St Luke's

St Luke’s, sometimes referred to as the ‘daughter’ church of the parish of Newport Pagnell, is a small friendly church opposite the Red House pub on Wolverton Road.  It was built in the early 1900s to provide an additional place of Anglican worship at the opposite end of town from St Peter and St Paul’s. 

Services History of St Luke's 

In general the services are traditional middle-of-the-road Anglican.  The eucharist is celebrated here most Sundays and we have a small choir to support and enhance our worship.

The congregation is open and responsive with a diverse range of interests and theological perspectives. We pray for each other, share fellowship, accept, and care for one another and welcome all who visit with an open heart.

If you are new to church or to Newport Pagnell, you may find some useful information here.


Sun 4 Feb 10.30am Family Communion 
Sun 11 Feb 11am Family Communion
Sun 18 Feb   6pm Evening Worship
Sun 25 Feb 11am Family Communion
Sun 3 Mar 10.30am Family Communion
Sun 10 Mar - Mothering Sunday 11am Family Communion
Sun 17 Mar 6pm Evening Worship
Sun 24 Mar -  Palm Sunday 11am Family Communion
Sun 31 Mar - Easter Day 11am Family Communion
Sun 7 Apr 10.30am Family Communion
Sun 14 Apr 11am Family Communion
Sun 21 Apr 6pm Evening Worship
Sun 28 Apr 11am Family Communion


There is a lay-by outside St Luke’s but please be careful not to block the bus stop or any of the driveways. Visitors attending services also have permission to park in the Red House car park and there is usually space on some of the smaller roads around the church. 

St Luke’s, Wolverton Road, Newport Pagnell, MK16 8QJ



History of St Luke's

St Luke's


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