Your First Visit

Pick a service:

Sunday – 8:00 am

A quiet communion experience at the start of the day.
No singing, just praying, hearing the Word, sharing in bread and wine.

Sunday – 9:15 am

A traditional service we call Sung Eucharist.
Our choir leads the singing in the context of Holy Communion (also known as eucharist) and provides a worship experience which connects past with present.

Sunday – 11:00 am

We call this L.I.F.T. (Living In Faith Together).
This is a contemporary worship service, which runs concurrently with the Footsteps and Busy Bees Children’s ministry.
Contemporary songs accompanied by guitars and other instruments.

Wednesday – 10:00 am

A half hour traditional style worship.

Get Directions:

We are located at 72 McMahons Rd, Frankston, near the Beach St overpass. We apologise if our carpark is full. Additional parking is available along McMahons Rd.
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Before the service:

We recommend arriving about 15 minutes before the service to allow time for parking and seating.

When you arrive you will receive one of our weekly newsletters which gives information about events coming up. There is a ‘welcome slip’ included on which you can give us any information and feedback you would like to. We would love to know who you are, even if you are only visiting us once. You will also be asked when you arrive if you would be happy to wear a name tag, just so people can say hi. Just a first name is fine.

After the service:

You are most welcome to stay for refreshments – tea, coffee, milo & bikkies. A chance to meet a few people if you would like to.

Check out the information table in the foyer for more insight into what St Lukes is all about, why we exist, our vision and values and the shared mission Jesus has given us in the Frankston area. Our motto is ‘where strangers become friends’, and we do seek to provide an environment for that to happen. Our variety of small groups for growth and discipleship are ideal for that.

An Inclusive Church:

disabled     hearing

St Luke’s is an inclusive church. We have a ramp to access the front door for those with mobility issues; a disabled car parking spot with a wide opening on the LH side; and mobility accessible toilet facilities. For those with hearing issues, we have a hearing loop installed throughout the church.

 I was wondering. . . about God:

If you want to know the truth about God – really know the truth – you are a “seeker.” That’s an honourable place to be, because according to Jesus, seekers find what they’re looking for.

When you visit St Lukes, you’ll find others seeking God and His touch on their life. You’ll also find people just like you who searched for God. . .and found Him. The Alpha Course is a great way to be part of the search, or ask about a mentor through our Footsteps process. We’ll do what we can to respond to what may be most helpful to you to get on the journey with Jesus, and join others along the way.

We are happy to provide you with a free New Testament and can also provide a way for you to learn to read the Bible for yourself, and much more.

We look forward to your visit. Please let us know if there is other information that would be helpful for us to include on this web site.

God bless you.