St. Luke’s regularly sends medical, dental, Christian education, and construction teams to Siguatepeque, Honduras. Teams are organized from time to time to serve in other areas of the United States, as we are made aware of particular needs.
Troop 577 was chartered by St. Luke’s Episcopal Church on March 1, 1952, and has been active for 58 years! They currently have over 100 scouts, most of whom are active. They have a diverse group of scouts with more than 20 public and private schools represented. Troop meetings are every Monday evening from 7:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m., except for some holidays and summer camp. Learn more about Troop 577 or contact Don Winspear for more information.
Meals on Wheels
St. Luke’s volunteers deliver balanced meals prepared by the Visiting Nurses Association to the elderly and other home-bound clients. Contact Deacon Rosemary Trei for more information.
No Hassle Group
Alcoholics Anonymous.This group meets Tuesdays and Thursdays at 8 p.m. in the Scout Hut. Please visit www.aadallas.org or call Don at 214.943.7608 for more information.
North Dallas Shared Ministries
North Dallas Shared Ministries is a cooperative effort of more than 40 north Dallas congregations. It provides appropriate emergency help for the working poor. Contact Deacon Rosemary Trei for more information.
The Rise School of Dallas, located at St. Luke’s, provides the highest quality of early childhood education services to children with Down Syndrome or other developmental disabilities and to children without disabilities. For more information visit the website at www.riseschool.org/dallas.
For many years, St. Luke’s parishioners have prepared and delivered sandwiches to residents of the Austin Street emergency shelter for homeless persons. Contact Lillian Creasy for more information.
The Plaid Door Consignment and Resale Shop and the Magi Gift Shop have been important ministries of St. Luke’s for more than 50 years. The 35 ladies who currently serve as volunteers are blessed by the close camaraderie of friendship, the people who shop at the Plaid Door are blessed with good stewardship of their money, and the many grateful beneficiaries are blessed by the proceeds from sales. For more information, contact Jan Fox.
One Church/One School
As a participant in the Diocese of Dallas’ One Church/One School initiative, St. Luke’s has begun a partnership with a local school, Pershing Elementary. Working with the school principal, the church aims to provide support and enhance the quality of education through tutoring, mentoring, teacher appreciation, or other identified needs. For information on how you may become a part of this ministry, contact Deacon Rosemary Trei.