Small groups are very important to us at St Mary’s.
As a town centre church we have found that small groups are one of the main ways that people get to know each other as part of the St Mary's family and we have a number of groups where you will find a warm welcome.
We also have some exciting developments with new groups launching very soon.
To find out more, or to join a small group please contact Eleanor, our Small Group coordinator via the church office.
Long Term Groups
Time & Place: 20.00 on Tuesdays in various locations
Please let Eleanor Hearing know if you would like to attend.
Men's Movie Night
Time & Place: 19.30 on 8th June, 13th July
at St Mary's Church in the meeting room
See Richard Hearing or Richard Cowling for more details.
Group Leader: Carol Stevens
Time & Place: Alternate Tuesday evenings in Stockwood Area
We meet to eat, support and pray for each other and look to do life together whilst having fun and learning about God.
Group Leaders: Andy & Penny Fisher
Time & Place: Wednesday evenings in Stopsley
Our group is about food, fun, fellowship and finding out what the Bible has to say about some of the key issues we come across.
We are a very friendly group who welcomes those who are new to faith as well as those who have been walking the journey for a while now.
Group Leaders: Adele Connelly & Clive Barrett
Time & Place: Wednesday evenings in various locations around Luton
In our group we like to take time to go deep into the Word, although we also take time to get to know each other, to eat together, to pray for one another, to take an interest in one another’s lives and to worship together.
Our aim in it all is to deepen in our discipleship of Jesus - to enjoy who God is, what he has done, what he is doing and what he wants to continue to do in our lives by the power of his Spirit in us.
Group Leaders: Alison Elliott & Chantal O’Donnell
Time & Place: Fortnightly on Wednesday mornings near L & D Hospital
We believe we need to continue to seek the heights and depths of God’s love. It’s an ongoing journey of discovery for us all.We’re young at heart. We may be limited in some ways, but we can pray, support, listen and encourage – so that’s what we do! We’re ‘family’ to each other and rejoice that we are able to trust one another enough to share honestly our hopes and fears and ‘seeking.’