Facilities and features


3 Toilets, one for disabled.

Baby Changing Facilities

Street Parking

Accessible Toilet
Ramped entrance
Hearing (induction) Loop
Large Print
Assistance Dogs

Our Building

Beautiful Rose Window and a fine set of pictorial windows.

Grade 2* listed. An impressive building, dedicated in 1868 with beautiful furnishings and fittings. Notably a finely crafted oak altar and a white altar frontal made by the Clewer Sisters of Mercy which has recently been refurbished. Local Marble was used in the pulpit and the font and to ornament the chancel and sanctuary and there are excellent examples of ironwork.

Music and Worship

St. Luke's has the heaviest peel of 8 bells in the county cast by Taylors of Loughborough.

St. Luke's is available to book for concerts, please contact the Churchwardens.

St. Luke's has a fine 3 manual Abbott Organ built in 1881,

Groups, Courses and Activities

Friendship Group and a House Group.

Lent Course

Regular social events are held including a Christmas and Spring/Summer Fair and other events in between. See notice board.

Help for Visitors

Excellent guide book published in 2008

At the moment only for services.

Other Features

Urban Priority Area