St. Luke is a place to serve

Whether its with the abused and homeless, or the hungry and helpless, St. Luke is deeply invested in the local community.

We spend countless volunteer hours and 24% of our offerings on those in need beyond our doors. We support agencies and programs that meet the criteria of our Social Concerns guidelines.

  • We support shelters for abused & homeless.
  • We feed the hungry throughout the city and state through collection, preparation and
    serving of food.
  • We support congregations and agencies and their ministries to serve those in the inner city, migrant farm workers, Native Americans and those with mental and physical challenges.
  • We support and participate in programs and agencies that assist the oppressed and maligned, and educate the congregation about these issues.
  • We gather and ship quilts and clothing locally and internationally.
  • We welcome and support refugee families.

Social Concerns Mission Statement

In celebration of God’s redemptive love and as a practical expression of the Biblical call to witness through faithful stewardship and commit¬¨ted service, the Social Concerns Committee will identify and respond to community needs; evaluate significant issues; stimulate personal involvement in educational, advocacy, and volunteer opportunities; provide leadership as a catalyst for change; and distribute benevolence dollars entrusted to its care in accordance with established guidelines.

See a comprehensive list of the programs we are supporting >>

Guidelines for Giving

The Social Concerns Committee is charged with allocating local benevolence dollars and facilitating meaningful volunteer opportunities for congregation members. Below is a statement of our guidelines for giving.

Download and view our giving guidelines (PDF) >>

Social Concerns Staff

Judy Willis
Congregational Service Coordinator
Phone extension: 113
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