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    01/30/2017 to 02/06/2017
    Sunday 5th February
    4th Sunday before Lent
  • 9.00am - Communion
    Speaker: Chris Key
     
  • 10.30am - Celebration
    Speaker: Chris Key
     
  • 6.30pm - Celebration
    Speaker: Chris Key
     
  • 02/06/2017 to 02/13/2017
    Sunday 12th February
    3rd Sunday before Lent
  • 9.00am - Morning Prayer
    Speaker: Gordon Mackley
     
  • 10.30am - Celebration
    Speaker: Gordon Mackley
     
  • 6.30pm - Communion
    Speaker: Chris Key
     
  • 02/13/2017 to 02/20/2017
    Sunday 19th February
    2nd Sunday before Lent
  • 9.00am - Communion
    Speaker: Chris Key
     
  • 10.30am - Kidz-In
     
  • 6.30pm - Celebration
    Speaker: Karen Sanders
     
  • 02/20/2017 to 02/27/2017
    Sunday 26th February
    Sunday before Lent
  • 9.00am - Morning Prayer
    Speaker: Lorna Faulkner
     
  • 10.30am - Communion
    Speaker: Lorna Faulkner
     
  • 6.30pm - Celebration
    Speaker: Jenny Thompson
     
  • 02/27/2017 to 03/06/2017
    Sunday 5th March
    1st Sunday of Lent
  • 9.00am - Communion
    Speaker: Chris Key
     
  • 10.30am - Celebration
    Speaker: Chris Key
     
  • 6.30pm - Celebration
    Speaker: Peter Taylor
     
  • 03/06/2017 to 03/13/2017
    Sunday 12th March
    2nd Sunday of Lent
  • 9.00am - Morning Prayer
    Speaker: Chris Key
     
  • 10.30am - Praise Service
    Speaker: Chris Key
     
  • 6.30pm - Communion
    Speaker: Lewis Doyle
     
  • 03/13/2017 to 03/20/2017
    Sunday 19th March
    3rd Sunday of Lent
  • 9.00am - Communion
    Speaker: Gordon Mackley
     
  • 10.30am - Communion
    Speaker: Gordon Mackley
     
  • 6.30pm - Celebration
    Speaker: Gordon Mackley
     
  • 03/20/2017 to 03/27/2017
    Sunday 26th March
    4th Sunday of Lent
  • 9.00am - Morning Prayer
    Speaker: Robin Williamson
     
  • 10.30am - Kidz-In
     
     
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Giving

How can I give to the work of St. Luke’s, Maidstone?

Members of St. Luke’s contribute to the life and work of the church in lots of different ways. Whilst the information on this page relates to giving of a financial nature, other areas of our website explain the different ways in which you are able to get involved and contribute to our ministries.

Give regularly

You can set up a standing order directly with your bank or building society. If you would like details on how to set this up, you can contact our Treasurer.

Other ways to give

  • A regular collection is taken at our Sunday services
  • If you would like to send us a cheque, please make it payable to St. Luke’s PCC.
  • No cost, no catch - raise free donations for us every time you shop online via Easyfundraising.org.uk.
  • You may like to consider making a donation to St. Luke’s as a legacy in your will. Please ask your solicitor for further information.

Tax efficient giving

If you are a UK taxpayer (Income or Capital Gains Tax) and would like us to be able to claim back the basic rate tax, you will need to fill in, sign and return to us a Gift Aid declaration, if you have not done so already. The benefit to us is that we can recover the basic rate of income tax, currently 25p for each pound given. (If you pay higher rate tax, you may recover this through your own tax return.)

Further information

If you have any questions on these or other ways of giving, please contact our Treasurer, or write to St. Luke’s Church, Foley Street, Maidstone, ME14 5AW.