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Sunday Services

Sunday Service is being live streamed on our YouTube 


The church is open for gathered worship and we are also live streaming our 10.30am Sunday morning service. 

Please visit our Worship page to view the live stream and listen to our recorded services.

Sunday early morning

1st & 4th Sunday in the month at 8.45am

We have a quieter, reflective service of Holy Communion (Common Worship)

Sunday morning

Every Sunday at 10.30am 

We have a contemporary service with the sung worship mostly led by a music group and singers, with the organ accompanying us occasionally. We begin our service gathered together and after 15-20 minutes the children and young people go to their age specific groups. Sometimes the service is an ‘All Together’ service, and is appropriate for all ages. On the third Sunday of a month we share bread and wine together. Our service is live streamed and you can listen to previous sermons here.

Sunday evening

On the third Sunday of the month at 7pm

We have an evening service of sung worship, prayer, ministry and conversation.  This is a very informal service in the St Peter's Room and there is space and time to meet with God and let Him minister to you through the Holy Spirit.  This service does not take place in July and August.

Mid-week Service

Wednesday at 10.30am

in the St Peter's Room. An hour long, informal service where we sing and explore a bible passage together, pray and share holy communion. Tea and coffee is served afterwards.


Bubbles is for children aged 2-6 and meets Sunday during the morning service. They praise God, learn about Him and have fun together.

Explore is for children aged 7-10 and meets Sunday mornings during the morning service. They learn about God in appropriate ways for their age with fun, exciting and challenging activities. We hope and pray they will come to know God for themselves and grow in faith. Occasionally they are involved in the morning service.

Thirst is for young people aged 12 years upwards and meets Sunday mornings during the morning service. Through reading the bible and discussions we try to encourage the young people to go deeper in their faith by thinking about how they live their lives and what relevance their faith has in their lives.  Thirst also meets for social events at varied times and places throughout the year. Youth Leaders will pass on more details when they are happening.

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Easter 2022


Maundy Thursday 14th April 8pm

Holy Communion with foot washing.

Good Friday 15th All age service at 10.30am

On Easter Day 17th we celebrate 'Christ is Risen' Live Streamed and All Age congregation in church 10.30am with Holy Communion.  



We celebrate Harvest Festival on the first Sunday in October, always giving to a charity that works with those overseas who are less fortunate than ourselves.  In recent years we have supported projects run by International Needs.

Christmas 2021

Sunday 19th December

Carols by Candlelight - 6.30pm

Friday 24th December
Christingle Services- 3.30pm  & 5pm


Midnight Communion 11.15pm

Saturday 25th December
Christmas Day Celebration Service with Holy Communion at 10.00am

Sunday 26th December NO Service


Congratulations if you are reading this section as you are thinking about getting married. It is a joy and pleasure to be involved with you and support you on this special day.


Please contact us to talk about your wedding day. If you are enquiring about your banns being read because you are getting married at another church, please contact There are costs for church weddings and banns being read.


We are delighted to baptise children and adults into church. Baptism is the public declaration of faith in God, made by the person coming for baptism or parents if the child is too young to profess a faith for themselves.


If you are interested in baptism, please contact us. Baptisms take place during our main Sunday service and can also be by full immersion.


At the sad and changing season of losing a loved one, God can be a comfort and give peace if we allow Him. If you would like a church service to give thanks for and celebrate the life of one who has died, we would be honoured to do this and journey with you at this sad time and we can also do a memorial service.


Please contact us for guidance and assistance. There are costs for church funerals.


At St Luke's Church we believe that the children and young people have a part to play in the body of Christ. We run specific age groups which teaches, models and encourages them to become Children of God, whatever age.


Our vision is to teach them about the incredible love of God and the fun and adventure involved in following Jesus.