Church of England Diocese of London St. John the Baptist and St. Luke the Evangelist, Clay Hill

About Us

St Luke's is one of two churches that make up the parish of Clay Hill, just to the north of Enfield.  Our stunning red-brick church building is nestled between the busy suburbia around Lancaster Road to the south, and the idyllic Hilly Fields Park across the road to the north, which signals where London starts to melt away into countryside.

We are a friendly community, striving to know more about God and His love for us, and in so doing, show that love to the world.

Everyone is hugely welcome - whether you're young or old, a lifelong church goer or just a bit curious.

For information about how we are worshipping whilst the COVID-19 pandemic continues, please go to our website at http://www.clayhillparish.org.uk/corona.htm

Our other parish church is St John's, which is just across Hilly Fields Park on Strayfield Road, and services are shared across the two locations.  Our regular pattern of services for the month would normally look like this - for more information, see the Services tab on the left of your screen.

Sunday 1st March - First Sunday of Lent
10.30am All-Age Holy Communion - St Luke's
6pm Evening Prayer - St John's Jean Price Hall

Sunday 8th March - Second Sunday of Lent
9am Sung Holy Communion - St John's (with Junior Church)
10.30am Sung Holy Communion - St Luke's (with Junior Church)
6pm Evening Prayer - St John's Jean Price Hall

Sunday 15th March
8.00am Said Holy Communion - St John's
9.30am Children's Service - St John's
10.30am Sung Holy Communion - St Luke's
6.30pm Joint Evening Prayer - Lancaster Road United Reformed Church

Sunday 22nd March - Mothering Sunday
9.00am Sung Holy Communion - St John's
10.30am Sung Holy Communion - St Luke's (with Junior Church)
6pm Evening Prayer - St John's Jean Price Hall

Sunday 29th March - Fifth Sunday of Lent
9.00am Sung Holy Communion - St John's
10.30am Sung Holy Communion - St Luke's
6pm Evening Prayer - St John's Jean Price Hall

As you can see, most of the services centre around Holy Communion, where we share the bread and wine that become for us the body and blood of Jesus.  Anyone who would normally receive Communion in their own church is welcome to do so here, but you don't have to join in with that part of the service if you're new or not sure what it's all about.  The services also tend to feature some traditional hymns, and teaching which aims to be inspiring and relevant to our lives as Christians.

We'd love to see you sometime!