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St Luke’s throws its doors open to everyone!

This Sunday (7 February) we will be hosting a very special service in our Halls that will be welcoming of everyone.

At the same time as our more traditional services at 11 a.m. this will be the perfect opportunity to invite a neighbour, relative or friend who really isn’t into standard ‘Church’ services.

Trust me they and you will enjoy – so just come along!

Going out from home

Mark 6.1-13

Margaret Thatcher famously said – home is where you go if you have nothing else to do! Well, you may agree with her on this matter or not as indeed on other issues as well. But there is a bitter-sweetness to this remark. For home is where we should feel most safe, most accepted and often most loved. No wonder many people are contented home-birds. Yet we also see the point of going out to do something. Much that is worthwhile needs us to go out – out physically, out using the phone or modern digital means and even paradoxically venturing out by inviting in.

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Combined Services

Merry Christmas to all our readers!

Please remember the combined services this season which are:

  • 27 December at 11 a.m. in Broughty Ferry New Kirk
  • 3 January at 10 a.m. in St Stephen’s

St Luke’s will be closed on these Sundays.

Normal ‘service’ resumes on 10 January.


Advent starts with a warm reminder

At at well-attended Breakfast Cafe Church on Sunday last, Nardia told the congregation of Christmases in her native Australia.  She mentioned that Christmas Day falls in their summer and can be as hot as 41 degrees C. They also have salads for lunch and may even go to the beach.

But whether, the weather is hot or cold, Christmas always warms us with the presence of Jesus born in our lives again. Come and celebrate that warmth at St Luke’s this festive time.





Advent Cafe of Memories

The Advent Cafe of Memories on Thursday 19 November was a well-attended success.With the theme of Christmas Past, we all enjoyed making tree decorations and singing familiar carols. All this was accompanied with dumpling and good fun!

The next ‘Memories’ event will be an invitation to our Guild’s Christmas Party on 17 December at 2 p.m. Entertainment will include a singing contribution from the youngsters at Eastern Primary School.