St Luke's Church, Sheen

Though the congregation Sunday-by-Sunday is small, it is swelled by people from a wide area for important services.  The congregation seek to be hospitable to all, and so, realising that there isn't a cafe in the village, have made tea and coffee making facilities available in the newly-refurbished kitchen in the room under the tower.

The bell tower has a full peal of bells, and a regular team of ringers who meet to practice during the week and to ring for services when possible.

St Luke's is an ancient foundation, but the present building dates from Victorian times, when the church, school room, teachers house, and vicarage were all built around a pleasent little square.

Planning your visit:

  • services usually take place on the 1st and 3rd Sundays of each month, but check the rota (see 'downloads')

  • services are normally from Common Worship

  • the church is generally open every day during daylight hours

  • there is no indoor lavatory, but one is available in the Village Hall next door

  • there is a car park in front of the church, belonging to the Village Hall

  • there is a small (1") step at the front door, then level access to the Nave.  There is a step up in to the Chancel

  • there are tea and coffee making facilites in the kitchen under the tower if you are visiting when there is no service

  • there are usually refreshments after Sunday services

  • the post code for Sat Nav is:  SK17 0HR

Text and photographs © 2019 The Longnor Benefice/Fr John Baines.

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