THE TURNING mission

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We are very EXCITED as events for THE TURNING training and mission begin soon! Events will take place at Gateway Church and City Church, as well as on the streets of Newcastle. Here are some dates for your diary: Gateway … Continued

Children’s Ministry

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We are excited to announce that twice a month during the morning Sunday service there will be a class for children to attend. This will be put on by the Children’s Ministry team for children to come and learn more … Continued

Children’s Ministry

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We are excited to announce that twice a month during the morning Sunday service there will be a class for children to attend. This will be put on by the Children’s Ministry team for children to come and learn more … Continued

Women’s Book Study

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The Women’s Book Study on Kris Vallotton’s Fashioned to Reign will officially begin this week. They will be discussing the first chapter as a group. They will meet for 2:00pm on Thursday in the Piano Room and for this Sunday … Continued

Women’s Book Study begins

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    This Thursday February 2nd and Sunday February 5th we will begin Week #1 of a ten week book study on the book . A little about the book;   Join Kris Vallotton for an extraordinary journey of eye-opening … Continued

Wednesday Evening gathering

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Wednesday (1st February) evening gathering for Story of God is canceled due to Newcastle United playing at St. James’ Park. We will be back on next Wednesday evening to continue the series.

New Year’s Day: No Morning Service

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On New Year’s Day there will be NO Morning Service but we will have the Evening Service with refreshments from 6:00pm. There also will be no midweek St. Luke’s meetings, however Connect will be meeting again on Tuesday 3rd of … Continued

Slowing down in August…

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After an action packed calendar so far this year, we will be taking some down time in August to rest and recharge the batteries, before we start the new term in September. That being so, all our usual weekly Church … Continued

Highlights from our AGM!

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We had our AGM on 1st May this year, after our delicious, annual, Church lunch which is always a wonderful community time. St Luke’s congregation is very much a family and it is always lovely at the lunch for people … Continued

2016 is well underway…

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A new year, a new season, new everything! (Almost.) Here is a little update about what’s going on at St Luke’s at the moment, and things that are to come… Church hall redecoration Several years of some bad water damage and … Continued

No Services on the 27th!

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There will be no Church services on the 27th December due to the close proximity to Christmas Day. Please do spend time with family and friends, or indeed go and enjoy another Churches’ service on this day!   A few … Continued

‘Tis the season to be jolly!

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Luke 2:10-14 But the angel said to them, “Do not be afraid. I bring you good news that will cause great joy for all the people. Today in the town of David a Savior has been born to you; he is the Messiah, the … Continued

Slowing down: Summer arrangements

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Every year during the summer, here at St Luke’s things slow down a bit while people tend to be away on holiday and while the sun is hot… (or not, in most cases!). So, here are our arrangements: – There … Continued

Abroad with the Lord!

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Several of St Luke’s members have been abroad on various missions and adventures this past month, namely to Cambodia, Kenya and Germany! Emily in Cambodia Emily joined one of Tearfund’s ‘GoOverseas’ mission team on a trip to teach, work and … Continued

Highlights from the St Luke’s AGM

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The AGM took place on Sunday 10th of May this year. Robert, the Vicar took the opportunity to thank numerous people for their tireless service to the church. The St Luke’s community is a wonderful and enthusiastic group of people … Continued

The Roughshod Theatre Company

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From 3rd – 10th May we were very blessed to have the wonderful Roughshod Theatre Company with us, who were all totally thrilled at our St Luke’s welcome on Sunday night, and our enthusiastic response to their drama pieces. These … Continued

Ash Wednesday evening together

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At St Luke’s we are not always used to celebrating every feast in the Liturgical Calendar, but last night we had an amazing, never-experienced-before, Ash Wednesday gathering in the hall… Over thirty of us gathered for a delicious soup, bread, cheese and fruit … Continued

2015 is off to a good start…

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We are two months into the new year and already have a huge number of amazing things coming up! Here is a little taster of things to come…     Worship & Intercession Nights After experiencing such an amazing week … Continued

What a lovely Carol Service…

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We had a great turnout to our Carol Service last Sunday night! It truly was a wonderful evening, with a real sense of the love and presence of God among us, and our many visitors! However, we did not sleep … Continued

Chronicle! Chronicle! Read all about it!

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  As Christians we are used to hearing the saying ‘the Lord provides’ and of course, that is exactly what we believe He is doing! Why not pop along to your local newsagents this evening and grab a copy of … Continued

We’re in the Diocesan Newspaper!

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Had you looked at last month’s edition of ‘The Link’, the Newcastle Diocesan newspaper, you would have found the lovely mugs of St Luke’s congregation in one of the rear pages! The above appears in an article about Inspired North … Continued

An interesting trip to Edinburgh…

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Recently we saw Scotland choose to stay in the union with England, Wales and Northern Ireland after a long, tense and much media-covered lead up to the Referendum. Of course, the Vindolanda reconciliation event of last month (which you can read about … Continued

Speakers of Life: The Book!

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We announce with great excitement that last week Mark Birch-Machin’s new book Speakers of Life: How to live an everyday prophetic lifestyle was released! Mark writes in an easy-to-read, easy-to-understand way and gives lots of wonderful material on the things that have formed his ministry and which … Continued

The Great North Run

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Sunday 7th September was the unique St Luke’s Great North Run Sunday, when our morning Communion was cancelled in order to attend to a congregation of thousands meeting outside the building, preparing for the Great North Run. Hundreds used our loos, some … Continued