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Contactless Giving at St Luke’s

Contactless Giving at St Luke’s

Most donations to St Luke’s come from our regular church members through our Planned Giving Scheme by envelope or standing order. Regular giving is particularly helpful for budgeting purposes and if this is how you give to St Luke’s, please continue to donate in this way. However, our first contactless giving device is now installed at the back of the church allowing anyone to give by card etc. rather than by cash.

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Photos for our publications

Photos for our publications - can you help? We are looking for colour photos of current events taken at and around St Luke's to include in our website or magazine to supplement the text. They don't have to be of professional standard or specially posed. Smartphone or...

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Genesis – summer 2022

photo by Jon Tyson on Unsplash  Genesis Into Summer Genesis now starts at the slightly later time of 10am, where learning and activities will take place in the Church Hall until 10.45am.  Genesis will then join midway through the Church service in time to share their...

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2022 Christian Aid Week – thank you!

A very big Thank You to everyone who supported us during Christian Aid Week in and around Holmes Chapel in May.

Your generous support will enable Christian Aid to bring hope and support to the most needy around the world.

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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.