Welcome to the Parish Church of St Luke's - Kingston upon Thames
A  Forward in Faith Parish
A traditional parish dedicated to making the Love of Christ known
through excellence in worship and active care and concern for others


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If you’re looking for a church to call ‘home’ we hope you’ll find a place with us at Saint Luke's.

We’re a diverse collection of people. Some of us have been worshipping here for many years and some of us are newcomers; some of us are life-long Anglicans and some of us come from other traditions; some of us live right here in Canbury, North Kingston and some of us live as far away as Wimbledon, Richmond, Surbiton, Tolworth or Guildford.

The foundation stone of our church was laid in 1880 and Saint Luke’s is very much part of the social fabric of Kingston. The doors are open throughout the day, seven days a week and all through the year. Candles burning in the candle stands and entries in our visitor’s book show that, for many folk, this is a quiet and welcoming place for prayer or meditation.
If you’re worshipping with us you’ll find an outline of the service on the service sheet handed to you at the door


9.00am Mass Tuesdays and Thursdays

Wednesday 7pm Holy Hour - Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament followed by Mass at 8.00pm

Times of Sunday services are:
8.00am Low Mass (Prayer Book)
10.30am Sung Mass
5.00pm    Evensong

After the 10:30am Sung Mass on Sundays, everyone is welcome to come into the Swinnerton Hall, next to the Church, for drinks and conversation.

Sunday School Children from three years old and upwards are welcome to attend the Sunday School in the Swinnerton Hall (enter through the Church) at 10:30. The children join the congregation in Church for the second half of the Parish Mass

On the Third Sunday of each month a TEDDY BEARS SERVICE is held at 9.30am, aimed in particular for pre-schoolers

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Last Updated:  15/01/2016