Music plays a key role in worship at St Luke’s. The main areas in our musical life are The Worship Group, St Luke’s Singers and the Orchestra.
The Worship Group
A group of instrumentalists and singers who meet to pray and rehearse and lead the congregation in songs of worship at the main services and other meetings. This group draws on a large pool of musicians and is not restricted to a select few, or by age group, or those of a high ability. Commitment and a heart for worship is more important.
St Luke’s Singers
An informal choir which meets periodically to rehearse a wide range of choral music, madrigals, spirituals and carols, etc. These are sung at some of the main church services.
Once or twice a term those who can play or who are learning a musical instrument are invited to help lead songs and hymns at one of our All Age services. The arrangements are not difficult and anyone of about grade 3 standard upwards will be welcome.
Children’s Groups Worship
An informal group of people who help lead songs of worship in our children’s groups.
If you would like to become involved with the music at St Luke’s please contact the church office.