Come join us for our Sunday Gathering, this is a space where we get together to encounter God, spend time together, and remember the story we are apart of.  Sunday Gathering is a low key place where we put an emphasis on hospitality and welcome, worship, communion, and listening to the Scriptures.
Sunday Gatherings happens every 1st and 3rd Sunday of the month at St Luke’s Hub, 25A Wincott Street, SE11 4NT  at 5:00 pm for cake and drinks and 5:30pm Service.  Everyone is welcome.
1st & 3rd Sundays

Come join us for our Sunday Gathering every 1st and 3rd Sunday of the month at St Luke’s Hub, 25A Wincott Street, SE11 4NT at 5:00pm for cake and drinks and 5:30pm Service. Everyone is welcome.

On the Sundays we don’t meet for a Sunday gathering we have #othersundays.  We do lots of different things like visiting other churches, prayer walking, being generosity to people, serving our city and eat and drinking together. Check out What’s On for more information.

2nd & 4th Sundays

On the Sundays we don’t meet for a Sunday gathering we have #othersundays.  We do lots of different things like visiting other churches, prayer walking, being generosity to people, serving our city and eat and drinking together. Check out What’s On for more information.

What's been happening?

Back in the Autumn, I had an encounter with Psalm 23 – you know, one of those times when the same Bible passage comes up again and again in seemingly unconnected ways. The Psalm came up in my daily reading app and in a podcast. I was pleased – Psalm 23 is a beaut – full of reminders to rest, of the Father’s provision and of his gentle Holy Spirit restoring and protecting us. I thanked God and continued with my daily life. A few days later I was on a bus – lurching unceremoniously through rush-hour traffic. Turning my head to look through the rain-splattered window, I noticed we’d stopped in front of an African food shop. In the window, a large poster with, you guessed it – the words from Psalm 23.

This was getting freaky. I know that God has a habit of saying the same thing over and over when I haven%9

Every season brings endings and beginnings. The sense of new starts we get every January at New Year and in September, the marking of the beginning of winter when the clocks go back. Marking the seasons as they pass and the changing seasons of our own lives by taking a day on retreat allows us to step back, take stock, lament what is lost, be grateful for what we have, and to dream a little about the future.

 

Each of us has a unique set of skills, experience, knowledge , and talent to use. The practise of obedience is our own deep yes to God. What is the task that we have been called to for this moment? What have we available to us to use for the good of others? How can we follow the example of Jesus in the world? Answering these questions in every season allows us to give our best to better our world.

The Irish poet John O’Donohue said:

‘Everyone is involved whether they like it or not in the construction of their world. So, it’s never as given as it actually looks; you are always shaping it and building it. And I feel that from that perspective, that each of us is an artist.’

We are looking for ways where we can play a part in the positive construction of our world, to shape and build it for the benefit of others. We consider this to be the meaning of justice.


Collectively we are seeking justice in the arena of food poverty, and as such are lending our skills, time, and/or money to the work of local food banks in Vauxhall, Brixton, and Roehampton.