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Fresh expression of church in the community – fun, friendly, free, food and fellowship.

We meet at Queen’s Park Leisure Centre (Boundary Road) on the second Sunday of each month at 12noon … everyone welcome

Luke Lunch

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St Luke’s Ladies’ Fellowship

St Luke’s Ladies’ Fellowship is by far the longest established group within the church.

Trying to work out when it began sparked some reminiscences which decided it began possibly before W.W.2. This would make our group at least 70 years old!! Unless someone knows something different? Please get in touch if you can shed some light on this.

This group of ladies combine to form a truly friendly and loving fellowship. I can certainly attest to this, having joined them about 2 years ago. Not just for ladies of “a certain age” but for anyone who enjoys an hour with friends, learning more about the Lord and worshipping Him. You will certainly find a warm welcome here in the Jubilee Lounge on alternate Wednesday afternoons. A few hymns, prayers, a speaker and, of course, tea and biscuits make for a peaceful hour or so.

Speakers come from all walks of life and they each widen our knowledge and appreciation of other Christians’ experiences. Some help us know more about God and His love; others tell of their experiences when God led them to make particular changes in their lives and some just “entertain” us with their wide-ranging talents – songs, flower arranging, poetry writing……….. and so much more.

Added to that, an occasional meal “over the road” completes the picture. A lovely welcoming group of ladies, young or young-at-heart are here if you feel you would like to join us. You do not have to go to church every Sunday. One lady once said “This is my church at the moment”.

Our present leader took over the ‘reins’ only a few years ago. She follows on from Betty Wright who led the group for an amazing 17yrs!

Anne Parry (on behalf of our hard-working leader Doris Kerr)

Just get in touch with Doris if you are interested. –

Gardeners

Come regularly or just when you can…

Turn up and Barry will give you an idea of the work involved.

Please bring your own tools!!