St Luke, Stone Cross
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St Lukes is a small church built in the 1920s. It sadly became derelict in 1974 and stood unused and unloved until 1988 when, because of intensive local housing development, it was re-opened. St Luke's is now a thriving, lively church, worshipping in an inclusive modern catholic tradition. We have a wide age range of worshippers with children and families being especially welcome and welcomed. We are particularly proud of our excellent congregational singing and warm, welcoming atmosphere.
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