St Luke’s Church
St. Luke’s Church is a vibrant church with a growing congregation, active choir and Junior Church. Junior Church runs in term time and on the first Sunday of every month – there is All Age Worship for children and adults together.
The church is open for private prayer through the week, between 9am & 3pm.
Services and Events:
Sunday, 8.00am Holy Communion
Sunday, 11.00am Parish Eucharist with Junior Church
All children are very welcome at St Luke’s. Our regular Junior Church provision includes separate groups for pre-school, 4-7yrs, 7-10yrs and 10+ yrs.
Visit the Junior Church page on our website to see the schedule.
Midweek Communion: Thursday, 10.00am
Bible Study: Tuesday, 11am St Luke’s
We read the passages set for the coming Sunday, to help us get to grips with the texts.
St Luke’s Church was built in 1889, following a temporary ‘iron church’ in Sandycombe Road, to serve the population of the parish with the coming of the District Line.The large Victorian Church in the Avenue was redesigned in 1983 to function as a dual-purpose building: a smaller church in the chancel area, and the former nave as community space, with a second hall constructed in the lofty roof area building. These areas of the building are currently occupied by the Kew Community Trust. The core activity of the Trust is the Avenue Club, a non-profit making social center offering a range of recreational activities for the whole community.