Reimagining how we worship
“We will become ever more creative in how we express and live out our faith in the most challenging of circumstances.”
Rev Fiona Gibbs
In the current situation, with worship and activities suspended in the church building, we have found alternative ways to continue our worship using online tools and resources.
The latest service can be found here:
At St Luke’s, the services are put onto this website and also sent round each Sunday morning by email from the leader and preacher, who will have put together some words for a short service, including: a link to a worship song, a YouTube reflection video, and prayers.
Those not on our email list and unable to access this website have paper copies of the service posted through their door so they too can follow.
We would like to encourage you to take some time out around 10am on Sunday morning if possible, or another time if more appropriate, to join together online in worship and pray together.
If you would like to be added to the emailing list, please use the website contact form to get in touch with the church office.
An archive of previous online orders of service, links to YouTube videos, and other material can be found below.
We have a St Luke’s email address for prayer requests. Every evening during the week one of the Leadership Team or prayer team will be praying for the community, and the church’s response to this opportunity, to be the hands, feet and voice of Jesus as we walk this time together. If you have any prayer requests for yourself or others, please email them to:
The Church of England has a host of excellent online worshipping materials and resources, including videos, apps, spoken prayers and more. You can also watch live services through their website or via Facebook Live.