Here at St Luke’s Church, we are proud to say that we are home to many different community inititives.
Press On Ironing Service
Every Monday and Wednesday, several ironers collaborate to provide an ironing service to the community. Ironing is collected from 07h00 and weighed at the Church Hall. Customers are charged R20 per kg. You will be informed when to come and collect your iron once you have dropped it off.
is a fellowship group for people who want to do something about their drinking problem. 20 to 25 people meet at the Lighthouse Hall every Tuesday throughout the year, including December.
is a self-help programme and support group for family and friends of people with drug, alcohol or substance abuse problems and other forms of unacceptable behaviour. They meet at the Parish Centre every Tuesday at 19h00 to share information and the resources available to help solve these problems.
offers a program of recovery from compulsive eating, anorexia and bulimia. Meetings and other tools provide a fellowship of experience, strength and hope where members respect one another’s anonymity. 12 to18 people meet at the Crawford Centre every Tuesday at 19h30.
Narcotics Anonymous (NA)
Meetings at St. Luke’s on Monday evenings @ 18h30. Narcotics Anonymous (NA) is a non-profit fellowship of men and women for whom drugs had become a major problem. We are recovering addicts who meet regularly to help each other stay clean.
Silver Fit exercise and wellness
Silver Fit is an exercise and wellness program specifically designed to keep older adults mobile, independent and strong. Older adults are challenged through gentle exercise, in a safe and suitable group class format that is progressed and varied as needed for each individual. Silver Fit is a well-researched exercise program that has been specifically designed to address the needs of people 60 years and older.
The classes are fun and social and we encourage people to work at their own pace and ability. Silver Fit is helping a generation defy the odds, shatter stereotypes and live out the golden years actively.
Their classes will start at the end of April in the mornings on Mondays and Fridays in the Lighthouse Hall. Please call the office for info.
Bailey Snyman – Recipient of the Standard Bank Young Artists award for dance and Mail and Guardian Top 200 Young South Africans – is an award winning dancer and choreographer and co-founder of Matchbox Theatre Collective.
Bailey has taught movement, contemporary dance and physical theatre at leading schools and universities in South Africa and has performed internationally in more than 15 countries.
Bailey will be offering Contemporary Dance classes every Monday and Wednesday 18h30 – 19h45 and Horton Technique every Saturday 08h30 – 09h45.
Classes are aimed at dancers with some experience but beginners are always welcome.
Age 14 and older.
Bookings (limited space)
Mediation is a process where a trained facilitator (mediator) helps two people to settle their legal dispute in a manner that is acceptable to both people.
A trained mediator who is a member of St. Luke’s is offering her services as a mediator, free of charge.
If you are involved in a legal dispute with someone; if both of you want a win-win solution, and if you would both prefer not to fight it out in court, then mediation may be the right way forward for you.
The mediator does not give legal advice, and does not have the power to decide the outcome of the dispute. The mediator helps both people to think “outside of the box”, explore possible solutions and settle their dispute out of court.
Everything said during the mediation remains confidential and may not be repeated in court proceedings.
If you would like to know more, kindly contact the Church Office 011-728-7015