"This service that you perform is not only supplying the needs of the Lord’s people but is also overflowing in many expressions of thanks to God" 2 Corinthians 9:12 It's the time of year when those in need in our community need you. Next Sunday, October 15, 2017, is the annual Harvest Festival service, when … Continue reading The Harvest Festival is Here!
This Sunday October 8th Sunday School is on! We would love to see as many children as possible come learn about the Good News of Christ. Hope to see you there!
Sunday's Back to School Service, lead by our children and Rev Richard Pamplin, was a great success! The children sang beautifully and we all danced in the pews. Sort of. Congratulations to everyone who participated, and a big thanks to Leigh Montillot, Simon Reeves, all the parents, and of course all our wonderful children.
The Archdeacon of France, Fr. Meurig Williams visited us for Morning Service on Sunday, 18 June. It was a real pleasure having him among our congregation and hearing his sermon. The children lead the service with song and dance. It was a truly wonderful morning. Many thanks to the Archdeacon for taking time to spend … Continue reading Archdeacon Visits St Luke’s
Join us for our Easter celebrations.
Paul and Wendy Skirrow are now with us until Sunday the 12th of March.
Pat and I both originate from Enfield on the edge of North London. Pat is a history graduate and taught in various schools. Eventually, during her last twelve years of teaching, she was the Deputy Headteacher of a large Comprehensive School. I graduated in Theology. After various other jobs, I obtained a post-graduate teaching … Continue reading John Marvell
We met at university and married in 1969, by which time I was working as an engineer and Lynne was about to start teaching. A few years later came a big change: I went back to University to study theology and Lynne gave up work because she was expecting our first child. By human standards this … Continue reading Richard and Lynne Pamplin: Introducing ourselves
And they compelled a passer-by, Simon of Cyrene, who was coming in from the country, the father of Rufus and Alexander, to carry his cross. If we were entitled to piece together all the references in the NT, some certain, some possible, to Simon of Cyrene and his sons Rufus and Alexander, we would have … Continue reading Simon of Cyrene
My wife Caty and I have lived in the Perche district of Lower Normandy for the last 10 years following my retirement. I serve as Assistant to St.Georges in Paris and Caen, along with occasional weekends at St.Marks Versailles and a recent long Locum Chaplaincy at Holy Trinity, Maisons-Lafitte during their vacancy, caused by the … Continue reading Rev Rob Varty