Tea With Friends Every Wednesday 12 midday to 1pm

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Ever find yourself free on a Wednesday between midday and 1pm?  Why not come and join us in the St Luke’s Church Hall to join members of the Church and staff team for a hot drink, food, sandwiches and cake.  This is a great opportunity to meet new people who live in the area.  No fee no expectations, just turn […]

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Two New Curates for St Lukes Church from Sept 2017

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We are very much looking forward to welcoming our two new Curates to expand our priestly  ministry team by literally a 300% increase in time.  We welcome our new Senior Curate, Revd Sandra Schloss and our new NSM Curate, Revd Collins Durueke to St Luke’s. Sandra will be licensed at St Luke’s Church on Weds 6th September at 7.30pm by […]

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Public Consultation: Three New Church Signs onsite Aug 9 to Oct 9 2017

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            Given all the feedback from local people that the lack of decent signage on the site of the Church makes people think the Church has closed, the Church Council of St Luke’s under the direction of the Priest in Charge has put in for planning permission and what is called a faculty application with […]

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Welcome to three new members of the Wellspring New Monastic Community at St Lukes

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on Sunday 30th July 2017, in the Evening Service of St Luke’s, three new members joined our Wellspring New Monastic Community. So we want to say a very big welcome to: Jaime Creeth Barton Creeth Megan Barford who all committed to the seasonal vows.  This is very exciting and expands the numbers involved in the Community as: Participants: Elsa Marshall […]

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Mission, Inclusivity and being a Compassionate Church by Collins Durueke

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In this podcast on the 18th June 2017, Collins Durueke explores the theme of compassion, mission and inclusivity from Matthew 9.35 – 10.8 [9-23].  This  was recorded on the 1st Sunday after Trinity, at St Luke’s Peckham. You can subscribe to this podcast for free by iTunes by clicking here.

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Trinity Sunday: The nature of God and the Great Commission by Ian Mobsby

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In this podcast on Trinity Sunday 2017, Ian Mobsby explores the connection between the nature of the Trinity and Jesus’ calling to the disciples, sometimes called the Great Commission.  This was recorded in the Sunday Morning Eucharist Service at St Lukes Church Peckham on the 11th June 2017. You can subscribe to this podcast for free by iTunes by clicking here.

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Pentecost 04 06 17: Persevering in times of violence, reflections following terrorist attacks in South London by Ian Mobsby

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In this reflection on Pentecost Sunday at the St Lukes Contemplative Evening Eucharist Service Ian Mobsby follows a Lectio Divina with some reflections following the terrorist incidents at London Bridge and Borough Market and following a fatal stabbing in North Peckham. You can subscribe to this podcast for free by iTunes by clicking here.

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Samaritan Fund St Lukes – An Update and Appeal for more funds for desperate local people

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I am pleased to say that in the last four months we have been able to help 14 desperate families and individuals to keep going when they have not had enough money for food, gas or electricity.  These have all been local residents and one local asylum seeker in the parish. We have funded this totally by generous donations made […]

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Pentecost Sunday: Breathe on me breath of God by Fr John Francis

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In this podcast recorded at the Sunday Morning Parish Eucharist Service on Pentecost Service at St Luke’s Church Camberwell in Peckham, Fr John Francis explores the implications of John 20:19-23 and Acts 2:1-21.  This was recorded on Sunday 4th June 2017. For more information on St Luke’s Church see www.stllukespeckham.co.uk

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