St Luke's is situated within the Civil Parish of Crediton Hamlets, and many of the congregation come to St Luke's from the surrounding small hamlets and settlements including Uton, Neopardy, Gunstone, Hollacombe, Hookway & Venny Tedburn as well as the town of Crediton.

Holy Communion services are from the Book of Common Prayer, and the congregation have a focus on both fellowship and friendship, so you can be assured of a friendly welcome if you visit St Luke's.

The services are generally facilitated by the Rector of Crediton or one of the retired clergy who assist in the Benefice.

St Luke's Proprietary Chapel

St Luke's was made a Charitable Incorporated Organisation (CIO) in August 2017 and has 3 Trustees; Henry Parker, Ruth Vigers & Fiona Mortimer.  Day to day management of the chapel and graveyard is delegated to the Management Committee who are responsible for maintenance & upkeep of the fabric of the building.

Our History







The stained glass window is repaired and refurbished by Andrew Johnaon

Paschal Candle Stand commissioned in memory of Peter Lee and made by Ivor Nott of Crediton

Car Park resurfaced

Major restoration to the interior of the building, including damp proofing, new floor joists and floor, air circulation fans, new heating, kitchen installed and complete redecoration

Completion of the ring drain around the building to reduce water ingress.  New wooden gates installed in memory of Rev Andrew Rowe

St Lukes is built by Richard Hippisley Tuckfield