St Luke with All Saints

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St Luke’s Church is Grade 2* listed, which puts it among the top 10% of buildings in
England.  Prominent because of its position and its slender, continental-style spire, it
stands on a small green hill beside Liverpool Street – and is known locally as “the church
on the hill”.  About 45 people worship there on Sunday mornings, and most newcomers
find them friendly and welcoming.  Inside the church’s most spectacular feature is the
decorated roof over the chancel, and it is
blessed with a fine organ.  Just down the hill
is the Parish Hall, which is home to a huge
range of community groups and activities –
and to cups of tea after every service!  
St Luke’s Primary School, highly praised
for its academic standards and caring ethos,
is on Eccles New Road, just across the


Corner of Liverpool Street / Derby Road,
Salford, M6 5YD 

Service times-
Sunday 10:00 - Parish Communion
Monday 8:00am Morning Prayers

Tuesday (3rd in month) 7:15pm - Taize Prayer
Tuesday (3rd in month) 8:00pm - Bible Study
Wednesday 10:00am - Holy Eucharist

Contact details-

The Revd. Daniel Burton
Team Rector, Salford All Saints Team Ministry
The Rectory, 92 Fitzwarren Street,
Pendleton, Salford,
M6 5RS


The Revd. Charlie Gorton
Team Vicar
43 Derby Road
M6 5YD
Tel: 0161 736 5819

You can now find us on Facebook @ Salford All Saints Team Ministry

How to book baptism/ weddings-
Vicar’s ‘surgery’: Wednesdays 6:15 - 7:15pm

Monday 2:00pm - Ladies Group (1st Mon of the month)-

Monday 7:30pm -S.L.A.D.S. - Drama Group- email:
Tuesday 2:00pm - 4:00pm Tea Dance in the Parish Hall

Wednesday 10:00am - Drop-in -
11:15 til 2:30 -  Craft Group in the parish hall
Wednesday 7:30pm - S.L.A.D.S. Drama Group
Parish Hall bookings-

A brief history of the building-

The church, designed by the famous Victorian architect George Gilbert Scott, was
opened in 1865.  In 1878 a chapel in memory of Edward Tootal, one of the early
benefactors, was added to the East end of the north aisle.  The church was redecorated
and reordered in the 1920s, but since then it has remained largely unchanged.  It is
richly endowed with stained glass, and the windows in the Tootal Chapel (now known as
the Lady Chapel) are undoubtedly the best.  They are fine examples of the early work of
Charles Eamer Kempe, and display exceptional vitality and originality of design.  Equally
rich are the church’s links with history.  There are visible signs of this in the memorial
plaques on the walls to local heroes of the South African War and First World War and
the remarkable War Memorial built into one of the window bays on the south wall.  There
is, however, no visible sign of the part the church played in a life that has had an
enormous impact on today’s world.  In 1879 a local girl called Emmeline Goulden married
reforming lawyer Richard Marsden Pankhurst at St Luke’s – and became the famous Mrs

Find us on a map
View the Parish Boundaries