• Due to work on the Church floor, and Covid variant,
    There are NO in-person Services for the month of January.

    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 a number of activities, many of which are affected by the current Covid lockdown. 'Groups'

    Our Sunday Services value both traditional and contemporary styles. During this time of varying levels of lock-down, we are adapting our services accordingly. We have a mixture of on-line and in-person services available.

    Details of our current Services are on our 'Worship Services'.   To contact us please go to our Contacts section at the bottom of this page, or send a message on the 'message form'.

    If you would like to Donate to General Giving,  the Vicar's Relief Fund, or the Youth Fund, please go to our 'Donating' Page. If you have come here, and you need help financially, please fill the printable application form for the Vicar's Relief Fund Here, and return it to the Church office, or email to the Vicar's PA with details of your situation.



    January Church Closure

    Sadly, due to two main factors, the PCC has decided to close the church building for the month of January.

    New Variant Covid

    There is growing concern over the increased transmissibility of the New variant Covid Virus, which is spreading across the country.  This combines with:

    Floor repairs and resealing work - (Click Here for Pictures)

    We are having the Church's wood-block flooring repaired, and resealed, in two phases, North and South.  This requires clearing half the building, each phase. For the best results for the long term, allowing the finish to cure properly and undisturbed.  The Bishop has been informed of this decision to comply with Canon Law.

    We will review this decision at the end of January, and inform you as widely as possible.    

    Jeremy Haswell, Vicar


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    Our Youtube Channel

    All our church videos are published here.  You can catch up on Sunday services, Youth and children's videos.

    Grayshott Nativity Film

    The Christmas story brought up to date, and based in the village of Grayshott, with cooperation from our local businesses, narrated by Anna, written by Alice, directed by Belle, filmed and edited by Christopher.

    Nine Lessons and Carols

    All readings by members of the congregation, at home and in church, with music provided by the Church of England Website, based on the service from King's Cambridge, in traditional language.


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