Sunday 27th September 2020

 1. Next Sunday, 4 October, we will be celebrating Harvest. Mass will be offered at 0900 and 1030 as usual. The 1030 Mass will also be live-streamed. At both Masses we will be collecting non-perishable foodstuffs for the Grace Trust and there will also be the opportunity to donate money to Farm Africa’s COVID appeal (cash or card). Please continue to use the online booking system for these Masses. Just visit the website ( ) Should you have any difficulties with the booking form, please email the office on

2. Mass will be offered during the week as follows: Tuesday at 0800 Wednesday at 1000 Thursday at 0800 Saturday at 1000 All will be live-streamed.

3. Young Church will begin again next week during the 1030 Mass! It will indeed be a happy day as we restart our ministry to the younger members of the flock.

4. Christian Climate Action (CCA) is holding an online event on Monday 5 October at 1900 with the intention of raising awareness among Christians of the possibilities of ‘non-violent direct action and public witness, as a way of following Jesus Christ in the face of climate breakdown’. It is hoped that it may prove possible to form a CCA group here in Jersey. If you’re interested in hearing what they have to say, search for Christian Climate Action on the web, click on ‘events’ and scroll down to 5 Oct. Simple!

 5. On St Luke’s Day, 18 October, we’re going to have a parish lunch in the hall! It’ll be properly distanced and sanitised, so all will be well. Please visit our website to book your seat(s) - £10 a ticket for a festival of culinary delights! First come, first served, as numbers will have to be limited to comply with distancing rules.

6. Requests for Prayer may be left via our website. Simply click on the appropriate tab, fill-in your request and press ‘submit’. Your prayer intentions will be offered at the daily Mass. NOTE: if you submit a request, please don’t forget to tell Fr Nick if circumstances change and prayer is no longer required!

7. Fancy making a donation to St Luke’s?! Just head to the website: (