About Us

St. Luke's was built in the early English style of the 13th century, but what we see today is a result of much alteration and renovation over the intervening years.

St. Luke's has several interesting stained glass windows including an owl as part of the large east window. The window is in memory of Reverend George Henry Hales, who was a much loved, feared and respected rector - who also held the world hammer throwing record for 22years.

When the organ was removed, it allowed a very vibrant colourful  stained glass window to be seen again, which had been hidden from view for over one hundred years.

There is a good selection of  books and jigsaws for sale.

Every Thursday there is a coffee morning 10am - 11am. All welcome.

If you are looking for burials in the churchyard, there is a plan along with details of the headstones with their memorials.

Researching your family history why not visit www.stickneyhistory.co.uk. Here you can find lot of information about the village and the people who once lived there.