St. Luke's Church

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Pets Service and Blessing of the Animals at St Luke's at 9.30 a.m. on Sunday 2nd October 2022

2 Oct 2022, 9:30 a.m. for 45m
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Every pet and everybody are welcome at St Luke's on Sunday 2nd October as we hold a very special service. This Sunday we celebrate the part that pets play in our lives, past and present. You can bring your pet along for a blessing as we give thanks for them all, whether they are still with us or whether now only in happy memories. The service will be streamed live so there is the opportunity for your pet to appear on the world stage!

Whether you come along in person or watch online, you will be very welcome. You can watch on our dedicated website at, on YouTube or on Facebook. A recording will be available on those platforms immediately after the service and on these A Church Near You pages by around Tuesday (once YouTube has processed it).

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