Welcome to
St Luke's

Living God's love
We are a contemporary, caring, diverse and Christ centred church, drawn together by our desire to know and follow Jesus. We seek to provide a safe place where all people can find faith, friendship, support and direction, and where we can be inspired to be a blessing in our families, neighbourhoods and networks.


Join us on Sunday at 10am


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Church News

A weekly email is sent out with all the latest news. Key announcements are displayed below. If you wish to be added to the email distribution list, please get in touch with the church office using the contact form (scroll down or click ‘contact’ in the main menu).

Not So Strictly St Luke’s 

We will meet again on Sunday 21st April at 2.30 pm. It really doesn’t matter if you can’t dance or don’t have a partner. Just come along and join in with the fun.

St Luke’s Cyclists

On Saturday 1st June we will be cycling around the Isle of Wight. The route will be around 65 miles, and the pace will be easy, stopping for cakes, coffee, lunch and possibly ice-cream, and even (we did last year) a swim in the sea! If you enjoy cycling and can spare the day, come and join us! Please contact Roger Spink for more details.

Hedge End Food Bank

The following non-perishable items are urgently needed: cereal, coffee, crisps, hot chocolate, pasta sauce, squash, tea, tinned meat, tinned meat meals e.g. stew/hot dogs etc, and toilet rolls and UHT milk. The food bank is running low on crackers, soup, tinned carrots, tinned creamed rice and tinned potatoes. All donations of these or any other non-perishable items will be gratefully received, and they may be placed in the box underneath the stairs in the entrance area of the church. Thank you.

Annual Meeting

Our annual meetings will be held during the service on Sunday 12th May. During this time, we will elect Churchwardens. We also have two vacancies on PCC for Lay Representatives (three-year term) and one vacancy for a Deanery Synod Representative (two-year term). Nomination forms will be available from 28th April and must be completed and received in the Church Office by 10th May at the latest. If you are interested in serving as a PCC Lay Representative or a Deanery Synod Representative, please speak to Ben in the first instance. Thank you.

St Luke’s 30th Anniversary

As the anniversary in October approaches, a small booklet is being produced to commemorate 30 years of the time of the church, and we want your memories! There will be a brief history of the founding of the church but most important is the sharing of memories, the part the church has played in people’s lives and what it has meant to people. Could you write a small piece to share your memories of St Luke’s with others? This could be brief or detailed, and could include your memories of church events, outings, weekends away, socials, life events such as baptisms and weddings, or other occasions. It could also be about how St Luke’s has encouraged your faith and been a key part of your life. It could indeed be about where we are now and hopes for the future. We would love to hear from everyone, including those who were here at the beginning and those who have joined more recently – please be assured that all memories are valuable and will be respected. We would also love to be able to share photos of church life past and present. If you have anything you’d like to share, please speak to Janet or Ben.

Projects & Partnerships


Stewarding God’s creation


Promoting ethical trading


Local food donations


Fighting global poverty 


National climate action


Supporting local children

The Team

Please find the members of St Luke’s team below.
If you need to get in touch with the team, please use the contact form.


Ben Jones


Clive Beard


Rosie Adams

Pastoral Care Team

Martin Phillips

Licensed Lay Minister Ministry Leadership Team
Mission & Outreach

Jeanette Harrison

Parish Administrator

Maddie Thorp

Youth Ministry Coordinator

Janet Compton

Safeguarding Officer Eco Church

Sue Phillips

Pastoral Care TeamChildren & Youth

Brenda Whitby

Assistant Churchwarden

Jon Diaper

Assistant Churchwarden

Sonya McCall

Assistant Churchwarden

David Tyser

Assistant Churchwarden

Sam Mathew

Health and Safety Officer

David Cuthbert

Deanery Synod

Mandy Dean

Deanery Synod

Gary Holcombe

Deanery Synod

Alastair Dobson


Emma Blamey

Children & Youth
Eco Church


Rose Spink

Children & Youth

Anne Duffin


Nibu Thomas


Jacob Blamey

Senior Leadership Team
Communications & Publicity
Eco Church

Contact us

Want to get in touch? We would be happy to hear from you.

Please submit an enquiry using the form below or phone us on: 01489 781448

About us

We are a contemporary, caring, diverse and Christ centred church, drawn together by our desire to know and follow Jesus. We seek to provide a safe place where all people can find faith, friendship, support and direction, and where we can be inspired to be a blessing in our families, neighbourhoods and networks.

We believe the role of a church is threefold: to worship God, to build community and to equip people to live Kingdom lives which point others towards God. In shorthand, we might describe this as ‘up, in and out’.

Firstly, we are built to worship God. In the words of the Westminster Shorter Catechism, our ‘chief end is to glorify God and enjoy Him forever’. (Up) At St. Luke’s, we enjoy worshipping God! Our services are fun, engaging and relevant. Our musical style is predominantly contemporary, with band-led worship, and our preaching style is informal, seeking to explore what the bible says and to interpret and apply it within our 21st century context.

Secondly, we are built to live in community. As 1 Corinthians 12 puts it, we are one body with many parts, and it’s only as we engage with, value and nurture one another that we can truly achieve our potential. (In) We have a variety of small groups, services and events which seek to build our community. Our home, youth and children’s groups aim to deepen discipleship in a safe environment, and our social groups (walking, table-tennis, dancing, book group etc) enable us to get to know one another, encourage one another and have fun with one another whilst doing things we love.

Thirdly, we are called to be those who follow Jesus, seeking to live as he lived: serving the needy, including the outsider, standing up to oppression, speaking out against injustice, loving our neighbour and, by words and action, pointing people towards God. (Out) At St. Luke’s, we believe that we are just as much ‘church’ when we are dispersed as when we are gathered. We seek to encourage all our members to live lives which bless others and point to God. We also run outward-looking events, such as our youth café, coffee drop-in and toddler group, and are involved with other charities and organisations, such as foodbank, Eco Church, Fledge, Simon Says and Christian Aid.

Our Values

Following in Jesus’ footsteps, we value:
God is love. We celebrate and welcome every person.
We are called to holiness and discipleship in the power of God’s Spirit.
Good News
We seek to live this out: having fun together, serving our community and loving our world.


St Luke’s church is located in Hedge End, Hampshire. Use the link below to find us on a map.



St Luke’s is a beautiful, modern church situated in Grange Park, in the Parish of Hedge End, in the Deanery of Eastleigh, in the Winchester Diocese, UK.


Venue hire

St Luke’s has several newly renovated rooms for hire in addition to the worship area. The rooms are modern and versatile: ideal spaces for weekly or monthly meetings and functions. 


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St Luke’s is committed to the safeguarding, care and nurture of everyone in our church community.


Janet Compton is St Luke’s designated Safeguarding Officer. If you have a concern, contact her by email safeguarding@stlukeshedgeend.co.uk, by phone on 07954 553370, or use the website contact form and choose “safeguarding” as the subject matter. 

Contact Form

Read our church policy statement below.

Safeguarding Policy Statement


Winchester Diocese has a dedicated safeguarding section on their website which can be accessed using the link below. You can contact the Diocesan Safeguarding Manager by phone on 01962 737317 or email safeguarding@winchester.anglican.org

Winchester Diocese Safeguarding Website

Data Privacy

St Luke’s complies with GDPR data privacy obligations.

If you wish to get in touch with our Data Protection Officer, please scroll up and use the website contact form and choose “Data Protection” as the subject matter. Otherwise, for more information, please view our data privacy notice below.

St Luke’s Data Privacy Notice