St. Luke's has services at 8am and 11am on Sundays and a quiet Eucharist at 10am on Thursdays.
St. Philip's has services at 9:30 on Sundays.
Services are followed by tea and coffee served in the church hall.
Applications for wedding ceremonies are warmly welcomed.
The adjoined Avenue Halls offer a wonderfully romantic venue for celebrations with up to 150 guests. The former nave of the church building is perfect for large Wedding celebrations.
Baptism takes place during the main Sunday Eucharist on a date of your choice. A preparation class for parents is arranged on a regular basis. All are most welcome to attend.
Support and guidance is available to help arrange your service.
For all arrangements please contact Reverand Hart
St Lukes welcomes children of all ages. The sessions are fun and informal and seek to introduce young people to the church. Our family church service begins at 11am and the children who wish to process out after the first part of the service to continue their worship in the church hall in age-appropriate groups. The younger children are accompanied by a parent. The sessions involve a topical bible story, prayers and either interactive play or arts and craft exercises.
The children come back into church for a blessing and are encouraged to share their work with the rest of the congregation at the end of the service.
Throughout the year we celebrate all the major festivals with special projects carried out at Easter, Mothering Sunday, Harvest and Christmas. The children also take part in a Christmas Play and we hold a delightful Crib service on Christmas Eve.
Held every Tuesdays at 11.00 a.m in the West End Room. We study the passage set for the following Sunday service. All are welcome to the study, and then to share lunch with members of the Avenue Club.
Church Reading Group
The Church Reading Group meets regularly in local homes to discuss a wide range of books. All are welcome