"Homegroups are good for you..."

Homegroups are a key part of the life and vision of St. Luke's. They are a great way to get to know people and experience church in a smaller scale. Most homegroups meet fortnightly to share, pray and chat about sermons, concerns, the Bible and life in general. Being part of a homegroup can be a very valuable way to deepen your faith and grow in discipleship.


•    In a large church like St Luke’s a homegroup can provide that smaller, more intimate group where you can get to know people better – you can share highs & lows, food & drink, fun & laughter. 

•    It’s a great opportunity to give prayer support to each other, the church and the world in which we live.

•    They provide an opportunity to further explore the Bible - the studies we follow are usually based on the current sermon series.

•    Knowing that you have the support of the group as you go out into the world to live your Christian life can be a great encouragement; whether that is in our work, family, home or neighbourhood. 

•    Those of you who were on the church weekend away last year will have heard our speaker, David Lawrence, extol the virtues of small groups, please ask someone who was there to explain if you weren’t!

There are several homegroups at St Luke’s which meet at different times during the week. If you are interested in joining a group, or just finding out more, please see Sue Harris or Matthew Frankum.