Christmas can be a very sad and lonely time for many. For those who have so little it can be hard to find and joy or sparkle during the festive season. The Luke’s Santa’s Hampers were originally started by Anne
Has it really been over a year since I started working at St Luke’s? Firstly, I want to thank everyone for the welcome I have received and still feel on a daily basis. It has been wonderful to make new
On Saturday 25th September a group of creative ladies gathered together for a morning of fun, friendship and craft. We started by sharing a delicious continental breakfast in the gathering area, which was a lovely opportunity to sit and chat
Well, I had the great pleasure of (in my imagination) ‘sitting next’ to my dear friend Philemon, the Manager, this week, having a chat just like the old days! He was in his KC office informing me of the latest
We have just received some pictures from the school headmaster, Rev Benon, showing the progress on the new teachers’ accommodation block at Kamuganguzi School in Uganda We have just received some pictures from the school headmaster, Rev Benon, showing the
One of my favourite picture books of all time is by a Dutch artist Rien Poortvliet, and is simply titled ‘Noah’s Ark’. Through a series of sumptuous wildlife observations, the artist ponders the breath-taking creativity of God as seen through
Elijah said unto her, Fear not; go and do as thou hast said: but make me thereof a little cake first, and bring it unto me, and after make for thee and for thy son. 1Kings 17:1 250 grams of
It is now almost 10 years since St Luke’s first links with Malawi were made and here is an opportunity to share with church members some background to the project, what has been achieved so far, some thoughts and experiences.
Jeremy Cooke One of the certainties we have all experienced over the last 14 months is uncertainty itself. We seem to be coming out of the dark period of lockdown restrictions, but are we? Yes, or is it no,? Cautious
The eagle in flight is a sight to behold! Its wings can be 2 metres across and it has been found flying 10,000 feet up in the sky. When hunting, an eagle can fly up to 120 mph and when
Fourteen members of St Luke’s Cameo (plus one honorary member), visited the Savill Garden on 10th June. The rhododendrons, roses and many wild flowers were in bloom. God’s creation in perfection.Weather, traffic and company were also perfect.A perfect day out.