Our Vision

A people with hearts on fire, loving God, walking with Jesus and led by the Spirit

Eltham Park: St Luke

Eltham & Mottingham Deanery

Address

Westmount Road
(corner of Dumbreck Road)
Eltham Park
London
SE9 1XQ

Location map

Parish website

External photo

Parish Contacts

This parish is currently in a vacancy. Please direct any enquiries to:

The PCC Secretary
c/o 156 Eltham Palace Road
London SE9 5LZ

Parish website:
www.saintlukes-eltham.org.uk

Sunday Services

8.00am Said Mass (Common Worship)
10.00am Sung Mass with Sunday school
(2nd Sunday in the month - youth focus)
6.00 pm Evensong
(2nd Sunday in the month: with Benediction)

Facilities: Disabled access and toilet, induction loop, crèche area

Details of all Sunday and weekday services and activities may be obtained from the parish contacts

Information

Patron: Bishop of Southwark

Population (2001 census): 8,457
Urban Priority Area: No

Deanery: Eltham & Mottingham

Archdeaconry: Lewisham & Greenwich

Episcopal Area: Woolwich

Diocesan Record Office: Greenwich Heritage Centre

Parish Mission Statement

St. Luke’s is a church community worshipping in the Catholic tradition of the Church of England. The church is rooted in a spirituality centered on encountering the living God in Word and Sacrament and the mass, which is celebrated daily, is at the heart of our common life. The church seeks to recognise and celebrate diversity, supporting all in exploring their journey of faith. All are welcome.

Details of Church

Internal photoBuilt: 1906 - 07
Architect: Temple Moore
Listing: grade C

The original church is asymmetrical in design, consisting of a nave and an aisle to its north separated by two pointed arches. The south side is divided into three bays which contained windows.

The whole is roofed over by a steeply pitched tiled roof which comes down low on the north side and centred on the nave.

The south wall and windows were removed in 1934 to form a three-bay arcade and an aisle, Lady Chapel, porch and vestry were added. These have flat roofs finished in lead and asphalt respectively. The church is built of red brick with stone dressings. Internally brick surfaces are rendered. The nave has a timber barrel vaulted ceiling. The floor of the circulation areas is quarry-tiled and in the seating areas it is finished in natural softwood strips.