Church of England Diocese of Canterbury Hawkinge, St. Luke

St. Luke's Lighthouse Church, Hawkinge

The Lighthouse Church is a Fresh Expression Church and is part of the Church of England, based in St. Luke’s Church, Hawkinge.

Re-opening the church: we are re-opening the church for Sunday services for a single service at 11am on 21st March. Social distancing is still in force and seating is still restricted. Please email Rob Grinsell (Vicar) to ensure you have a seat.

We will continue to follow the latest guidelines (so we may have to adapt from week to week if things change); you can read more about this here.

Both our Sunday services will continue to be available on-line.

We are publishing updates and other messages here.

We are also online on Facebook and YouTube

Our vision, values and beliefs: Our model of the church is one of a family of people who love and care for each other, seeking to reach our local community with the love of God and the truth of the Bible.

Safeguarding: All our children’s workers and volunteers are DBS checked and trained and we adhere full to the Canterbury Diocesan Safeguarding Policy. There is more information about this on our website.

You're invited

You are very welcome at our Advent and Christmas services and events – bring your family and friends or come along on your own. Whether it will be your first time at church or you have been before, we look forward to welcoming you!

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St. Luke's Lighthouse Church
78 Canterbury Road,
Hawkinge,
Kent

Kent CT18 7BP

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Traditional Communion Service

Occuring
Every Sunday at for 1 hour
Break
Please note that this event will not be taking place between and
Venue
St. Luke's Lighthouse Church, Hawkinge
Address
Canterbury Road Hawkinge Folkestone, CT18 7BP, GB

Like all our services this features excellent in-depth Bible teaching designed to encourage, challenge and build people up in the Christian faith. Everyone is welcome; young or old or just young in heart. If you prefer a more traditional, Anglican approach then this is for you. The service is followed by refreshments and a time to relax. Please note that, although all our Services are aimed at being family friendly and inclusive of children and families, there is no separate provision for children and young people during this service.

With the decline in covid rates we are able to reopen the church on Sunday 21 March. We will be offering one service only on Sunday mornings at 11am.

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