship with God;
    2. Through a right relationship with God we can enjoy life in abundance now and life in all its fullness in the future.