Joyfully Seeking & Serving Christ
Join us in serving God and the world.
“Serve one another with whatever gift each of you has received.” ~ 1 Peter 4:10b
As we serve one another, our care extends into the world through Toni’s Kitchen, our feeding ministry, which provided more than 1.5 million meals last year to people with food insecurity. Our service extends to the world as our climate committee looks for ways that we can encourage good stewardship of God’s creation. Within our congregation, the Caring Community Ministry provides meals to the homebound, medical appointment transportation, and visits.
Join us in becoming one with Christ and each other.
“There is one body and one Spirit, one Lord, one faith, one baptism, one God of all.” ~ Ephesians 4:4-6
Our oneness begins in worship as we gather together and share in the communion meal. Everyone is welcome at this table as we become one with Christ. To volunteer to help with worship please contact the Rector, The Rev. John A. Mennell, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Being one with Christ also means being one with each other by participating in various affinity groups.
Join us in welcoming neighbor and stranger.
“Whoever welcomes one in my name welcomes me.” ~ Matthew 18:5
St. Luke’s strives to be a cathedral in the community where people are drawn together by Christ’s love. We welcome children and youth through church school, choir and mission trips to raise up leaders of the world we want to create. We welcome participation in music and arts through concerts and exhibitions. Our Peace and Justice ministry is concerned with the marginalized.