Church of England Diocese of Canterbury Hawkinge, St. Luke

These events occur regularly throughout the calendar year.

Sunday

Traditional service with Holy Communion

Sunday 06 June 2021, Sunday 04 July 2021 at 11 a.m. for 1hr

Canterbury Road
Hawkinge
Folkestone

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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.

We will be alternating between a traditional service with Holy Communion and our Family Service.

Eucharist/Holy Communion
Sunday

Family Service

Sunday 13 June 2021, Sunday 27 June 2021, Sunday 11 July 2021 at 11 a.m. for 1hr

Canterbury Road
Hawkinge
Folkestone

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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.

We will be alternating between a traditional service with Holy Communion and our Family Service.

All age/Family Family Friendly
Sunday

Traditional Communion Service

Every Sunday at 9:15 a.m. for 1hr

Canterbury Road
Hawkinge
Folkestone

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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.

Eucharist/Holy Communion Music Singing Common Worship
Sunday

Lighthouse Family Service

Every Sunday at 11 a.m. for 1hr

Canterbury Road
Hawkinge
Folkestone

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Lighthouse Family Service – Sunday 11am

This is a lively and informal worship service incorporating sung worship, prayer, scripture readings and bible teaching in family-friendly, relevant ways.

Most of these services begin with ‘carpet-time’; an interactive teaching time with the children. This is usually followed by an extended time of praise and worship which children especially encouraged to fully participate with activities including; flag-waving, dancing and singing (which also sometimes feature in the form of worship presentations).
These services also feature excellent in-depth bible teaching for adults, while children go to Lighthouse Kids @11 (where they learn about Christian life through through bible stories and a variety of activities) and young people have their own teaching and discipleship class, 412.

A variety of service styles are used for the Lighthouse Family Service, including;
‘table-top service’ – where craft-work is provided for families and friends to work on together on their table-top
‘switch-service’ – where the children stay in the church and it’s the adults who go out to a separate bible-study class
‘all-age service’ – where we celebrate communion together as a family, with children receiving prayers of blessing
‘show & tell’ – where the children bring back demonstrations and examples of what they’ve been working on together to share with the rest of the family.

Fresh Expression of Church Music Singing All age/Family Refreshments Family Friendly