We are a vibrant and active church, holding a range of regular events throughout the year. We'd love to welcome you if we don't already know you.
What is the meaning of life? Is there a God who is there? What is he like? What’s all the fuss about Jesus? What about other religions?
Our Exploring Christianity course is aimed at those asking these or similar questions. Whether you’ve never set foot in a church before, or been going to church all your life, the course provides an excellent opportunity to look more closely at these issues.
We run one three-session course each term. They are intended to be a relaxed, unpressured and informative time. Please don’t be put off by committing to six sessions – come along to one, there’s no pressure to come back.
This will take place on 11th, 18th and 25th November at 8.00pm. Contact Alistair Tresidder for more information; firstname.lastname@example.org
Church Family Lunch
On the 17th October and 28th November we will hold a ‘bring and share’ lunch straight after the morning service at 10.30am. This is a great opportunity to get to know members of the church family better as we chat together and catch up over food.
The men of St Luke’s will meet on Saturday 16th October from 9.30-11am for Breakfast and a seminar style Bible talk with group discussion.
Each Summer a number of our church family go on a Summer Camp for a week. It’s a great chance to teach 11-18 year olds about Jesus and to help them learn how to live as Christians. Most of us go on either Woolhampton 1 or B3 @ Brymore.
This group seeks to gather young people in north London to be united in Jesus. We do this by looking at the Bible to see what it tells us about God, his world and us. We also sing, pray and play some bonkers games together. UNITE is run by local north London youth groups.
Womens' Book Group
Each term the women of St Luke’s read a Christian book and then meet together to discuss it. It’s a great chance to learn more about who God is, how his word applies to different areas of life and to encourage one another as we share thoughts and insights from the book.
Women’s Book Group is on 4th November at 7.30-9.00pm. Contact email@example.com for more details.
Each term we hold a Saturday morning Breakfast for ladies from 9.30-11am. This term we will be combining this with two teaching days; 18th September, 9.45am-4.00pm and 20th November (timings TBC).
We Breakfast for half an hour together and then look at what the Bible has to say about different aspects of life. Previous topics have included Identity, Busyness, Emotions, Friendship and Evangelism.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.