Remembrance 2018


Here at St Luke’s we join with churches and other organisations across Great Britain and her Islands, proudly supporting There But Not There, commemorating the Fallen of the First World War. In this, the 100th anniversary year of the war’s ending and the return of peace to a ravaged and broken planet we remember the Fallen and those who stand to defend us still.

We are asking people to donate £50 so that St Luke’s can purchase some of the beautiful artworks that make up this amazing project. These silhouettes, designed to sit in a church pew, are each a memorial to a man that left St Luke’s to fight in the Great War and never returned. Smaller (and much larger) ‘Tommies’ are also available at other prices.

Please see Father Nick, Anne, Gregory or Paddy for more information.

For more information on There But Not There, please visit:












The Royal Foundation’s Armed Forces Programmes – promoting the welfare of those serving their country in the Armed Forces and veterans.

The Commonwealth War Graves Foundation – highlighting the work of the Commonwealth War Graves Commission, funding education and activities to capture the public imagination and commemorating the sacrifices made

Walking With The Wounded – Supporting a pathway for vulnerable veterans to

re-integrate back into society and sustain their independence.

Combat Stress – treating Veterans suffering from PTSD Depression and Anxiety

Help for Heroes – Supporting those affected by their time in the Armed Forces and their loved ones, to help them reach their potential and live fulfilling lives

Project Equinox— Housing Veterans and Medical Students – Plymouth University project to create sheltered housing for 40 single veterans