Coming in to a church for the first time can be quite a daunting experience; for some even the word ‘church’ conjures an image of a cold building, out of date music, weird jargon and long, boring talks.
We don’t think those things have to be part of church in the 21st century - we want to make sure that when you visit us you will find a warm, friendly welcome, contemporary music, down to earth messages that help you to make better sense of life, a safe place for children to make friends, grow and have fun and comfortable facilities with refreshments available.
What do I wear?
We want you to feel comfortable and to be yourself, so our message is a simple one - wear whatever you feel comfortable in! Some people come in jeans, some a little smarter, but don’t worry, we don’t have Trinny and Susannah at the door to tell you what to wear.
What sort of music will I hear?
The type of music depends what service you choose to attend. For instance, we have three different Sunday services, each with their own style of worship. Our first morning service use an organ and sing traditional hymns, whereas our second morning service and our evening celebrations, we use a band with guitars, drums, keyboards etc. working together with audio visual equipment. We’re not trying to put on a show, but we hope that these things will help you to worship God in a fresh and vibrant way.
There is more going on at St. Luke’s than ‘just’ what happens on a Sunday. Why not come and see for yourself?