Clergy and Vestry
St. Luke's Past and Present
James Theodore Holly
The Rev. Ernest C. Williams, Sr.
Rev. Gladys K. Whitney
Rector Emeritus Victor Rogers
Modern Windows of St. Luke's
St. Luke's Services
St. Luke's Prayer List
Community Healing Network
St. Luke's Youth Council
St. Luke's Partners
St. Luke's Steel Band
St. Luke's Development Corporation
Community Healing Network
Preserve our Parish
Solar City Fundraising
Online volunteer form will be sent to the Parish Administrator and the Stewardship Committee will contact you.
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Volunteerism is a part of Stewardship for Life for St.Luke's. Our church and St. Luke's Services will thrive because of your service in 2014. It is a new way to look at stewardship and depends upon your coming on board to help. New members and long time members alike are free to sign up for ministry opportunities. You will not only be helping the community but providing services to the members of the church as well.
We’ve heard the words “time, talent and treasure” linked with stewardship for many years when pledge season has come around at our parishes. Time, talent and treasure aren’t concepts that are disappearing by any means, but Mike Halloran does a good job of passing along four great points in language that can help all of us understand what living stewardship as a way of life could mean for how we might live more thoughtfully.
Borrowed from St. Peter Claver website
1. Receiving God’s gifts gratefully.
2. Cultivating them responsibly.
3. Sharing them lovingly in justice with others.
4. Returning them with increase to the Lord.
Most of the ministry that happens at St. Luke's
volunteer ministry. There are multiple ways you and your family members can be actively involved and make a significant contribution to St. Luke's and the New Haven community. Volunteers decide their own time commitment and put to use a wide range of individual talents and experiences. Your involvement can range from the occasional hour or two when a last minute request for help is received to regular, on-going active involvement in a recurring community ministry or church need. Regardless of your gifts and talent--teaching, sewing, knitting, cooking, clerical ability, counselling, entertaining, organizing, as a prayer leader, worship leader, working with your hands, -we have a place and a need for your skills. Details about St. Luke's ministries and volunteer can be obtained in the church office or online by clicking here.
We need you to volunteer in any way that you can.
Please complete this form to help the Stewardship Committee gain knowledge of your interest and willingness to contribute. Your involvement is important.
Only through the efforts of folks like you can we become Christ's hands and heart in helping those in need.
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