St Luke's Church Services have resumed

Now Government restrictions are easing we’re going to take a slow, measured and safe return to church services. We can now meet each Sunday at 9am, and each Wednesday at 10am.

For the time being there will be no congregational singing, no shaking hands or physical greetings, single use paper liturgy to be taken home with you, and a retiring collection but we now have communion and morning tea, taking every precaution to keep you safe. We hope to still have taped versions of the services available online. Those who can attend will be asked to provide contact details and practice safe hygiene and physical distancing.

As of 5 August, 2020, St Luke's Church has started using face masks at services on the advice of our Archbishop so please remember to BYO mask on Wednesdays and Sundays, or we can provide one at the door.

Thank you to everyone who is staying in touch. Please let us know if you need any help: ph 9744 7360.

Do keep each other in prayer too. We give thanks and pray for our leaders, health workers and scientists. And we ask the Lord to make each of us a blessing to others in these times.

Ken Fenton [Rector]

Connecting with St Luke's

You can find the latest news, updates and other resources such as St Luke's newsletter 'Connecting' on the News and Events webpage. There are also video messages from Ken on our Facebook page. You can watch our Wednesday and Sunday sermons and other videos on our YouTube channel. We invite you to join our friendly community!

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Position Available

Our church is seeking a woman to work [paid], one day per week, with parents and children, in the context of our playgroup and church. This outreach position will commence from the end of January. Please see here for details: