St. Luke’s seeks to build God’s Kingdom by helping believers to develop a covenant relationship with God – Father, Son and Holy Spirit – that will enrich our daily lives and equip us for service to others.
- The faith of Anglicans is founded on the Scriptures and Christian tradition.
- The Eucharist is central to Anglican worship.
- Anglicanism encourages a vibrant Christian living relationship with the Father, Jesus Christ and the Holy Spirit through prayer and worship and Christian ministry.
- Worship began in 1906 in the Norwood School Hall.
- St Luke’s Church, designed by architect Sir Herbert Baker, completed in 1907.
- The church was extended in the 1920’s to accommodate the organ.
- One of the parishioners made the pews in 1946.
- The Hall was built in 1951.
- The tower, gallery and vestries were added in 1956.
- Over the years, the Church has acquired various properties in the area. The Rectory was developed into the Parish Centre in 1988,
- the Robin Crawford Centre and Library was built in 1999,
- and in 2007 the Lighthouse Hall was developed to accommodate our youth and provide additional space for our many activities.