Welcome to St Lukes
Letter from Chris
“And this is God’s command: to believe in the name of his Son, Jesus Christ,
and to love one another as he commanded us.” 1 John 3:23
I don’t do twitter, but I like the idea of trying to distil what you wish to say into 140 characters. There is no room for waffle! How might we summarise John’s first letter in a few words. How about this? Jesus is God’s great light who came. Know His love and trust Him for eternal life. Now live in Him and love others as He has loved you. That is 137 characters according to my computer! How about reading through this wonderful letter yourself and let us have your summary?
Christmas Services at St. Luke’s
Sunday 21st December
9.00am Holy Communion BCP
10.30am Holy Communion CW
6.30pm Carols by Candlelight
3.30pm Nativity Service
11.15pm Midnight Communion
10.30am All Age Holy Communion
- Would you like to find out a bit more about Christianity,
- Do you have questions about issues of faith and the meaning of life,
- Are you somewhat confused or maybe are even confessed atheists!
Then this excellent seven week course is for you. It will be run in St Luke’s Church Rooms on Wednesday Evenings at 7.30pm starting 14th January 2015.
The course is relaxed and informal and will include a meal on the first evening and drinks and desserts other evenings. There will be a short DVD, a brief talk and time for discussion. You can say as much or as little as you like. Coming to the first evening does not commit you, and you can pull out at any time for any reason! And the course is free! To come simply email cmstraintiscalicouk (cmstraintiscalicouk)
Click here to view archive of our talks, or select one of our most recent talks from the list below.
Nothing is Impossible with God
(Luke 1:26-38) by Pete Naylor on Sunday December 21st.
Faith, Hope and Love
(1 Corinthians 13:1-end) by Chris Strain on Sunday November 30th.
Christ the King
(Ephesians 1:15-end) by Ruth Greig on Sunday November 23rd.
(Matthew 25:14-30) by Martin Holst on Sunday November 16th.
Weep, work, wait
(Amos 5:18-24) by Chris Strain on Sunday November 9th.