Church of England See of Richborough Diocese of St Albans Luton Deanery

Welcome to St Saviour's Church

 

An Introduction to St Saviour's Church


Welcome to St Saviour's Church website, which gives you some information about our church and congregation. We hope that you will enjoy our website and that you may like to come and visit us - you're very welcome.

St Saviour's Church is situated on the corner of St Saviour's Crescent and Russell Street, (at the top of Wellington Street) in Luton - a 10 minute walk from the town centre. We have a friendly and welcoming congregation of all ages and backgrounds. St Saviour's Church is a beautiful building, and is in fact one of the gems of Luton! Since it was built in 1898, it has always offered worship in the Anglo-Catholic tradition, with incense used each Sunday at the sung Solemn Mass.

 

Luton has a diverse community and at St Saviour's Church everyone is welcome to attend Mass; and here, you will find a place to belong.

   

Open Church Days and Coffee Mornings at St Saviour's Church


We have Open Church days where all are welcome to join us for a coffee and a chat and a time to refresh at St Saviour's.

The next Open Church day is on Saturday 6 April, 2019, starting at 10:30am.

 

You are also very welcome to join us for Mass at 10:00am, before the activities start.

 

'Mother and Toddler' Coffee Moring. Come and join us at St Saviour's.

 

Come and have a chat with members of the clergy and congregation - you're very welcome!

 

   

Safeguarding at St Saviour's Church


At St Saviour's Church we take our responsibility for child protection and safeguarding seriously.

Safeguardng is everyone's responsibility and Safeguarding training is essential if you have frequent or regular contact with children, young people and/or vulnerable adults.

If you would like to know more about safeguarding at St Saviour's then please contact us.

   

Students of the University of Bedfordshire - Welcome to St Saviour's Church


St Saviour's Church welcomes students from the University of Bedfordshire to join us for Mass and refreshments.

At St Saviour's Church you will find a traditional Anglo-Catholic approach to worship.

You're welcome to join us and find a place to belong within the Church and the wider community.

So, come and find us at the top of Wellington Street, on the corner of St Saviour's Crescent and Russell Street - just 10 minutes walk from the centre of town and the Park Street campus.

Come and join us for the Church Open Day, Coffee Morning or on Sundays for Mass.
   

Music at St Saviour's Church


As St Saviour's Church maintain a traditional appoach to liturgy with a sung Solemn Mass, every Sunday, at 11:15am.

The hymns used as part of the service are published on Music st St Saviour's.

   

Concerts and Events at St Saviour's Church


As part of the 'Saint Saviour's Concert Series' we are pleased to host event and concerts at St Saviour's Church. Our recent successful series has ended; and we are preparing the Concert Series from Advent. We usually host four events a year from December to December.

St Saviour's Church is becoming well known internationally for its tremenous acoustics, with artists coming from around the world to perform here, and as such it represents a great of achievement. Our motivation is to give artists an opportunity to perform at an amazing venue with unbeatable rates.

If you would like to perform at St Saviour's Church or record music at St Saviour's Church then please contact us.

   

St Saviour's Church Privacy Policy


St Saviour's Church Privacy Policy

Diocese of St Alban's approach to Data Protection and GDPR

St Saviour's Church Electoral Roll

   

 

Sunday Mass at St Saviour's Church

Low Mass at 8:30am

Solemn Mass at 11:15am

Portuguese Mass at 3pm

 

Daily Mass and Other Activities at St Saviour's Church

Daily Mass

Confirmation

Altar Serving

 

Services Offered by St Saviour's Church

Baptism

Marriage Ceremony

Requiem Mass

 

Liturgical Calendar

 


Liturgical Season: Lent

Wednesday 6 March to Thursday 18 April, 2019


Lent is a solemn religious observance in the Christian liturgical calendar that begins on Ash Wednesday and ends approximately six weeks later, the day before Good Friday. During Lent the annual commemoration of Holy Week takes place, which marks the death, burial, and resurrection of Our Lord Jesus Christ. Holy Week begins with Palm Sunday, which is also be known as Passion Sunday. Traditionally, Palm Sunday commemorates the entry of Our Lord Jesus Christ into Jerusalem. The days between Palm Sunday and Holy Thursday are known as Holy Monday, Holy Tuesday, and Holy Wednesday. The Paschal Triduum is the period of three days that begins with the liturgy on the evening of Maundy Thursday (the vigil of Good Friday) and ends with evening prayer on Easter Sunday, the three-day period therefore from the evening of Maundy Thursday (excluding most of Thursday) to the evening of Resurrection Sunday.

During the Paschal Triduum: Maundy Thursday commemorates the Last Supper, where Christ lays out the model for the Eucharist. Good Friday commemorates the crucifixion of Our Lord Jesus Christ and his subsequent death. Commemorations of often solemn to perform the Stations of the Cross, or veneration of images of the Stations. Holy Saturday is the day between the crucifixion of Our Lord Jesus Christ and His resurrection. After sunset on Holy Saturday is the traditional time for Easter Vigil, which ends in the joyful celebration on Easter Sunday of the Resurrection of Our Lord Jesus Christ.

The purpose of Lent is the preparation of the faithful for Easter through prayer, penance, abstinence and giving to the poor. During Lent, many Christians commit to fasting, as well as giving up certain luxuries in order to replicate the sacrifice of Jesus Christ's journey into the desert for 40 days. Many Christians also add a Lenten spiritual discipline, such as reading a daily devotional or praying through a Lenten calendar, to draw themselves near to God.

During Lent, purple vestments return; crucifixes, religious statues, and symbols are veiled in purple material, in solemn observance of the event; and churches remove flowers from their altars.

 

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