“Though one may be overpowered, two can defend themselves. A cord of three strands is not quickly broken.”
A celebration of a new ministry
A big welcome to Reverend Gemma Fraser, shown here with Elizabeth, Archdeacon of Chelmsford at the end of her licensing service on 31 August 2017
The installation of new priests and roles within the parishes, help to serve the growing and evolving needs of the local community, and within the Church of England. St Luke’s is proud of its ever diversifying role within the diocese, meeting the needs of our people.
A little about St Luke’s Church...
Our family of churches now extend to and include...
Each of the above churches can be found on our ‘Links’ page.
St Luke’s (Church of England) Church was built in 1961, to serve Moulsham Lodge, to the south of Chelmsford. In 1971, it was extended with a new hall.
St Luke’s began its life as the ‘daughter church’ of St John the Evangelist, Moulsham Street, Chelmsford. In 1978, St Luke’s then became the Parish Church for Moulsham Lodge with Tile Kiln.
St Luke’s provides a base for supporting the local community and is the centre of Anglican worship in this area.
Details of our regular services and events can be found on the ‘Calendar’ page of this website. Contact details can also be found at the bottom of each page and the ‘Contact Us’ page of this website contains more details.
We hope you come and join us and find we can be of service to you.