Welcome to St Luke’s Mt Albert
A welcoming and diverse Anglican faith community serving
Mt Albert, Kingsland and Point Chevalier in Auckland, New Zealand.
Abiding with Christ in our Community
As an Anglican faith community, we work to be a welcoming and inclusive community who celebrate our diversity as we care for and support one another. We value tradition and innovation in our worship and create opportunities for contemplation and creative expression of our faith. We engage in robust and thought-provoking discussion as we explore the integration of faith in daily life and we challenge ourselves to embody our faith in Christ through serving one another and our wider community. We’re part of the Diocese of Auckland, in the world wide Anglican Communion.
Our usual pattern of services are as detailed below, however covid has disrupted this schedule and currently there are two services on Sunday at 9am (Eucharist in the church) and 11am (Morning Prayer by zoom).
Please contact the clergy, church administrator or see our facebook page for zoom details. We hope to resume our usual pattern of worship very soon … please watch this space. We look forward to seeing you.
Sunday 8am Eucharist
Sunday 9:30am Eucharist
Wednesday 11am Eucharist
Our Christmas services are limited this year as we are mindful of the need for safety. On Christmas Eve we will gather for a 'Vigil of Christmas' service of Night Prayer via zoom. On Christmas Day we will have a eucharist at church at 9am - you'll need your vaccine...
Though we're suddenly in lockdown and unable to gather in person for worship, we're connecting in other ways. To be added to our email list, contact the Vicar, Clare, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Our Sunday worship on 22 and 29 August will be online only via Zoom at...
Come journey with us through the services of Holy Week as we prepare to celebrate Easter. It is incredibly powerful to engage with the story of Jesus' passion across Maundy Thursday and Good Friday, and then to bring the light of the resurrection into the darkened...