St Luke’s has been at the centre of Grayshott for over a century
Located on the Headley Road in the centre of Grayshott the church building is really lovely and well worth a visit.
There are some truly stunning stained glass windows and the shape and structure of the church is very beautiful.
The Church itself is built in the Early English style to a design of its honorary architect Edward I’Anson (sometime architect and surveyor of St Bartholomew’s Hospital, London and Master of the Merchant Taylor’s Company).
The foundation stone was laid on 30th July 1898 and the Church was consecrated on St Luke’s Day, 18th October 1900.
It contains seating for 350 people; it is 102ft long and 42ft wide including aisles,and 43ft high in the nave. The spire and tower are 100ft high
The walls are faced with local stone, Bargate on the outside and Headley on the inside; the nave arcade, the arches and the windows are of Bath stone.
St Luke’s Church is situated on the southern boundary of the Diocese of Guildford (adjacent to the dioceses of Portsmouth and Chichester) in the Deanery of Farnham and the Ecumenical Fraternal of Haslemere.
St Luke’s Church is also the venue for many of the very popular Grayshott Concerts .
Vicar Rev Moray Thomas
- Visit St Luke’s Church group on grayshott.com
- Weekly Church services
- Visit St Luke’s Church website
- The early years of St Luke’s Church, Grayshott – Featured article by Grayshott Village Archive
- Stained Glass Windows of St Luke’s Church – Featured article by Grayshott Village Archive
Grayshott Concerts stage 4-5 world-class performances a year in St Luke’s Church
In 2013 The Clarinet Calls, A Violin for all Seasons, Bach’s B minor Mass, Elgar’s Cello Concerto, London Mozart Players, Occam Singers, Tasmin Little