making Christ known in the community of Holmes Chapel so that all can share in the joy of God's love

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Welcome to St. Luke's website 

 



Trinity - celebrating the unity of the Father, Son and Holy Spirit  - one God, three in one!
 

  

Our aim is to give visitors and our regular parishioners News of what is going on in our Church

If you have suggestions for items to be included, please contact the webmaster 


Latest....

June letter - here

Afternoon Tea in the Church  Hall on Sunday 10th May raised the magnificent total of £545 for International GirlGuiding opportunities - many thanks to everyone who helped

Church Roof Appeal - target reached - THANK YOU!!  see below

 

House-to-House Collection – Holmes Chapel grand total: £5,250 – well done to the donors and the collectors!

 Mothers' Union - here

Sunday  School - here

Ministry of Prayer for Healing - our Reader explains more here

Open Church - our church is now open for visitors and parishioners every morning (including Saturdays) until midday - why not come in and experience the calm and beauty of this building which has been a place of Christian worship in regular use since at least 1430.


please check News and the Gallery for a selection of pictures taken at recent occasions;  if you have other suitable pictures, we may be able to include them - please send them to the webmaster 


STOP PRESS:

'Raise the Roof' Weekend  25-26th April

Over £2,500 was raised from Church Hall activities, the Community Choir Concert and sponsored marathon Hymn Play during ‘Raise the Roof’ Weekend, passing the Roof Appeal target of £100,000.   If you sponsored Paul and Wendy, please tick off the sponsorship sheet and give your contribution to a Churchwarden in a Blue Appeal envelope. Thanks to everyone involved in organising and supporting the events – a truly successful weekend in all respects!

read more here

 

Roof Refurbishment and Roof Appeal

Our main contractor Haydock Slating Ltd started work on 5th May with site preparation including protection of the war memorial and stone paving. The windows have also been protected with translucent plastic sheeting whilst scaffolding and a temporary roof are erected. The metal sheeting on the scaffolding is required by our insurers.You can follow news about the project on our special page here where regular updates will be given.

Although the Roof Appeal has now achieved its £100,000 target, further monies coming into the Appeal will be used to fund urgent work to the tower and the church development project to provide toilet facilities and changed access to the church. So please continue to give what you can - you can continue to do this in church through the Blue Envelopes or securely on line through www.stlukesroof.net


What's on at St. Luke's?

 Each weekday except Wednesday, a short service of Morning Prayer will be said in Church at 9 am

31st May
8.30 am
HOLY COMMUNION (Order 1)
Readings today:
Isaiah 6: 1-8, p 690
 Trinity Sunday
10.00 am
HOLY COMMUNION (Order 1)
John 3: 1-17, p 1065
 
Tues 2nd June
10.30 am
CAMEO at Lovell Court
Wed 3rd June
10.30 am
HOLY COMMUNION (Order 1) – this is also the Corporate Communion for Mothers’ Union members and friends
 
7.00 – 8.15 pm
MIDWEEK in the Massey Room
 
8.00 – 9.15 pm
St LUKE’S COMMUNITY CHOIR – meets in the Church Hall – open to all who enjoy a good sing!
 For help with transport to a service, please contact Bob Monks tel. 07747 605 960
 
 Our services are taken from those approved by the Church of England in Common Worship.  Our Holy Communion services use either Order 1 in contemporary format or Order 2 in the traditional form using wording from the Book of Common Prayer.


acknowledgement and usage notice: this website was built for St. Luke's by Nick Visick - the original content in the website is the copyright of the Parochial Church Council of Church Hulme, Holmes Chapel (registered charity no. 1132587) - but it may be used for non-commercial purposes if properly attributed - please contact the webmaster with any questions.