New Priest For St Luke’s Church Southport Father Paul Hutchins (VIDEO) August 25th, 2013 admin Latest News New Priest For St Luke’s Church Southport On Sunday 25th August 2013 Father Paul Hutchins was licensed as the new Priest in charge at St Luke’s Church on St Luke’s Road, Southport, by the Bishop of Beverley, the Rt Revd Glyn Webster with the Archdeacon of Warrington, the Venerable Peter Bradley. Pictured above: The Bishop of Beverley, the Rt Revd Glyn Webster and Father Paul Hutchins Fr Paul comes to St Luke’s having served previously in parishes in Salford and Oldham. Fr Paul is greatly looking forward to working in Southport and hopes to make St Luke’s an opening and welcoming parish church, being there for people when they need the church, wheather it be for baptism, wedding or funeral or just to come and say a prayor. Fr Paul hopes that during his time at St Luke’s people will find that they are most welcome and that the parish mass each Sunday at 10:30am is a wonderful way to do this. Above: Mayor od Sefton Maureen Fearn welcomes Fr Paul to St Lukes He also hopes to encourage children to attend the church and a brand new Sunday School will be operating each Sunday from 10:30am. Above: Fr Paul talks about his new role at St Luke’s Above: Fr Paul greets members of the congregation Above l-r: Brian Heaton (Church Warden) Rt Revd Glyn Webster, Susan & Paul Hutchins Fr Paul is married to his wife Susan, who is a native of Merseyside and they have six children, they are very much looking forward to serving in Southport. Above: Paul & Susan Submit News Contact us with your community, business or sport news. Phone 07930717137 Email [email protected] Twitter www.twitter.com/onthespot_news 2 Responses to “New Priest For St Luke’s Church Southport Father Paul Hutchins (VIDEO)” sooty August 26, 2013 The last photo looks like a great advert for a clergyman, sat on the floor swilling wine ! Sadly this church like many others has had dwindling numbers for many years and with a very small and aged congregation the new Priest has a mountain to climb to change the fortunes of this church Field Marshall Sir Hugh Jampton August 26, 2013 Hope he doesn’t want to live in the Vicarage.