August 2021 services

During the installation of our newly refurbished organ and console, St Luke’s church will be closed for general access from Friday 6th August to Friday 27th August.  Scaffolding will be in place and the regular services usually held in church will be transferred to the Church Hall.

Details of the changes are given below.

Churchyard spruced up again!!

Churchyard spruced up again!!

A big “thank you” to the ten volunteers for their hard work and enthusiasm in quickly tidying the memorials area for interred ashes at the Knutsford Road Churchyard on Saturday 10th July. 

They weeded and strimmed around the plots and Rob did lots of mowing in the churchyard extension.  It was good to see the regulars as well as some new recruits.

Afternoon Tea in Beautiful Surroundings

Afternoon Tea in Beautiful Surroundings

Gill Brickwood is holding afternoon tea in her beautiful Brereton garden from 2-4pm on Saturday 7th and Sunday 8th August to raise funds for St Luke’s Church Organ and Lighting Appeal and for the Alzheimer’s Society.

A tasty selection of savouries, sandwiches and cakes will be served between 2pm and 4pm on Saturday 7th and Sunday 8th August at Gill’s house in Brereton..

Barnabus – can you help?

The staff and volunteers at Barnabus continue to do wonderful things for homeless people in Manchester, but they need all the support we can give especially during the pandemic. Steve Best is a trustee of Barnabus and makes regular visits and so can deliver gifts of...
Celebrating lives together in a post-pandemic world

Celebrating lives together in a post-pandemic world

We’re finally on the verge of being able to move forward with our new normal, but we will never forget the moments with loved ones that were lost, or the opportunity to say a proper goodbye.

This element of the pandemic weighed on me the most during lockdown, which is why I’m pleased to be able to offer you the chance to properly commemorate the life of your loved one alongside your friends and family.

Good news – our new Bishops

Good news – our new Bishops

It was announced from 10 Downing Street on 27th May that HM The Queen has confirmed the nomination of The Venerable Julie Conalty (currently Archdeacon of Tonbridge) to be the next Bishop of Birkenhead, and the Revd Canon Sam Corley (currently Rector of Leeds Minster) to be the next Bishop of Stockport, of Birkenhead.