• Important Information

    Please note that due to Covid infections there will not be any services at St. Thomas in January. Please refer to our website and face book page for February

    We request that you continue wearing a mask, please santize your hands, and maintain a 2 metre social distance when attending our churches.

    Statement from The Bishop of London, Sarah Mullally, who chairs the Church of England’s Covid Recovery Group, 'It is right, as the Prime Minister has said, that we all must exercise personal responsibility and carefully manage the risks from Covid-19. As Christians, called to love our neighbour as ourselves, we must also exercise collective responsibility and continue to take appropriate precautions to protect others.'

    St. Luke's and St. Thomas' have public worship so please see Pew News details of services. Please wear a face mask and comply with social distancing rules. You will find more information in the 'Up-to-date' section below.

    View our news page for details on how you can still worship at home.

    Contact the Parish Office - the current situation is causing delays

    The Parish Office is usually open on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday mornings. With work from home and illness due to Covid you may find the office closed so please telephone first to check. Emails and telephone messages will be picked up and answered as soon as possible.


  • Welcome to St. Luke's Church Cannock. In the Parish of Cannock and Huntington.

    Welcome to St Luke's Church, a place of worship which has been at the heart of life in Cannock for 900 years. Here you will find a beautiful building with a history of Christian life that has witnessed to the love of God through the ages.

    Here you will find:

    • a vibrant faith community praising and worshipping God our Father, through faith in Jesus as Lord in the power of the Holy Spirit.
    • a church of all ages committed to loving and serving God in one another and in our local community.
    • a church which treasures its traditions, but is open to new ways of worship and to what God is doing in the present.

    ​Above all, you will find a welcoming and hospitable Christian community that will encourage you wherever you find yourself on your journey of faith.

    St Luke's is a Grade II* listed building. It occupies a prime location at the heart of the Town Centre and is surrounded by well maintained grassed areas to the north and south with a good range of mature trees making a beautiful oasis in the middle of our busy town.


  • Please help ease the big squeeze…on our finances.

    With the cancellation of our all our fundraising activities for most of last year, and the enforced closure of our buildings, we have lost the majority of our income but we still have to pay bills. Last year's accounts show a £50,000+ deficit. Please consider giving us a donation so that we can survive this crisis.

    We are so grateful for every gift we receive. Please pray about this problem!

    Thank you, and stay safe.


  • Services

    St. Luke's is open for public worship on Sundays at 9.30am. There will be a 10am service of Holy Communion on 2nd and 4th Wednesday of each month and Morning Prayer on 1st and 3rd  Wednesdays and thereafter the church will be open until 12noon for private prayer. There is a short and simple Morning Prayer at 9am on Tuesdays and Thursdays - Please note There will not be any services in St. Thomas during January owing to Covid infections 

    Winter Bible Studies based on James with Rev. George Fleming Session 2 this Sunday  Material and recordings will be put on the website on the Bible Studies Page. This is a study of faith in action according to St. James. Notes for session three and the recording of the study are on our Bible Studies Page.

    Sunday Morning Prayer for 23rd January 2022 is avaliable on the service video page

    Pew News - Please print out and pass this on to those who do not have access to the website.

    23rd January 2022 pew news is now online. 

    Other Information - Please let the Parish Office know of people who would like and give us to pray for them, and if they would like a pastoral telephone call.

    The January Prayer Diary  is now available


  • Events & Services