The Chapel of St Luke

Regular Service Times: Michaelmas Term 2018

This page explains the pattern of worship at St Luke's Chapel

For a simple chronological list of services and events taking place this term, including special events such as the carol service, please see the St Luke's Chapel Term Card for Michaelmas 2018.

A quick guide to services

  • The services listed here are only held during term time.
  • You don't need to be a person of faith or a member of the University to attend; everyone is very welcome – students, staff and members of the public.
  • Services are either:
    • in the Anglican (also known as Church of England) tradition
    • or
    • ecumenical (meaning, different Christian denominations – including Anglican – worshipping together)
    Services can be considered Anglican unless otherwise indicated.

Sunday Services

1st Sunday of the month

Connect@StLuke's (Ecumenical)

  • Supper (7.00pm - 7.30pm)
  • Speaker (7.30pm - 8.30pm)
  • Prayer (8.30pm - 8.45pm)

2nd and 4th Sundays of the month

No service

3rd Sunday of the month

Connect@StLuke's (Ecumenical)

  • Creative Worship (non-Eucharistic) (7.00pm - 7.45pm)
  • Supper and discussion (8.00pm - 9.00pm)

You do not need to attend the creative worship in order to join us for the supper and discussion; likewise please don't feel that if you attend the supper you are expected to stay to listen to the speaker – all are very welcome at either or both. Therefore, please note that these times are approximate – so if arriving for a latter part, it's a good idea to arrive a little early.


Sunday 11th November (a 2nd Sunday) is Remembrance Sunday. On this date:

  • there will be a Remembrance Service led by the Rev'd James Mustard, Canon Precentor of Exeter Cathedral, in Northernhay Gardens at 11am, at which the music will be led by the Chapel Choir.
  • at 7pm in the Mary Harris Chapel on Streatham Campus, the Chapel Choir will be singing a performance of Fauré's Requiem, which will include an act of remembrance.

About Connect@StLuke's

Connect@StLuke's is ecumenical, led by Christian Chaplains from different denominations. It aims to provide a relaxed and inclusive space for worship, food and theological discussion. It is open to people of all faiths and none (you do not need to consider yourself Christian in order to attend).

The service on the 3rd Sunday of the month is non-Eucharistic and non-choral (although there may be a hymn).

Midweek Services


Holy Communion (not choral) 8.00am - 8.30am


  • There will be no Holy Communion on Monday 12th November.