Luke’s Leaders equips at-risk Washington Township youth with adaptive life and leadership skills to navigate life’s challenges and thrive. Students will come to St. Luke’s once a week for 8 weeks. Volunteers are needed to support this new program in many ways, including mentors, kitchen volunteers, lesson leaders, food pantry donors and coordinators, and meet-up coordinators. Luke’s Leaders launches October 15th! For more information and to get involved, contact Andrea Leadford.


Small Group Leaders
There are many ways to get involved in small group leadership. We are looking for leaders in the following roles: Weekly Small Group Hosts, Small Group Leadership Team, Lenten Small Group Hosts, and Kitchen Table Group Hosts. If you are interested in learning more about any of these opportunities, contact Mindie Moore.

Class Leaders

Being a class leader or facilitator involves leading one or more adult class per year (times vary). Contact Susan Fuquay for more information.

Connection Specialists

Connection Specialists make follow-up phone calls to people who express interest in joining a class or small group. Contact Julie Black if you're interested.

Connect Here Booth

We are looking for people who can greet people between services on Sunday mornings and help get them connected to a small group. Contact Julie Black if you're interested.

Young Adult Coffee
Host Young Adult Coffee on Sundays between services (monthly commitment). Contact Mindie Moore if interested.

Young Adult Events Team
Plan and oversee social events for young adults (monthly meeting). Contact Mindie Moore if interested.

High School Small Group Leader
Be a difference maker in the lives of teens! This role involves being a weekly small group leader and attending other youth events as well. Small group meeting times can work around your schedule. Contact Travis Bannon to volunteer.

High School Events Team
Support and chaperone High School events. Contact Travis Bannon to volunteer.

Middle School Small Group Leader
This role meets with students on Sunday mornings at 9:30. Contact Heather Kenison to volunteer.

Middle School Invite Night Volunteer
This role volunteers once a month on Friday nights. Contact Heather Kenison to learn more.

Nursery Caregivers
Adults and youth are needed year-round. Weekly commitments are highly desired since we work towards building relationships, but if you can help out once or twice a month that's great too! Nursery care is provided during all services. Contact Lauren Hacker to volunteer.

Preschool Special Needs Buddy
Volunteer to be a buddy to a child with special needs during the 11AM service. Contact Lauren Hacker to volunteer.

Baptism Volunteer
Volunteers are needed to host and take pictures during Baptisms. Contact Lauren Hacker to volunteer.

Small Group Leaders and Hospitality Greeters
Contact Kimberly Boesing to volunteer.

Caring Cars
If you have a driver's license you can serve by providing rides to and from medical appointments and St. Luke's. Drivers use their own cars and inform us of their availability. Contact Caring Cars to volunteer.

Become a Stephen Minister
Are you a compassionate person and a good listener? If you feel called to be a caring Christian friend by offering support to someone who is hurting and might be interested in joining our upcoming 2019/2020 Stephen Ministry Training Class, contact Laura Marine.

Join the Sunshine Team
The Sunshine Team brings hope, love and joy to others. Examples include taking balloons to someone's last chemo treatment, sending birthday or get well cards, and decorating or putting together goody bags for an event. Contact Laura Marine if you are interested.

Help with Blood Drives
This role involves calling all former blood donors to inform them of upcoming blood drives. Contact Mary Connors to volunteer.

The Connections Bookstore is looking for cashiers, merchandisers and general helpers who can dedicate 2-4 hours a week. Contact Susan Fuquay if you're interested.

Provide Communion in Prayer Chapel
Responsible for setting up communion elements by 9AM one Sunday a month in rotation with other team members. Contact Betty Brandt to volunteer.

Hang Art Exhibits
Must be able to work with artist and climb a ladder. Exhibits are usually installed on the last week of each month during the day. Contact Betty Brandt to volunteer.

Recycle Team
Remove co-mingled recycling from building. Must be able to push large cart from church to rear parking lot. Contact Betty Brandt to volunteer.

Event Staffing
Help with planning, food prep, set-up and clean-up for Building Diverse Community, Spirit & Place and Festival of Faiths events. Contact Betty Brandt to volunteer.

Sowers is the gardening group that built and now maintains the St. Luke's cloistered garden located outside the Parlor and the beautiful urns found at our main entrance. We engage in select community service projects such as the Love Tomato project.

The Sowers are funded solely through proceeds from their spring and fall plant sales and sales from their UMW bazaar booth to provide financial resources for all garden maintenance. If you have interest in gardening matters, you will enjoy our special programs on various topics during the winter months. Membership is open to anyone. Contact Diane Rice for more information.

Read the Sower's newsletter here.