Welcome to St Luke’s!
Here is some key information you might be looking for:
Sunday services are at 9:30am in person at the St Luke’s buildings. The services is also livestreamed when possible to our YouTube channel for those unable to attend, and can be viewed later in the week once the recording is uploaded.
Join us for worship on YouTube here:
Church services no longer have restrictions on numbers or requirements to show vaccination status.
Our buildings are now open for regular users in line with the Victorian Government Roadmap through the COVID-19 pandemic.
Check the events calendar for all current information on St Luke’s activities and events.
St Luke’s Online
On Wednesdays at 8am we gather on Zoom for prayer time together. If you would like to come, please email email@example.com for the link to join.
Join us for worship on YouTube here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJAL8289CyXTVBd-Y8dvT6Q
Here is our Facebook page
For a shared conversation online you can join our St Luke’s Members and Friends group
Connect with us
Fill out our connect form here and a friendly person from our congregation will be in touch according to your interests.
New to the Uniting Church?
You might like to watch this video for a 7 minute introduction –
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Groups that operate from our facilities
About St Luke’s
St. Luke’s aims to be a warm and welcoming “all age” faith community that is passionate about engaging with the people around us and the world we live in. We believe in kindness and faith in action!
Worship services happen weekly on Sunday mornings, and monthly gatherings include Messy church for all ages, House church for the more intellectually minded person, and a mid-week service especially for folk who find it difficult to get to weekly Sunday services.
Our community activities include helping newly arrived immigrants settle into the Geelong area; a well attended Mens’ Shed, open to all; and a monthly Repair Cafe organised by our Environment Action Group.
We are also building our knowledge of Mental Health and Wellbeing as we support people in our own community and our wider community of Highton and surrounds.
Through our Men’s Shed, Community garage sales and Refugee support, we’re able to ensure that furniture and goods otherwise destined for landfill are repaired in good order and distributed to people who arrive in Geelong with nothing but the clothes they wear.
We welcome volunteers and the spiritually curious – anyone in search of a place to belong – if you’d like to chat to someone, please contact us on 5244 2997.
Please take the time to explore our website and get to know us better.
- Church office: 5244 2997 (Answering machine checked daily)
- Reverend Paul Stephens
- Refugee family support: Shaghek Qassabyan