October News Sheet

Thanks to Mike Currie and a number of contributors, please find this month’s news sheet on the link below.  Rev. Paul Stephens shares some great insights on St Luke the evangelist (and healer) after who our congregation is named.

News sheet Oct 2021 (pdf)

Remember to send your stories and news for next month to Mike at news@stlukesuca.org.au by 27 October.

Messy Church Picnic – Sunday 31 Jan at 12:30pm

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Our Messy Church family and friends picnic (postponed from December) is to be held this weekend.

Where:  Drewan Park near the Wandana Heights Lookout (which used to be known as the Ceres Lookout), just up the hill from St Luke’s church.  

When: 12:30pm on Sunday 31 January 2021

What to bring: Everything  for a picnic (food, drink, tables, chair, rugs, kid’s games…)


Who can come: Young and older – you just need to come with an open heart to have fun and be inspired.

NOTE: COVID SAFE REQUIREMENTS APPLY … PLEASE PLAN TO PHYSICALLY DISTANCE, AND WEAR MASKS WHEN THIS IS NOT POSSIBLE.  If you are feeling unwell, let us know and we’ll be thinking of you, but please don’t come – see your doctor or get tested if you have COVID symptoms.




Weekly Update Sunday 23rd February 2020

It’s been a very busy few weeks at St Luke’s!  Sadly some of the busyness has been due to the funerals of two much loved saints of the church – Glad Beckham and Alf Swan.  We will sorely miss their kindness, friendship and wise experience from our community, and we are so grateful to have had them as part of the life and leadership of St Luke’s Highton for many years.  Go well, Glad and Alf – we’ll see you on the other side!


Here is the update for this week:

Weekly Update Sunday February 23 2020

Lent is about to begin – join us for Uniting World’s Lent event in 2020