St Luke’s is led by a Parish Council (Vestry) who work alongside the Vicar. Members are elected annually at the Annual General Meeting of the church community. The Council meets monthly and, with the Vicar and two Churchwardens, has responsibility for the spiritual and pastoral leadership of St Luke’s and oversight of our finances and property.
Recognising the ministry of all the baptised, as well as those who have not been baptised and seek to deepen their faith, we encourage everyone to be involved in the various groups and activities of the Parish.
Caring for the Church Sanctuary. Contact Jane Vernon on 849-9327.
11am-12noon, Parkside Café,
775 New North Road (corner Wairere Ave and New North Road)
Children and Young People
A network of people are involved in ministries to and with the children and young people of St Luke’s, and meet together occasionally to review resources and discuss issues.
A programme for children (aged 3 to 9) on Sundays in conjunction with the 9:30am Community Eucharist. We focus on developing our children’s spirituality and learning faith practices together. Children remain in the Church.
Contact Clare Barrie on 846-6046
Thomas Group / SLAYA
Young pilgrims (aged 10 to 15) meet at St Luke’s occasionally and enjoy social activities on other occasions.
Contact Chris McMenamin on 0211433173 or on facebook
Inspiring Music for Children
Every Wednesday (during school terms) from 10am in the Main Hall, for pre-schoolers and their caregivers. Cost $5 per session.
Contact Liz O’Callaghan on 828-8688
All-Age Social Outings
Occasional events on Sundays after the 9:30am service, for all ages including grown-ups!
Adult Education and Support
Women’s Discussion Group
Second Tuesday in each month (except January) at 7:30pm in members’ homes.
Contact Susy Carryer on 021-039-812
Fourth Wednesday, 12:00 noon, in the Robing Room.
Women’s Fellowship: Nell McFarlane on 849-2362
7:30pm, Second Tuesday (Clare Inn), last Tuesday (Robing Room)
Contact Paul Simei-Barton 846-8348
Educational Workshops and Studies
Occasionally during the year, for example Tuesday evenings during Lent.
Contact the Parish Office.
Selwyn Day Centre
Every Friday except Good Friday, 9:30am-12 noon
Main Hall, Cost – $4 per session
Contact – Joanna, 528-6916
Each session includes exercises, morning tea, and activities such as quizzes, team crosswords, cards, scrabble and other board games.
Dance for older adults to keep mobile and enjoying life!
Mondays, 10 – 11am (during school terms), St Luke’s Church Hall
SeniorDANCE Mobility for movement impaired older adults
Contact Susan Jordan, 849-5042, 021 206 1835