Welcome to St Luke's

St. Luke’s stands at the heart of the village, seeking to grow in Love and to celebrate Good News in the whole community.

There are over 50 midweek activities to choose from including Home groups, bell ringing, cycling, and support for carers.

Our Sunday Services value both traditional and contemporary styles. Children and young people are most welcome at the 10.30am services, where there are age appropriate activities for them, with children's groups during the adult teaching.

The more Traditional Services are at 8.30am, and 6.00pm, more details of which are on our 'Services' page. 

For more information, please do contact us, or visit the church office (01428 606703) situated adjacent to the church and is open Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday between 11 am and 1 pm.

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ANNUAL CHURCH MEETING

Our Annual Church Meeting is on April 30th, following the early service. There will be vacancies on the PCC, and we urgently need to pray for the right person to replace Roy as Churchwarden (he has done his maximum allowed term) and to be PCC Secretary.

Sidesmen/Sideswomen Wanted

We still need Sidesmen/Sideswomen for 8.30am and 6.00pm Services The main duties are: ♦ Welcoming people ♦ Giving out Pew Sheet; ♦ Counting numbers of arrivals. We would need you to arrive half-an-hour before the start of the service, and be able to stay a short time after the service to count the collection and ensure pew books are back in place. Will you join our team? The church office will be pleased to hear from you.

Advance Notices of a special Invitational Service.

We are greatly looking forward to the visit of Canon James Woodward for Evensong on March 19th. James is an expert on the spirituality of aging and dying, and is currently writing a book about God and dementia. Most people have someone amongst family or friends with dementia, so this is an excellent opportunity to invite people to hear a great pastor talk about a grave problem.

Moray to retire in Feb 2018

Morays announcement can be read by clicking here

Alan Hulme visits Grayshott again

Revd Alan Hulme, who came to lead our day on “Being Prepared” last October, will be visiting on May 21 at 1030am. Those who heard him will know what an entertaining and insightful speaker he is, and his aim will be to bring people into personal connection with Jesus.

Foundation of Faith

Foundations for Faith (FFF) is a 6 week course hoping to enable people actively to see God in their lives. No question is silly or too big to tackle as we want to meet you where you're at. The evening will start with a light supper and will be finished around 9pm. Please let Jeremy, Moray or Gideon know if you would like to attend. Time 7:30pm. each Monday till 20th Feb Place Lydia/Dorcas Room upstairs in the church rooms.
Calendar of Events

Holy Communion (BCP)

Thursday 23rd February, 2017
11:00 am - 11:45 am


9.00am Choral Mattins (BCP)

Sunday 26th February, 2017
9:00 am - 10:00 am


10.30am Holy Communion with Contemporary Music

Sunday 26th February, 2017
10:30 am - 12:05 pm


6pm Holy Communion with Hymns

Sunday 26th February, 2017
6:00 pm - 7:00 pm


Holy Communion (BCP)

Thursday 2nd March, 2017
11:00 am - 11:45 am


8.30am Holy Communion (CW)

Sunday 5th March, 2017
8:30 am - 9:15 am


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