Christmas at St Luke’s

Christmas at St Luke’s

Our children’s nativity service on Christmas Eve (5pm) tells the story in carols, and is very informal. Our ‘midnight mass’ (11:30pm) is the first Eucharist of Christmas, a beautiful gathering to be part of. On Christmas Day we have one service only...
A New Deacon!

A New Deacon!

On Saturday 28 November, we were overjoyed to gather at the Cathedral amongst many others to pray for Andy as he was ordained to the diaconate. The Rev’d Andy Wallis is being licensed to us at St Luke’s, and so joins our clergy team in a nonstipendiary...
St Luke’s in Isolation

St Luke’s in Isolation

We can’t gather for worship in this ‘lockdown’ season while we all shelter at home, but we’re remaining connected and resourced as a faith community. We have a public Facebook page as well as a private Facebook group. We’re also...
St Luke’s Closed – Covid-19

St Luke’s Closed – Covid-19

At the direction of the Bishops of Aotearoa, New Zealand and Polynesia, St Luke’s is currently closed for services. However we’re still ‘the church’! And we’re finding new ways to support one another and our neighbours as we remain in our...
St Luke’s Parish Council

St Luke’s Parish Council

St Luke’s is well served by a wonderful group of people who make up our Parish Council – early in December we gathered for an end of year dinner at The Garden Shed in Mt Eden. Lots of laughter and much to give thanks for! We look forward to sharing in...
St Luke’s Day Celebration

St Luke’s Day Celebration

On Sunday 20th October, we had Bishop Ross with us as we celebrated our patronal festival and had confirmations and renewals of faith for a number of our community. Bishop Ross explained the symbolism of his ministry as bishop to our kids – and most of our grown...