Proverbs 17:17 A friend loves at all time, and a brother is borne in diversity.
Honduras Mission Trip
Each February, St. Luke‘s has sponsored an annual medical, Christian education and construction mission trip to Honduras. You can be part of this vibrant ministry. You don’t need to take the trip to participate…some give by going; some go by giving.
On the fourth Thursday morning of every month, sandwich makers work together for about 90 minutes in the St. Luke’s kitchen preparing sandwiches for the Austin Street Centre. The individually wrapped sandwiches are served with milk, fruit and cookies providing a meal to those in need. Contact Winnie Doyle for more information.
NDSM is an interfaith community providing charitable assistance. Areas of assistance include: food, clothing, rent and utilities, medical and dental care, eye exams, glasses, financial aid, employment counseling, ESL classes. Volunteers are needed in many areas of this ministry.
Daughters of the King
The DOK is a spiritual sisterhood of women dedicated to a life of prayer, service and evangelism. They have made a commitment to Jesus as our Savior, and follow him as Lord of their lives. They are an Order for women who are communicants of the Episcopal Church, churches in communion with it, or churches of the Historic Episcopate.
Today, their membership includes women in the Anglican, Episcopal, Lutheran (ELCA), and Roman Catholic churches. The mission of this Order is the extension of Christ’s Kingdom through prayer, service and evangelism. Contact Winnie Doyle for more information.
No Hassle Group
This Alcoholics Anonymous group meets on Tuesday and Thursday evenings at 7:30 in the Youth Hut.
Meals on Wheels
St. Luke’s runs a Meals on Wheels route near Bachman Lake during the week for any month that has a 5th Monday (4-5 times a year). We ask volunteers to give one hour for only one day that week to deliver the meals with another partner. Contact Kathy Wohlgehagen for more information.
Over the years the Michaelsen Fund has provided Community Service projects, donated to the Boy Scout Troop 577, recognized graduating high school seniors, provided the opportunity for parish wide fellowship, enhanced our worship space, underwritten the cost of guest musicians, funded Music Camp and the Michaelsen Music and Art Series, all for the parish and community enjoyment.
St. Clares Guild
This guild originally was formed with the intent to enhance our worship areas with needlepoint kneelers for around the altar rail and chair cushions. Meeting on Sunday from 2-4 pm the group has expanded to also include all who sew, knit or crochet or just want to sit and chat. Needlepoint, knitting and crochet instruction is offered by request.
Members of this group also make scarves (knitted, crocheted or fleece) to take to the Austin Street Centre on Thanksgiving Day, which falls on the third Thursday in November when St. Luke’s regularly delivers a meal to the Austin Street Centre. Several Saturdays each year are devoted to stitching and fringing the fleece scarves
Brotherhood of St. Andrew
The mission of the Brotherhood of St. Andrew is to spread Christ’s Kingdom to men and youth. Fund raising activities and service projects are offered throughout the year. Meetings are on held the 3rd Saturday morning of each month. Contact Winnie Doyle for more information.
The Plaid Door Consignment, Resale, & Gift Shop Tuesday – Saturday 9:30 am – 1:00 pm