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The Church Diary that normally appears here has been suspended until the Coronavirus Emergency is over.

Wednesday Lunch Time Recitals  Suspended at moment

“Food for Thought” Talks  2020/21

In the winter months, St Luke’s MOG Committee organises a series of “Food for Thought” talks which try to do what it says on the label – provide the audience with something to think about. The 2020/21 series  comprises the following Friday evening events which will be presented using Zoom. Click here for detailed information and click on each talk for individual posters and details. 
6 Nov 2020  –  Challenges faced by our youngBy Andy Watson
8 Jan 2021    –   Climate Change: Global Crisis to local solutions (Detail)                                                                            By Dr Mark Johnson
5 Feb 2021 –  Today’s LBGTQ  Challenge (Detail) –   By Dr Lori Beth Bisbey
5 March 2021 –  Liberation or revolution theology (Detail)–   By Garth Hewitt
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Recent Activities

Here is a how the church was decorated for the Harvest Festival Service on Sunday 4th October 2020 – with thanks to Ellen Jenkinson of  Papa Youth who took the photographs.

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Past Activities

Here is how the Altar appeared during the period from Christmas until Candlemass with the scene, created in the body of the altar, gradually gathering more visitors to the manger.
Here is a how the church was decorated for Remembrance Day 2019

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Here is a beautiful view of candles lit at St Luke’s All Souls Service on 3rd November 2019.
Here is a video of the 2019 Harvest Flower displays around the church.
Fun had at BBQ on Sunday 7th July 2019

This was a very well attended event with tasty BBQ’d bangers and burgers (Thank you Russell, Anne and Oliver! Ed) who were ably supported by a bevy of volunteers who had prepared an array of salads and beverages to accompany the BBQ fare (Many more thanks to Janet  and Tim and all their team members…and of course the plate and glass clearer- awayers and washer-uppers! Ed)

Here are a few photos to record this joyous event….

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