Life is better together. And no wonder - we were made for community.
 

At St Luke's, there's a group for everyone: looking for community or looking for answers, singles and single parents, couples and families, babies and retirees.


Clomama playgroup

Clomama Movers is a mums and kids music group. It's a special time each Wednesday for mums to build friendships and share encouragement and advice, with lots of fun for the kids with singing, dancing and play activities.

Mums with kids from around 18 months to pre-school age are welcome to attend. Please bring morning tea for your child and we will provide morning tea and coffee for the mamas!

Wednesdays  |  10am-11.30am  |  School terms in the church hall | $50 one child, $80 two children

Contact us for more info or enrol your child on the waiting list for next term.


Exploring Christianity

We all get one life to live. What's it all about?

We offer a variety of 'Exploring Christianity' courses to consider who Jesus is and how he makes sense of life. Over coffee & supper, each session looks at a DVD presentation then has time for discussion, where you can say as much or as little as you like. 

Whether you're a convinced skeptic or a committed Christian, why not join us for the Introductory Night of the next course? Register your interest for the next course >

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Community Groups

These groups are smaller communities within our church community, meeting across the eastern suburbs. Friends for the journey. Trying to do life together. To grow in ways we'd never grow on our own. 

Each group has its own flavour, but all our groups look at the Bible to find our place in God's story, support each other, seek God and pray for our world, and find ways to love our wider community.

To join a group in 2017, signup here.

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Young Workers

There's quite a crew of young workers at St Luke's now, and once a month they head out for dinner after our 4pm gathering. Our Community Groups [see above] are a place to do life with all sorts of people in all sorts of stages: both young workers and those who've been there before, made the mistakes and maybe even learnt a thing or two to pass on.


Groups for Kids & Youth

More info about activities for kids, youth and families here >