Churchyard spruced up again

Many thanks to the team of volunteers who quickly spruced up the memorials area of St Luke’s Knutsford Road churchyard on Saturday morning, 11th July, enjoying some fellowship at the same time whilst taking care to maintain social distancing.  No prizes for...

Praying Together after Trinity Sunday

Praying Together @St Luke’s, Holmes Chapel in the weeks of Trinity  – to help you in your personal worship see a printable version of this prayer sheet here The Lord be with you And also with you. This is the day that the Lord has made. Let us rejoice and...
July 2020 letter

July 2020 letter

It is a step forward to be able to go into the church building again for private prayer, but let’s remember that’s not church. This whole challenging season of closure and disruption has not just knocked us out of our routine, and made us wary of taking anything for granted. It has caused us to consider deeply why we need church.

From Monday 22nd June, an aspect of the normal use of St Luke’s church building has been restored. The doors are open for half the week and everybody is welcome to pray and ponder privately within, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday mornings. There is clear guidance to be followed to minimise health risks and enable thorough targeted cleaning. It’s not much, but it is a step in the right direction.

Well-being and the COVID-19 pandemic

The coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis means life has changed for all of us. It may cause us to feel anxious, stressed, worried, sad, bored, lonely, or frustrated.

If you’re finding things hard emotionally right now, you’re not alone.