St Luke’s is a charming rural church, nestling quietly among fields, trees and historic farmhouses. It is a often used for weddings and much commended by visitors for its atmosphere, setting and upkeep. Those who like researching old churches will find much to reward a visit, a helpful information leaflet is available within the church for a small donation.
Ullingswick was an Anglo-Saxon settlement and likely to have had a church, although there is no mention of one in the Domesday Book. The present church dates from the 12th Century and bears the signs of additional work down the years to the 20th Century addition of the vestry north of the chancel.