New to St Lukes Watford?

St Lukes Watford – a welcoming church

Here’s what you can expect and what you should know…

We’re welcoming. People often tell us that we’re good at welcoming visitors and new people. You will be greeted at the door by a member of the welcoming team who will show you into the church and make sure that you have everything you need for worship and that you are comfortable. Inside the church sanctuary you will be offered a notice sheet by the steward and, if required, guided to a seat.


Children are very welcome at St Luke’s and the first part of the worship service is for all ages. Except for All Age Worship, children are encouraged to leave during the main 10.30am service to attend children and youth sessions with our youth leadership team. A crêche is also available throughout the services and has a video and audio link to the church sanctuary so that parents/carers don’t miss a thing!

Hearing aid loop etc

St Luke’s uses projection equipment for displaying the words to worship songs and hymns as well as the Bible readings. Please let the stewards know if you would prefer a Bible to read from. The church is also equipped with a hearing aid loop and all our leaders, preachers and singers use microphones. Large print copies of the songs are available at the morning services.

Coffee and tea after church

Drinks are served in the Church Hall after the morning service. This is a well ventilated space.


As well as the 10.30 service there is a 6:30pm evening service. Please see the page on worship times for more details.


St Luke’s is fully accessible to wheelchair users and includes a lift for access to the upstairs meeting rooms.


There are car parking facilities at St Luke’s and parking is available in the streets around the church on Sundays but there are parking restrictions enforced during the week in the day time. Please take note of any restrictions when using street parking.