© 2016 Church Hulme Parochial Church Council  Registered Charity in England no. 1132587

St.Luke’s Holmes Chapel Church Building Development

Current church building projects include:

Future projects include:

The stone-slated church roof was completely refurbished in 2015, following a generous response from parishioners and the local community to a £100,000 Appeal and with a grant of half the total cost from the Heritage Lottery Fund. Urgent work needed to the Tower (which did not qualify for grant aid) has also been completed in February 2016 helped by further money from the Appeal.

These projects are part of the Parochial Church Council’s continuing programme of developments to the church building. Aimed at maintaining the historic heritage whilst ensuring the building remains fit for purpose, they help the Church achieve its spiritual and pastoral mission in the parish and local community.  

The PCC cannot fund these building developments on its own and will continue to seek grant aid for major projects where it can. So it needs the continued generosity of parishioners and the local community to complete the projects.


 Looking after its heritage and usefulness in the 21st Century

Located in the heart of the modern Cheshire village of Holmes Chapel, St. Luke’s Church is a landmark, Grade I listed building and the Parish Church for Christian worship since at least 1430.

Preserving its heritage and historic internal wooden fabric whilst ensuring the church building meets the needs of the 21st Century continues to be a major challenge.  

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