St Luke's Anglican Church in Enmore a lively, inclusive welcoming liturgical community

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†Home Groups

Sometimes called Fellowship Groups or Small Groups, there are several groups meeting at various places and at various times.
If you want to be involved, the parish Office on (02) 9557 4219 is a good place to ring.

†Women’s Reading Group

The Women’s Reading Group meets on the fourth Wednesday of each month at Pauline Newell’s home, 43/1 Coronation Avenue, Petersham at 7.30pm.

For details about meetings please call the parish Office on (02) 9557 4219.

†The Op Shop

The Opportunity Shop Group consists of those who sort goods and price them and who staff the shop during the week. Members of the Group enjoy working together and meeting the wide variety of people who come to the shop during business hours.

We are moving, by mid-October we will have relocated to 11 Stanmore Rd, Enmore at St Lukes.

For enquiries, please call the Op Shop at 133 Enmore Road or telephone (02) 9550 5713 during business hours. The Shop is open on Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday from 9.30 a.m. to 4 p.m.; Thursdays 9.30 a.m. to 3.00 p.m. and on Saturday from 9.30 a.m. to 2.30 p.m.

†Liturgical Assistants Group

The Liturgical Assistants Group consists of those whose ministry is in the context of the Sunday Service. The members administer communion, read the Gospel, carry the Processional Cross, candles or incense. Andy Serafin is the Sacristan and may be contacted via the Office number 9557 4219.

†Cleaning and Decorating

The people in this group find their ministry in cleaning the church and its grounds, and in decorating the church for Sunday services and other special occasions. They are usually organised on a roster system which gives everyone an opportunity to shine.

For details about this group please call Ruth Champion on 0400 166 041.

†Coffee and Garden Group – meets on an adhoc arrangement

Bishopscourt – Farewell February 2016

On Saturday 27 February 2016 having previously been sold to an undisclosed buyer for around $18million, Bishopscourt was opened up to the general public for a donation of $10 to Anglican Overseas Aid.  It is a fascinating place with spectacular views from the balconies across the city and harbour.  The original house was only a three-roomed cottage built in…

Op Shop

We only need to accept really good, clean, quality clothing and goods. Please do not bring any second-hand electrical goods or second-hand stuffed toys as we cannot sell them in the shop. The parish Op Shop opens on Tuesdays to Fridays from 9.30am to 4pm and on Saturdays from 9.30am to 2.30pm. The shop is…

Bookstall News

The 50% off stocktake sale continues on selected titles. New books in stock – Simply Jesus by Tom Wright; St Paul, the misunderstood Apostle by Karen Armstrong; A Man Called Johnny Mac, edited by Muriel Porter; A New Exile: The future of Anglicanism by Muriel Porter.

AGM 28/2/2016

A very successful AGM was held last Sunday with 34 persons signing the Declaration of Attendance. Fr Philip announced that he had appointed Mrs. Jennie Winton as his Warden; Eddie Reddy and Ruth Champion were re-elected as People’s Wardens. Fabian LoSchiavo declined to continue as Warden due to family commitments this year; however Fr Philip…

Third Sunday in Lent 2016

28th February 2016 Welcome to our worship this morning! At St Luke’s we seek to share God’s unconditional love and acceptance of all people, regardless of age, gender, race, marital or family status, sexual orientation, disability or wealth. Preacher & Celebrant:             Fr. Philip Bradford Welcomers Today:                   Graham & Suzanne Campton Next week:                             …