St Luke's Services
St Luke’s is opening for limited services at 10am each Sunday from 18th April!
In line with Government and Diocesan advice, we are able to open our premises for worship. People will be asked to wear face masks and to sit (with others from their household if any) in the worship area, keeping socially distant from others at all times. You’ll be asked to sanitise your hands with spray when you arrive and leave. Stewards will be on hand to help. After the service, people will be asked to leave the Church safely, rather than stay around inside to chat. Arrivals and departures will need to be staggered to avoid a crush at the entrance. Please could you resist the temptation to congregate and chat after the service, and return home
Places must be booked in advance – please ring Churchwarden Joan Russon 230 8679
We look forward to welcoming you when you are able to attend!
We are a partnership of Christians from the Anglican, Baptist, Methodist and United Reformed traditions, united in our desire to serve the community of Lodge Moor so that all those who live here may know that God loves them.
St Luke’s Church is committed to high standards in the safeguarding and care of children, young people and vulnerable adults. For more information click here.
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Most of the church’s expenses and charitable giving continue during the
lockdown, but Sunday collections and other income are on hold.
If you are a member of the congregation and wish to donate online,
please use the button to link to our ‘Just Giving’ page.
St Luke’s Online Sunday Morning Service
Each sunday our online services are available from 9.30am. St Luke’s Connect’s mission is to connect with God and each other through an inclusive and welcoming online community that is enthusiastic, relevant and challenging.
We aim to worship, pray and learn in a way that builds up, inspires and speakls into everyday life. Our Google Site service follows a format of expository bible teaching with readings, music and prayers, looking at our world from a Christian perspective and asking how we should repond.
Both services are open to everyone whether you are just looking or whether you’ve been a part of the church for many years. They are available any time after 9.30am from the St. Luke’s YouTube channel here or search for us on YouTube. You can ‘catch up’ with previous services, and our livestream there too.
Or you can jump straight to the week’s Google site service here