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Knitted Bible

Knitted Bible

Knitted Bible, a child-friendly exhibition which tours the nation, is in Holmes Chapel for a week at the end of January and will be open for viewing by local primary school children and parishioners. It was developed by a team of knitters from an enterprising and ordinary church in Hartlepool and provides 35 scenes from the Bible with colourful backdrops and knitted figures.  These simple images will help both children and adults to imagine some of the key events of the Old Testament and New Testament.

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Bible Reading Fellowship 2022

Bible Reading Fellowship 2022

Time to renew or start your 2022 New Daylight notes from the BRF in its centenary year to help with your daily Bible reading and prayer.

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Church Flowers 2022

Many thanks to everyone who helped decorate St Luke's church with flowers this Christmas. I especially want to thank Pauline, Beryl, Tanis, Maria, Pat and Vanessa. The new 2022 rota for the altar flowers is now in the church porch for people to sign up when they are...

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Christmas Market & Fair 2021

Christmas Market & Fair 2021

The Village Christmas Market & Fair returned to Holmes Chapel on Sunday 5th December after a gap of two years.

This year it was larger than ever with 40+ festive stalls, some together with a stage near Barclays Bank in The Square – London Road (specially closed for the afternoon!!) with other stalls in the Scout Hut.

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Safeguarding: Past Cases Review 2 (PCR2)

In 2007, the Church of England commissioned a national Past Case Review which sought to look at the handling by the Church of child protection case over many years. All parishes nationally are required to respond by checking records and reporting to the review all known cases of concern about the behaviour of clergy and church officers towards children and vulnerable adults.

Revised Churchyard Rules 2007

A copy of the revised Churchyard Rules 2007 applying to St Luke’s Knutsford Road Churchyard and now adopted by the Church Council in January 2019 can be downloaded here.