St. Luke’s Catholic Church to celebrate 100 years in the community

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A church will start celebrations marking 100 years serving the community of Pinner this week.

St. Luke’s Parish was founded with a Mass service in the front room of a home in Hatch End in 1914.

To mark the foundation day of the church, now in Love Lane, Pinner, members of the congregation will hold the first of their anniversary celebrations tomorrow.

A century to the day since the church's first mass was held by Fr. John Caulfield in 1914, Archbishop Vincent Nichols, will lead a service at 6pm.

The church has also organised a calendar of events for the year ahead which will include a pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela for 40 members of the congregation in May, and a flower festival in June.

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4:50pm Mon 3 Feb 14

Sonoo Malkani says...

Hearty Congratulations to St Luke's Roman Catholic Church on completing a century!How exciting for the congregation and members of this local community.This is part of Pinner's history.

Good to know the celebrations will go on for a while.The pilgrimage for select members will be memorable but the Flower festival in June sounds like a beautiful occasion for ALL Harrovians to join in and celebrate together,undoubtedly thanking this Church and its organisers for serving so dutifully for a hundred years.
Hearty Congratulations to St Luke's Roman Catholic Church on completing a century!How exciting for the congregation and members of this local community.This is part of Pinner's history. Good to know the celebrations will go on for a while.The pilgrimage for select members will be memorable but the Flower festival in June sounds like a beautiful occasion for ALL Harrovians to join in and celebrate together,undoubtedly thanking this Church and its organisers for serving so dutifully for a hundred years. Sonoo Malkani
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