A word of encouragement for today:

The Lord is my light and my salvation—
so why should I be afraid?
The Lord is my fortress, protecting me from danger,
so why should I tremble?

Psalm 27:1 (NLT)

welcome to  St Luke’s!

We have started meeting together again on Sundays, but there are still restrictions (50 people and we meet in the Hall). Please phone the Church office to book your seat. We will continue to broadcast our ‘Church Unusual’ for those unable to attend,  so please keep an eye on our online connections.
Facebook, updated regularly, and YouTube updated every Sunday, and short uploads every now and then.

May God bless you and keep you in His care.

Covid Letter #20
7 November 2020

Dear brothers and sisters

What a strange world we live in!  And not just the uprooting of what was “normal” by Covid.  Rather, watching the slow progress of the American Presidential Election.   It seems more and more like the Covid Lockdown: something we hoped would be over quickly but will apparently drag on and on and on.  And then drag on in the courts!  While this is happening on the other side of the world, the results will affect everyone.  Indeed, that effect is already evident.    Read more

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Our Covid Response

The aim of the St Luke’s Covid-9 Response Programme is to coordinate efforts to identify and address critical needs in our local community.  To be open to hearing the call from those in need, to be sensitive to the other.  Community assistance can be provided very effectively by ensuring that the numerous ministries that operate from St Luke’s are enabled to do so in a safe manner for all in any stages of the Lockdown, while being supported with appropriate and well-managed resources. Click here for the letter sent to the Parish.

Please click here to read Archbishop Thabo’s Pentecost letter.

For Bishop Steve’s latest Pastoral letter about Spring as we celebrate Seasons of Creation, and other matters, please click here