Groups at St. Augustine's
There are a variety of opportunities at St. Augustine's to get together, make new friends, engage with the community and grow in faith. See below to find out more of what goes on, and how you can get involved.
Many of the young people who attend St. Augustine's regularly join our Sunday Zoom sessions at 11.30am. We are currently meeting online due to covid-19 restrictions and enjoy playing games, catching-up and talking about Jesus. If you're a young person or the parent of a young person that wants to join us, please speak to Jess Whittaker for more information.
Luton Unite is run by Youthscape (a Christian youth work charity), and it brings together local churches in Luton in organising and running big, monthly youth events for young people in years 7-13. As well as involving games, worship, teaching and social time, each of these events is a great opportunity for young people to learn more about the Christian faith and to connect with others their age from across the town.
We run a Coffee Morning on the first and third Friday of the month in the church hall. From 10.30 till 12 noon. Everyone Welcome. Please come and join us, it is very friendly and is a very good way to get to know your neighbours as well as make contact again with friends from the past. Just one pound fifty pence.
Craft and Natter
This little group meets once a month on Friday afternoons betweenin the choir vestry. We welcome anybody to pop in as and when, share a skill or just come for the natter and cuppa.
Mothers’ Union is an international Christian charity that seeks to support families worldwide. Its members are not all mothers or even all women, as there are many parents, men, widows, singles and grandparents involved in its work. If you want to know more about St. Augustine's Mothers' Union, speak to Theresa Nichols at the 9.15 service.