Chapel of St Luke (University Chapel), Exeter

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The Chapel of St Luke serves the staff and students of the University of Exeter, as well as the wider community.

The Community of St Luke is a community of people who wish to be formed in the deep wisdom of Jesus Christ. It was inaugurated and blessed by the Bishop of Exeter in 2012. We seek to be transformed through relationship and dialogue and follow a way of Prayer, Study, Hospitality and Compassion. The Community of St Luke has a distinct role to reach out to those beyond the University walls, through open access to services, lectures, events and resources.

The chapel was consecrated in 1863 as the place of worship for the Church of England Training College. It was destroyed during the bombing raids of 1942 before being rebuilt and rededicated in 1952. The chapel was reordered and refitted in 1998 in a warm and contemporary style.

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Revd Hannah Alderson
The Community of St Luke
The Chapel, North Cloisters
St Luke's Campus,
University of Exeter
(01392) 724804 (Revd Hannah Alderson (St Luke's Anglican Chaplain))

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Sunday

Holy Communion service
A contemplative communion service featuring music and chants, readings, prayers, reflective silence (in which prayers are offered with incense) and the Eucharist. The service is followed by a soup and roll lunch and a discussion of the gospel passage (although often we deviate onto any number of topics!).
Every Sunday at 11:30 AM for 1 hour
Incense

Monday

Morning Prayer
A peaceful way to start the working day, morning prayer is part of the daily rhythm of prayer and worship at St Luke's Chapel. It includes a psalm, Bible readings, responses and prayers, and is followed by tea and biscuits at the back of the chapel for anyone who does not have work or lectures immediately afterwards.
Term time only
Every Monday at 8:15 AM for 25 minutes
Refreshments Common Worship

Wednesday

Morning Prayer
A peaceful way to start the working day, morning prayer is part of the daily rhythm of prayer and worship at St Luke's Chapel. It includes a psalm, Bible readings, responses and prayers, and is followed by tea and biscuits at the back of the chapel for anyone who does not have work or lectures immediately afterwards.
Term time only
Every Wednesday at 8:15 AM for 25 minutes
Refreshments Common Worship

Thursday

Morning Prayer
A peaceful way to start the working day, morning prayer is part of the daily rhythm of prayer and worship at St Luke's Chapel. It includes a psalm, Bible readings, responses and prayers, and is followed by tea and biscuits at the back of the chapel for anyone who does not have work or lectures immediately afterwards.
Term time only
Every Thursday at 8:15 AM for 25 minutes
Refreshments Common Worship

Friday

Morning Prayer
A peaceful way to start the working day, morning prayer is part of the daily rhythm of prayer and worship at St Luke's Chapel. It includes a psalm, Bible readings, responses and prayers, and is followed by tea and biscuits at the back of the chapel for anyone who does not have work or lectures immediately afterwards.
Term time only
Every Friday at 8:15 AM for 25 minutes
Refreshments Common Worship

Features

Toilets

Wheelchair accessible toilets

Designated wider space(s) for people with a disabled parking badge
Stained Glass
Organ
Other information
A Church Near You ID (venue number): 19792
Built: 1863
Style of worship: Modern Catholic
Archdeaconry: EXETER (151)
Deanery: CHRISTIANITY (15103)
Parish Legal Name: St. Sidwell and St. Matthew Exeter (150080 )
Short URL: acny.uk/19792/
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The current editor is: Hannah Alderson

This page was last updated on Friday 4th November 2016
 
 
 
Chapel of St Luke (University Chapel) : Heavitree Road, Exeter, Devon, EX1 2LU - St Luke's Campus, University of Exeter, Heavitree Road

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