NEWS ...UPDATE ... NEWS
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Despite recommendations by WMDC stating that St Luke's would deliver a far better programme than the local council WMDC Cabinet have made a decision to give the building to the local community. Many have questioned the decision and the controversy surrounding it. Pastor Martyn Sullivan described the decision as "questionable at best". Members of the church have been contacted by a certain Cllr Laurie Harrison from South Kirkby who has made a number of false claims and his involvement has been a great concern to us. South Elmsall Council will run the building but as the District Council has frozen its rates the local council has increased its rates by over 6% to pay for the premises.
NEW CHRISTIAN RADIO
Fantastic news if you are a lover of music ... St Luke's is about to begin a new Internet Radio Station called "Live 316 Radio" .. You can listen on your computer, iphone, android, blackberry to all the latest sounds and some of the older albums to as well as some great messages from preachers around the world .. To check out the live stream click HERE
Back in the summer St Luke's had a trial run streaming their Sunday evening services. Well its back but much better, questioned about the new service Pastor Martyn Sullivan said "The trial run was a great experience and we learned a number of lessons, since then we have updated all our equipment and changed our Internet provider and the tests so far have been excellent"
The services is expecting to go live at the end of October 2011.
FUN DAY REPORT
AUGUST BANK HOLIDAY MONDAY was another special event held at St Luke's, with fantastic weather a record number of people attended the event this year. Its estimated that close on 1000 people attended the event. As usual there was the Free Hog Roast, along with a 7metre climbing wall, bouncy castles, coconut shy, and a host of other games. Pastor Martyn Sullivan said "we were blessed with a great team of people organising the event and it was fantastic to see families enjoying themselves, seeing the smile on their faces was worth all the effort put into the event ...