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Normal services have resumed

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Some of the things that we do and some of the things we support.

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Welcome to St Luke’s Church!


NEWS UPDATE - service restrictions

You can now sing in church if you are wearing your mask. The church is at 75% capacity. We need to adhere to social distancing and masks will continue to be worn for public worship by all who are not speaking.


The Op shop is open and community garden has resumed. A decision about morning tea will be made when we know more about density restrictions.

Please check this web site regularly for updates.


We are a diverse community of people from many cultural backgrounds who worship here in this beautiful and spacious church building. On Sunday mornings there are two services at 8 am and 9.30 am which are conducted in a liberal Anglo-Catholic tradition based on the Anglican Prayer Book. Our congregations value Holy Communion, which we celebrate at every worship service. At St Luke’s there are opportunities for quiet prayer, study of the scriptures and many social activities. Ministry at St Luke’s embraces a Sudanese congregation who speak the Bari dialect in worship each fortnight at 11.30 am. Our church building extends into a larger precinct which includes a vibrant op shop and a new and exciting community garden. We are looking to engage with the wider community in which we are set and our vision is to create an active and outward looking environment.

We would love to meet you!

St Luke’s Vision in 2021 is that we will be an open community of faith which engages with the community and inspires and encourages people to know Jesus Christ.