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Welcome to St Luke's!

















Our Vicar Tony Walker says:










Our Vicar

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In the meantime you will find on our YouTube Channel:

our regular services on Sundays from 9.00am and on Wednesdays from 10.00am

our alternative services on Sundays "Tonic"from 11.00am

the Collective Worship for Primary Schools which we do each week.

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It is important to remember we have a God who loves and cares for us. He has told us, ‘Do not fear, for I am with you’ (Isaiah 41:10). 


We can have courage when faced with the fear of the unknown, because we trust in an all-knowing God who has promised to be with us wherever we go (Joshua 1:9).

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At last we begin to feel that we are making some progress at coming out of the shadow of the Covid-19 pandemic!


For the last 3 and a bit months St Luke's Church, like other places of worship, has had to operate without the use of its building. We have been trying to serve the community of Morton through the prayer and dedicated service of individual church members and through the provision of printed and online prayer and worship.


The Government has now given permission for church buildings to open for individual prayer and for funerals, subject to certain conditions, recognising that the buildings themselves are important sacred spaces for many people.


So St Luke's church building is now open once a week on Thursday afternoons for individual prayer from 2.00-4.00pm.


Individual prayer within a place of worship is defined by the government as “a person or household entering the venue to pray on their own and not as part of a group, led prayer or communal act”.


Everyone is welcome to come (except you mustn't enter the building if you or anyone in your household feel unwell or are displaying any symptoms of COVID-19).

church soon open for public worship

When we have digested the latest government guidance and are sure that we can re-open the church building safely for public worship we will do so.



for details of the building's re-opening for public worship!

If you are not able to come to church yourself but would like someone to say a prayer for you or your family please text your request to 07419 989594 or email it to and we will pray for you. Or if you don’t have access to text or email, please ring..