Despite music, dance, and entertainment, this year’s St Luke’s Church summer fair will be remembered for the sun, fun, and smiles, says Andrew Burdett.
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After the second concert of the church’s 2015 Music Festival, St Luke’s (Maidenhead) vicar Sally Lynch said In Voice And Verse had “brought Shakespeare to life”.
Making a welcome return after a couple of years amiss, the latest January social evening at St Luke’s took the form of a ceilidh. Andrew Burdett put on his dancing shoes.
At the St Luke’s Church vicarage, Revd Sally hosted a garden party this afternoon to raise funds for the church. With a glass of Prosecco on arrival, the event had been given a ‘Glitz and Glamour’ theme, and many of the attendees had dressed up for the afternoon.
As the town’s Christians united for Maidenhead’s annual Walk of Witness, St Luke’s own Sally Lynch led prayers on the High Street.
At the end of the St Luke’s Christmas Tree Festival, it’s wonderful to have welcomed such a range of people. Young people. Old people. Sunday-morning regulars. People who’d never stepped foot in St Luke’s before. All had come to admire the Christmas trees on display.
Keep reading to watch a video of congregation members promoting St Luke’s 2012 Christmas Tree Festival. Following the success of last year’s inaugural Christmas Tree Festival at St Luke’s, which saw the church filled...
Continuing a tradition started several years ago, we at St Luke’s enjoyed the first of three communal ‘Lent Lunches’ after the 10:00am Eucharist service this morning. Operating on a ‘bring and share’ system, there...