Our Vision

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

Kingston: St Luke

Kingston Deanery

Address

Gibbon Road
Kingston-upon-Thames
Surrey KT2 6AB

Location map

Parish website

External photo

Parish Contacts

Rev Martin Hislop (Vicar)

St Luke's Vicarage
4 Burton Road
Kingston
Surrey KT2 5TE

Tel: 020-8546 4064
Fax: 020-8974 8079
E-mail: mhislop@btinternet.com

Parish website: www.stlukeskingston.co.uk

Sunday Services

8am Mass (Prayer Book)
9.30am Teddy Bears Service (3rd Sunday only)
10.30am Sung Mass
6pm Evensong & Benediction

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

Information

Patron: Bishop of Southwark

Population (2001 census): 6,386
Urban Priority Area: No

Deanery: Kingston

Archdeaconry: Wandsworth

Episcopal Area: Kingston

Diocesan Record Office: Surrey History Centre

Introduction to parish

Established as a parish in the 1880s in the Tractarian or Anglo-Catholic Tradition, St Luke's continues to be faithful to that Catholic inheritance. Gospel preaching and excellence in catholic worship form the foundation for witness and outreach. The parish is responding to the growing number of young families by introducing additional children and family services as well as developing links with St Luke's Primary School. The parish has taken Resolutions A, B & C under the Act of Synod and is under the Extended Episcopal Care of the Bishop of Fulham.

Details of Church

Internal photoBuilt: 1889
Architect: Kelly & Birchall
Listing: not listed

The church was built in 1889, extended and altered in 1895 and again later by the conversion of the then vestry to a chapel, with the addition of a choir vestry, small hall, and servers' vestry.

The church is built of soft red brick which is exposed internally and externally. There are special feature bricks to the outside with stone window dressings. Internally the brickwork is broken up by simple detached stone columns, with stone pillars of clustered shafts to the lower part of the nave which break back to brickwork from the springing of the arches.

The church consists of a nave of five bays running east-west, and a chancel with a seven sided apse forming the sanctuary at the east end. There are aisles to the north and south, with a tower at the north-east corner. There is a Lady Chapel, and separate vestries for the priest, choir, and servers.