History of Buildings

The Church Building was built in 1871 using Reigate Stone. 

A more detailed history of the church is being written and will appear here soon.

Building Project

Although a small vestible with a small room, water and toilets was built in the 1960s, the church buildings were very inadequate for a busy church community trying to use its buildings for lots of activities. In 2010 St Peter's Church Building in Doversgreen was sold and the money used to help build an Annex onto the West End of St Luke's Church. The money from St Peter's has been supplemented by grants from trusts and sacrificial giving from members of the congregation. The New annex was opened by the Bishop of Croydon on 13th December 2015.

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Hiring the Buildings

St Luke's is committed to making our building available to the community to use at cost. Whether you are needing a one off booking or regular use of the facilities, St Luke's could just be the place you are looking for.  People who have hired or are hiring our facilities include wedding receptions, baptism celebrations, birthday parties (from 1yr to 100yrs old!), training sessions, committee meetings, drama groups, lunch groups, circuit training classes, child minding group, pre-school drop in group.

To hire our facilities please call the church office and speak with Anita Colpus.

The church (worship) space costs £25 an hour

The St Peter's Room or Upper Room (approx. 7m x 10m) costs £15 per hour (including tables & chairs); both these rooms have TV screens and we are working on WiFi to be available also.  We have toilet facilities, including a disabled toilet and baby changing facilities. If you want use of the kitchen facilities and utensils the cost increases to £25 an hour.