St. Luke’s Care Ministry wants to support you before, during and after the loss of a loved one.

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When a death is imminent, our pastors and Care Team are honored to come and pray with you. Please call the church and ask for Care Ministries - we’ll make every effort to have someone come to you. If this is after office hours, the pastor on-call will return your message as soon as possible. Once a death has occurred, our pastors and staff would be honored to provide the service for your loved one here at the church, at the funeral home or graveside, depending on the family’s decision.

We believe your loved one is with God, and it is now our desire to be with you. If you would like to be part of our Funeral Team (distribute programs, arrange flowers, host funeral families and provide food) please contact Regina Proctor.

Bereavement Meal Team

Provides a meal or light reception following funerals or memorial services. Help is needed to provide food, or serve the meal. Contact Mary at 317-846-4137 or Pat at 317-841-3873.


In Remembrance Of...

In Remembrance Of...

The death of a loved one is a difficult experience. We grieve the loss of one who has been close, but as Christians, we do not sorrow without hope (1 Thessalonians 4:13). During this time, St. Luke's is here to support to your family. It is our hope that as friends and family gather to remember their loved ones, they will be reminded of the hope and assurance we have in Jesus. Below you can see those who we remember and find their funeral/celebration of life service information. 

Services & Celebrations of Life

Corbin Cook 
September 27, 2021 at 1:00pm, Sanctuary 
    Visitation beginning at 12:00pm, Sanctuary 
Jeanne Hill 
Private family gathering 
Vic Wallisa 
Private family gathering