Welcome to St Luke's Hoylake

Worship with us

Join us on Sundays at 10:30am

Our Vision

…to be a growing and inclusive church that mirrors the love of God, as shown in Jesus.

Upcoming events

What to expect at St Luke’s

Sunday Worship

We meet to worship at 10:30am each Sunday and it’s always a joy and a privilege to welcome new faces. Our time together includes preaching and teaching, primarily contemporary music led by our worship band, a sense of expectation as we wait upon the Holy Spirit and time to respond to what God is saying


To be at the heart of our community reflects more than just our location. We aim to be relevant and to make a difference in supporting anyone in the community but we also recognise just how much you want to help us and we are so thankful of your love and support. 


As Methodists we want to make a lifelong commitment to working out what being a Christian means in the whole of our lives, in order to make a real difference in the world – “a discipleship movement shaped for mission”. Life groups, Bible study, new ways of worship together are vital to us living, loving and growing together.

Children and Young people

We believe all children, young people and their family’s matter and they are valued and welcomed here at St Luke’s. We encourage and enable all ages to fully participate in the life of the church so we transform our lives, our church and our community through and for children, young people and their families.

Church Life Events

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Our own Craig leading prayers at Methodist Conference - the service of reception into full connexion. ... See MoreSee Less
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It's LEGO time! LEGO Church is this Sunday at 4pm. Last month was so much fun, we cannot wait for our next session! Bring the whole family for an afternoon of food, fun, and LEGO! (obviously...) #lego #stlukes #familytime ... See MoreSee Less
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During Refugee Week we would like to share some personal journeys with you. So often the refugee crisis is dehumanised so it’s important the wider community understand the stories behind the people. Today we will tell you about Nadia. Nadia is from Syria. She has 6 children and fled the war when her family were left with no choice but to go. They held on for as long as possible. Nadia even gave birth with the noise of shelling close to the hospital. Eventually, their town became the target of bombing, shells and gunfire. Their neighbours were killed and their house destroyed. They fled to Lebanon and lived there for 3 years. Whilst in Lebanon, Nadia’s husband died. Nadia and her children were left devastated and still are to this day. Her family were accepted onto the Syrian Vulnerable Persons Resettlement Scheme and arrived at Manchester Airport in January 2017. Unfortunately, because her eldest son was over 18 he wasn’t permitted to come too. They remain separated. Life in the UK has been tough. They settled into their new home, which they love but they didn’t speak any English when they arrived. This created many barriers in getting the support they needed. Support was so important because three of Nadia’s children have disabilities and have to spend a considerable amount of time in hospital. We know for sure two of her children would no longer be with us if it wasn’t for the expert care they have received at Alder Hey and Arrowe Park Hospital. Nadia has also battled her own health issues which were unexpected, a huge shock and required a considerable amount of time away from her children. H4R volunteers and her friends stepped in to ensure the children could stay at home providing round the clock care. They couldn’t visit because of Covid and this was probably her lowest point. Life for Nadia revolves around hospital appointments for herself and her children but now it also revolves around the amazing work she does with H4R. Having spent so many years cooking for her family, she now cooks for us and is the amazing woman behind our Shawarma events. Her English is improving rapidly as she attends our ESOL classes twice a week. Booking appointments, going to the post office, talking in shops is no longer so overwhelming. She is possibly the most resilient woman we know and it has been a privilege to see her grow in confidence and become a part of the community. Her kids now speak fluent English with a gorgeous Syrian Scouse accent too! ❤️ ... See MoreSee Less
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Fund for Human Need

This year St Luke’s are raising money for the Fund for Human Need.

The Fund for Human need (FHN) is a small Methodist-affiliated charity established in 1960 to relieve poverty and hunger.  Emergency payments (once only, up to a maximum of £120) are made, irrespective of faith, ethnic origin or social group to individuals in the UK. Priority is given to those who are destitute or have no income or benefits, to those who are particularly vulnerable and to those where a small amount of money will make a significant difference.