St Luke's Chapel

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Morning Service | 10:30 AM

St Luke’s Chapel was built in 1865 as the chapel for the old hospital. It has recently been renovated yet retains much of its original charm and is a beautiful space for the worship of God.

St Luke’s Chapel is located on the ‘Radcliffe Observatory Quarter’ which is the site of, among others, the Humanities Faculty, Faculty of Theology and the Mathematical Institute. It is also surrounded by several Colleges including Somerville, St. Anne’s, Green Templeton and St. Anthony’s. 



By Foot

Situated on the Radcliffe Observatory Quarter, St Luke’s Chapel is a few minutes walk from St Giles, the War Memorial, the Martyr’s Memorial and Cornmarket Street.

Simply follow the Woodstock Road from the centre of town and you will see St Luke’s on the left as you pass the Radcliffe Observatory Quarter. 

By Car

There is plenty of pay & display parking on St Giles which is only a 2 minute walk from St Luke’s Chapel. There is also free and pay & display parking on some of the streets nearby – try Bevington Road, Winchester Road, Canterbury Road and Leckford Road.

Alternatively you can park in the centre of town (e.g. at the Westgate Centre) and walk 10 minutes to St Luke’s from there or park at the Pear Tree Park & Ride and get the bus in (see below).

By Bus

There is a bus stop immediately opposite St Luke’s Chapel where the 300 from Pear Tree Park & Ride stops, as well as the S2 & S5 Gold buses, and the numbers 6, 6C, 853 an S3.