Bible Study and Prayer are two very important ways that enable Christians to grow in their faith and their relationship with God.
At St Luke's we offer a number of opportunities for doing this:
At every Sunday service we have one or more readings from the Bible which are then explained by the person who is giving the talk or the sermon. There is also a time of prayer at every Sunday service, sometimes led by one of the clergy but more often led by one of the members of the congregation.
During the week there are opportunities for PRAYER in Church on Monday mornings at 8.00am, and on Wednesday lunchtimes at 12 noon. These are informal times where there are some prayers on a printed piece of paper that we all say together and then there is a time of silence and/or open prayer where anyone can join in and say a prayer (but you don't have to if you don't want to!).
In addition, the clergy are always happy to visit people and say prayers with them in your home if you feel you would benefit from some prayers in private.
There are opportunities for BIBLE STUDY every two weeks on a Friday morning from 10.00-11.00am at 2 Thurlestone Court.
Again, if you have any particular questions or issues about the Bible, the clergy are always happy to visit people and talk about them with you in private.