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.

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

For more information, please do contact us on 01428 606703 or visit the church office adjacent to the church, open Monday to Friday between 11 am and 1 pm.

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Holiday Club Challenge – food for Africa’

Holiday Club Challenge – food for Africa’ The Holiday Club Challenge is to see if you can raise some money for food for families in East Africa on your own and with your family. Save all the money in a jar and see how much you have raised by the time you go back to school. Every little will help much more than you can imagine. Following on from our holiday club theme of loving our neighbour and finding out that meant everyone in the world is our neighbour, we now have a follow-on Holiday club challenge – the practical part of the teaching. This Challenge is to raise some money for food for a group of families in E Africa struggling because of the drought. Pastor Daniel Gitau (who Rev Jeremy knows) has been feeding about 170 people through his church for the last 8 weeks,.... it costs £600 to feed that number of people for 3 weeks. Children could offer to help with some household jobs like washing up, tidying up even washing the car in return for a (agreed) donation to the jar Ask family members/family friends to sponsor a family walk of 3- 5 miles (age dependent) or bike ride, Giving up an ice cream or sweets and putting the money in a jar Perhaps finding something a parent could sell on ebay, or? When you have finished the challenge, please pay in the money to St Lukes and make sure it is marked for ‘Holiday Club Challenge – food for Africa’ Every little will help much more than you can imagine.

LIMITED OPENING AT LAST

We are happy to be opening our doors for individual prayer as permitted by the regulations. Safeguards are in place to limit the possible spread of Covid-19 Including restrictions on where you might sit in church and keeping a safe distance from other people. If visiting the church, please observe these measures. The church is cleaned daily. Gatherings and church services are still restricted at the present time but there is a short morning service at 10.30 each Sunday morning. Apart from this the church is open daily between 11am and 1pm. On all occasions visitors and congregations must wear face coverings. To those of us for whom St. Luke's Church is a lovely centre of worship we feel that this is a step in the right direction.

Latest weekly letter from our vicar

Click here to read this weeks news from Jeremy

Grayshott Today

The magazine is now back and being printed and distributed as normal. An electronic version can be read by clicking this heading and follow the link.

APCM

While the the period for holding an annual meeting of parishioners (APCM) has been extended to 31 October, the reports for the year have been collated into the attached booklet.

Holiday Club

This year it all happend VIRTUALLY. 5 days of stories, crafts, singing & prayers. Click on this heading to see more details.

Services Online

Click here for this weeks service and other online activity including Bible Stories for children

Giving & Donations

During the Covid-19 lockdown St Luke’s Church recognises that there will be many who cannot cope financially for various reasons. These people are in a very difficult position and may need our help. Maybe you would like to make a financial contribution to this ore on of the other St Luke's funds. Please click for more details

Susie’s Bible Stories

Susie's Bible story and prayer for primary school aged children (open the Book style) is now available by clicking this heading