** Coronavirus (COVID 19) Update**

At present , due to the coronavirus pandemic, our Sunday children and young peoples groups are NOT meeting. Our fourth Sunday of the month will be a family friendly service. 

Children & Young People

St Luke's is a friendly and vibrant church for children, young people and their families. We have a large and growing Sunday School for children called Luke Lively. Come along and join in the fun this Sunday or in the week at Buggy Clug or Kidzone.

Luke Lively/ Luke Forward

A fun and stimulating Sunday morning club for kids aged 5 to 12 which takes place during our morning service (10am – 11am) during term time.
Worship, games, discussion, craft, puzzles and reading together help us learn more about the Bible and what it tells us about God.
We also have a group for those aged 11-14 called Luke Forward. It also meets during the Morning service from 10am
During August and some school holidays, Children's video club will replace the usual Luke Lively format

Buggy Club

A welcoming and friendly meeting place for adults with babies and toddlers. There is plenty of space for children to play whilst the adults find mutual support and friendship.
Buggy club meets in the Church Hall next to the church on Wednesday afternoons (1.45 – 3.45pm).


What is it? – An after school service for children and parents, with songs, quizzes and bible stories.
Where is it ?– St Luke’s Church , St Luke’s Road
When is it?  – Mondays 3.30 – 4.30 pm
Come along and join in the fun!

Uniformed Groups

We also have links with the Brownies who meet in our church hall. Contact numbers are below:
Brownies – Rae Akehurst: email: rainbowrocky87@gmail.com


If you have a concern about a child or young person or a vulnerable adult, please contact the Parish Safeguarding Officer at St Luke’s Church
Mrs Gerry Wenham , telephone 01892 520785 (Parish Safeguarding Officer)
Rev. Caroline Glass -01892 521374

St Lukes is committed to keeping children and vulnerable adults safe at all times.

Further useful contacts for reporting safeguarding issues can be found here.