Board Game Evening

Saturday 27th April, 5pm

Join us for an evening of board games. We will have a huge variety of games for you to try out, with helpers on hand as needed. We will plan to take a break at around 6pm to go and get fish & chips for those that want to. Suitable for all ages.


Easter at St Luke's

Maundy Thursday
8pm - Celebrating Jesus’ Last Supper

Good Friday
10.30am - Procession of Witness - St Luke’s & Cornerstone Churches join together, refreshments follow

2pm - Hour before the Cross

Easter Day Celebration
9am and 10.30am Easter Day Services with Communion

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#Follow the star - Celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ during this wonderful season

Carol Service - 6.30pm, Sunday 16th  December
A candlelit service with seasonal refreshments to follow

Nativity Service - 10.30am, Sunday 23rd December
The Christmas story for all ages with refreshments to follow

Midnight Holy Communion - 11pm, Sunday 24th December
A candlelit service

Christmas Day 10am, All-age celebration with Holy Communion
Bring your favourite present with you

Harvest & Shoebox Sunday - 7th October

Harvest & Shoebox Sunday -7th Oct, 10:30am

This year, our Harvest service will be combined with Shoebox Sunday. Instead of collecting harvest gifts, we are supporting the Bishop of St Albans’ Harvest Appeal “Give Peas a Chance”: 

Empowering farming families in Southern Malawi through offering the opportunity to cultivate the remarkable Pigeon Pea, which is drought-resistant and puts nitrogen back into the soil. This nutritious and commercially valuable crop is changing lives and putting new hope within reach - so lets "Give Peas a Chance!"

We are aiming to raise £500 for a Farmer's club. If you would like to contribute, please bring along your donation in place of any harvest gifts  - and don't forget your shoe box!

Step are coming to St Luke’s - 16th September

Sunday, September 16th, 10.30am

Sunday September 16th


…are coming to St Luke’s!

They are bringing two of the mega activities they use in schools, and they will also be chatting with us in the iMatter Cafe.

So at 10.30 we will begin and finish together, and have thought-provoking i-pod guided Step stuff in the middle!

Invite your friends! Bring your children age 7+! It’s a completely different way to meet God.

There will be normal Sunday activities for under-7s, and the 9am service will happen as normal.

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Thy Kingdom Come Celebration – Saturday 19th May 2018, St Albans Cathedral

Everyone Welcome – Entry is Free!

Christians of all denominations are invited to celebrate and pray together on the evening of 19th May.  We are delighted that Archbishop Justin Welby will be joining us.  This inter-generational and inter-denominational celebration is one of many Thy Kingdom Come events taking place around the country and will be a collaboration between Soul Survivor Watford, local and national youth organisations, the Diocese of St Albans and our ecumenical partners, and the Cathedral.  Prayer stations and activities will run from 4pm.  The Celebration will be the culmination of Thy Kingdom Come’s ten days of prayer.


St Luke's Weekend Away 4-6 May


 High Leigh, Hoddesdon, 4th-6th May

Our weekend away is coming round soon, and it is shaping up to be an exciting event! We have a great guest speaker lined-up with over 90 church members staying for the weekend. We've now filled our allocation of rooms, but if you've not yet booked, you can still join us as a Day Visitor (£10 Fri, £20 Sat, £20 Sun) for all the activities & meals (except breakfast). Our Sunday service for that week will take place at High Leigh in the afternoon, so do come and be part of it. We are now taking names of Day Visitors, and will arrange transport for you if needed. If you want to stay overnight, you can join our waiting list for any late room cancellations. Looking forward to seeing you there. Jo, Kathryn, Jenny, Stephen & Peter

St Luke's Upcycle & Repair Fair, Saturday 28th April, 10am-3pm


As part of Sustainable St Albans week, St Luke’s Upcycle and Repair Fair will demonstrate how to extend the life of products we’d normally throw away. We’ll have a wide range of stalls and demonstrations including:

  • Bicycle, clothing & jewellery repair demos
  • "Make do and mend” exhibition & quilt making demo
  • Children's crafts
    To buy on the day:
  • Pre-loved furniture from Emmaus - plus donate your unwanted furniture for refurbishment
  • Clothes and homeware from Rennie Grove Hospice Care
  • Second-hand books
  • Upcycled soft furniture from charity Recover

    Tea & coffee will be available throughout the day, with homemade soup served from 12.00-1.30pm.

    No need to book, no entry fee, just turn up and enjoy!