Christian Aid CollectingDuring May 2017 members of St Luke's Church raised over £17,000 during Christian Aid week. We are determined to exceed this total this year and the following events will be held to contribute to our fund raising effort. You are invited to get involved; please contact the Parish Office for more details 020 8772 0463 e-mail.
Rich / Poor Supper
Friday 11 May from 7pm - 7.30pm in the Community Hall
Come and learn about the work of Christian Aid and enjoy a meal. Full or less generous meals are provided in proportion to those who have plenty of food or go hungry in the world and it's 'pot luck' what you get on the night. All pay the same for the meal and all proceeds go to Christian Aid. There will also be a quiz and quality clothes sale. Tickets £10 available online through the interactive calendar.
Street Collections - Sunday 13 May to Sunday 20 May
Door to door collections from all the roads in our parish by members of the church. We are always seeking more volunteers to help.
Courtyard Cafe - Wednesday 16 May 9:30am to 4.30pm
Delicious cakes, coffee and tea available to buy throughout the day in the Community Hall at St Luke's (194 Ramsden Road). All provided by volunteers with all takings going directly to Christian Aid. Open to all - do come along.
Hymns & Pimms - Friday 18 May 6.30pm to 8pm
Come and sing some hymns in the church whilst enjoying a glass of Pimms or fruit punch, a fun event for all the family, children very welcome. Tickets £5, Family Tickets available.
Car Cleaning and Cake Sale - Sunday 20 May
This will take place outside St Luke's. Enjoy a cake and a chat whilst your car is washed enthusiastically by enthusiastic members of Junior Church.
Circle the City - Sponsored Walk - Sunday 20 May
Take a wonderful afternoon walk through the city with others from St Lukes and raise money for Christian Aid at the same time. With plenty of refreshments provided by the churches to the walkers, this is a leisurely and fascinating afternoon out for all the family.
Christian Aid is a charity of the churches in the UK and Ireland working to assist those in greatest need - irrespective of religion or race. Christian Aid works directly with local organisations within the countries they are supporting and all funding goes directly to the projects and communities not to their governments. Please look at the Christian Aid website to learn more.