Registered Charity Number 1151418
Welcome to St John’s & St Luke’s Clay Hill. It’s great to have you here. We’re a community on the northern edge of Enfield, seeking to grow in the faith and love of Jesus Christ. Have a look around or, even better, come and see us sometime.
News for Sunday 20th January Annual Stewardship Review The annual review of the Parish Stewardship Scheme starts today. This year’s review is particularly important as we need to replace pledges of several members who had to leave the Scheme last year. The Scheme provides around one third of parish income and supports the life and activities of our two churches, the maintenance of our buildings and the ministry costs of having a full-time Vicar. In 2018, the parish needed £287 every day to meet those costs. If you are already in the scheme or a regular member of one of our congregations, there should be a letter for you from the vicar with information about the scheme at the back of the church. If there isn’t, please talk to either the Stewardship Recorder, Marion Berry, or the Vicar. All pledges should be returned by the end of February 2018. Winter Night Shelter, St Luke’s, Friday Nights from 4th Jan The night shelter will run for 14 weeks this year; volunteers are needed as well as donations. Please see seperate notices or speak to Peter LIvermore or John Rhatigan. The 100 Club is looking for new members for 2019 For £2 per month, you can be entered into the monthly draw with a chance to win one of four prizes £40, £20, £10, £5. Proceeds are split betwen prize money and parish funds, to join, or renew membership, please contact Dave Young. Soup Lunch, Wednesday 6th February, 1pm, Jean Price Hall All proceeds will go to the Night Shelter.

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The PCC of our parish of St John and St Luke, Clay Hill values your privacy and wants you to understand the choices and control you have over any information that we may hold about you. To help explain those choices and give you that control, please read our parish Privacy Notice which take into account the new requirements of the GDPR. Click here to download our Privacy Notice.
Principal Services Sunday 20th Jan – Third Sunday of Epiphany 08.00am Said Eucharist St John’s 09.30am Children’s Service St John’s 10.30am Sung Eucharist St Luke’s 4.00pm Town Churches Christian Unity Trinity Church We have other services throughout the week, which can be found here

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Registered Charity Number 1151418
News for Sunday 20th January Annual Stewardship Review The annual review of the Parish Stewardship Scheme starts today. This year’s review is particularly important as we need to replace pledges of several members who had to leave the Scheme last year. The Scheme provides around one third of parish income and supports the life and activities of our two churches, the maintenance of our buildings and the ministry costs of having a full-time Vicar. In 2018, the parish needed £287 every day to meet those costs. If you are already in the scheme or a regular member of one of our congregations, there should be a letter for you from the vicar with information about the scheme at the back of the church. If there isn’t, please talk to either the Stewardship Recorder, Marion Berry, or the Vicar. All pledges should be returned by the end of February 2018. Winter Night Shelter, St Luke’s, Friday Nights from 4th Jan The night shelter will run for 14 weeks this year; volunteers are needed as well as donations. Please see seperate notices or speak to Peter LIvermore or John Rhatigan. The 100 Club is looking for new members for 2019 For £2 per month, you can be entered into the monthly draw with a chance to win one of four prizes £40, £20, £10, £5. Proceeds are split betwen prize money and parish funds, to join, or renew membership, please contact Dave Young. Soup Lunch, Wednesday 6th February, 1pm, Jean Price Hall All proceeds will go to the Night Shelter.
Welcome to St John’s & St Luke’s Clay Hill. It’s great to have you here. We’re a community on the northern edge of Enfield, seeking to grow in the faith and love of Jesus Christ. Have a look around or, even better, come and see us sometime.
Principal Services Sunday 20th Jan – Third Sunday of Epiphany 08.00am Said Eucharist St John’s 09.30am Children’s Service St John’s 10.30am Sung Eucharist St Luke’s 4.00pm Town Churches Christian Unity Trinity Church We have other services throughout the week, which can be found here
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General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)

Your privacy is important to us

The PCC of our parish of St John and St Luke, Clay Hill values your privacy and wants you to understand the choices and control you have over any information that we may hold about you. To help explain those choices and give you that control, please read our parish Privacy Notice which take into account the new requirements of the GDPR. Click here to download our Privacy Notice.

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Registered Charity Number 1151418
Welcome to St John’s & St Luke’s Clay Hill. It’s great to have you here. We’re a community on the northern edge of Enfield, seeking to grow in the faith and love of Jesus Christ. Have a look around or, even better, come and see us sometime.
Principal Services Sunday 20th Jan – Third Sunday of Epiphany 08.00am Said Eucharist St John’s 09.30am Children’s Service St John’s 10.30am Sung Eucharist St Luke’s 4.00pm Town Churches Christian Unity Trinity Church We have other services throughout the week, which can be found here

General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)

Your privacy is important to us

The PCC of our parish of St John and St Luke, Clay Hill values your privacy and wants you to understand the choices and control you have over any information that we may hold about you. To help explain those choices and give you that control, please read our parish Privacy Notice which take into account the new requirements of the GDPR. Click here to download our Privacy Notice.
News for Sunday 20th January Annual Stewardship Review The annual review of the Parish Stewardship Scheme starts today. This year’s review is particularly important as we need to replace pledges of several members who had to leave the Scheme last year. The Scheme provides around one third of parish income and supports the life and activities of our two churches, the maintenance of our buildings and the ministry costs of having a full-time Vicar. In 2018, the parish needed £287 every day to meet those costs. If you are already in the scheme or a regular member of one of our congregations, there should be a letter for you from the vicar with information about the scheme at the back of the church. If there isn’t, please talk to either the Stewardship Recorder, Marion Berry, or the Vicar. All pledges should be returned by the end of February 2018. Winter Night Shelter, St Luke’s, Friday Nights from 4th Jan The night shelter will run for 14 weeks this year; volunteers are needed as well as donations. Please see seperate notices or speak to Peter LIvermore or John Rhatigan. The 100 Club is looking for new members for 2019 For £2 per month, you can be entered into the monthly draw with a chance to win one of four prizes £40, £20, £10, £5. Proceeds are split betwen prize money and parish funds, to join, or renew membership, please contact Dave Young. Soup Lunch, Wednesday 6th February, 1pm, Jean Price Hall All proceeds will go to the Night Shelter.

Need a Venue?

Our Churches and Halls are available to hire

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