Church of England Diocese of Rochester St. Luke, New Brompton

These events occur regularly throughout the calendar year.


Holy Communion at St. Augustine's

Every Thursday at 9:30 a.m. for 30m

St. Augustine's Church
Rock Avenue,

We have a number of connections with St. Augustine's, and they welcome us to their Thursday morning service of Holy Communion whilst we are unable to have any regular mid-week worship at St. Luke's.

All age/Family Refreshments Eucharist/Holy Communion Common Worship Event held in a Chapel

Art Group

Every Monday at 10:30 a.m. for 2hr

Virginia Road

An informal Arts and Crafts Group, meeting in the Vestry (enter through the main Church door in Virginia Road). All welcome, whether beginner or expert! Contact Lay Reader Ernie Gray on 01634 314604 for further details, or just call in on any Monday morning (apart from Bank Holiday Mondays, and during August).

The Art Group is having a Christmas break, and will NOT be meeting on 24th or 31st December.

Refreshments Family Friendly Community event Voluntary group

Holy Communion in the Lady Chapel

Every Saturday at 9:30 a.m. for 30m

Virginia Road

A said service which takes place every Saturday morning. On the first Saturday each month it is a Cell Mass of Our Lady of Walsingham, and on the third Saturday it is a Requiem for the faithful departed of that particular month (although this pattern may occasionally be altered). The church is open for coffee, a chat, private prayer, or just a look around until 12 noon. (N.B. If no priest is available, the service may take the form of lay-led Communion from the Reserved Sacrament, or, if only one or two are present, simple Morning Prayer).

Refreshments Eucharist/Holy Communion Common Worship Event held in a Chapel

Parish Mass

Every Sunday at 10:30 a.m. for 1hr

Virginia Road

Our main act of worship each week, when we gather to hear God's Word proclaimed, and to receive Holy Communion. We use the modern-language form of service, with a modicum of traditional Catholic ceremonial to foster a sense of the mystery of the Mass. We sing a mixture of traditional and more modern hymns, together with a simple congregational Mass setting, led by our cantor(s) and volunteer organist. Children and young people are encouraged to stay for the whole service, as it is not possible to have a separate Sunday School at present. For young families, there is a carpeted 'safe space' especially for them, with room to move around, soft toys, and plenty of colouring materials.

The Ministry of Christian Healing with the Laying on of Hands and Anointing with Holy Oil is available (in the Lady Chapel) immediately after the Parish Mass on the first Sunday each month, or at other times by arrangement with the Lay Readers. This short liturgy uses the Office Book of the Society of Saint Francis, which is fully authorised by the Church of England.

Refreshments Eucharist/Holy Communion Common Worship Family Friendly Incense Music Hymns Singing

St Luke's at Prospect Place (NEXT SERVICE IS ON FRIDAY 4th JANUARY 2019)

Every First Friday at 2:30 p.m. for 30m

Prospect Place
Blake Avenue

This informal service - usually a Mass/Eucharist/Holy Communion, but sometimes lay-led (with Communion from the Reserved Sacrament), or a simple service of prayer - is held in the Residents' Lounge at Prospect Place, Blake Avenue, Gillingham, ME7 1FX.

Residents, families, friends, and staff of Prospect Place, along with anybody else who would like to attend, are all welcome. It's part of our involvement in the new Mission Initiative 'Reach @ Gillingham Pier' - you can find further details of this by clicking on item 2 '@Reach @ Gillingham Pier'on the 'About Us' column on the left of this page.

Tasty refreshments are usually available after the service, including wine...

Refreshments Eucharist/Holy Communion Common Worship Fresh Expression of Church Prayers Music Hymns Community event Event held in a Community Space