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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Parish Breakfast

Every month, on the first Sunday, St. Luke’s Church have breakfast together in Timothy Room. It is a time when both Traditional & Contemporary worshippers can mingle. Because of its timing - between the end of the 8.30 service & the start of the 10.30 - our most frequent ‘clients’ are the from the 8.30 service. We would love to encourage others to join us (from the 10.30 service or non-church-goers) so that it is a more inclusive occasion. We charge only £2.00 per person for cereal, ‘something cooked’, plus homemade rolls with butter & marmalade. Endless servings of tea & coffee will ensure you leave us on a high note!!! The next breakfast, on 6th May, will be run by Daniel & our Youth Groups. They will be raising funds for Soul Survivor, a holiday camp in August. They will have all the takings & any extra donations, and will also be selling cakes. Please do try to join us at 9.30 - you will be warmly welcomed. Chris - 01428 712353 Helene - 01428 605819

Giving Cards

Thanks to some extraordinarily generous giving, the forecast budget deficit for the year of around £50,000 has shrunk to a very small figure, and by God’s grace we may end up breaking even. However (of course!) what is given this year does not wipe out the forecast deficit for next year. Please read the pew cards and respond in whatever way you can. Comments on the cards should be emailed to Moray.

APCM Notice - 22nd April

We need to appoint 3 new PCC members, and one new Church Warden (Geoff Kerr is stepping down). Nomination forms will be available at the back of Church. Please pray for the appointments, and consider if you could serve the church in this way. If you are not on the Electoral Roll you will need to be on it, to be able to vote at the APCM. (See Jan and Les Griffin)

Plans for the Autumn

Our theme for the next few months will be “Growing Faith”. There will be 4 courses on offer, as well as the opportunity for home groups to try out some of the courses. More details by clicking this "heading"
Calendar of Events

9.00am Choral Mattins (BCP)

Sunday 22nd April, 2018
9:00 am - 10:00 am


10.00 am APCM

Sunday 22nd April, 2018
10:00 am - 10:30 am


6pm Choral Communion - BCP

Sunday 22nd April, 2018
6:00 pm - 7:00 pm


Holy Communion (BCP)

Thursday 26th April, 2018
11:00 am - 11:45 am


8.30am Holy Communion (BCP)

Sunday 29th April, 2018
8:30 am - 9:15 am


10.30am Holy Communion with Contemporary Music

Sunday 29th April, 2018
10:30 am - 11:30 am


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