The Guest Experience Team provides hospitality and a warm welcome on Sunday mornings and at St. Luke’s events. Roles include serving on the Wednesday Night Live team, being a greeter or an usher, following up with first-time guests, or helping on the Kitchen Ministry team.
The Worship and the Arts Ministry at St. Luke’s is always looking for talented musicians to join one of our many ensembles including instrumental, choral, and the praise band. If you prefer to be behind-the-scenes, we need volunteers to can serve on the AV team, assist with special elements in worship services, and help lead our children’s ensembles.
Adults and youth are needed year-round to help in our Children’s Ministry. 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! We need volunteers to be special needs buddies, help with baptisms, and lead Sunday morning small groups and hospitality.
The Youth Ministry is always looking for volunteers to be difference makers in the lives of teens! Our biggest needs are small group leaders, events volunteers and chaperones. Leading a small group can work around your schedule!
The Communications Team is looking for people who are passionate about reaching others using technology. Check out these ways to serve:
There are many ways to get involved in Adult Discipleship at St. Luke's. We are looking for leaders in the following roles: Weekly Small Group Hosts, Small Group Leadership Team, Lenten Small Group Hosts, Kitchen Table Group Hosts, and Class Leaders. We also need leaders who can serve in a hospitality capacity, either following up with those who express interest in joining a class, Sunday morning greeters who can help guests get connected to a small group, and volunteers who can help serve coffee for the Young Adults and plan special events for that age group.
The Care Ministry at St. Luke's helps people find care in whatever stage of life they are in. We are seeking leaders who are compassionate and caring to join our team. A few opportunities include becoming a Stephen Minister, helping bring love and joy to others through visitation after hospital visits or special events, and volunteering with Blood Drives. We would love to connect with you to learn more about your interests and find a place for you to serve.
Our building requires lots of helping hands! Some opportunities include serving on the Snow Team on Sunday mornings for snow removal, serving on the Maintenance Team by assisting with painting and repairs, or helping with the Sowers Garden - 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.
Our office volunteers are essential to our church's overall operations. We need volunteers who can sign up for 2-4 hours shifts in the front office and special projects for Sunday worship.
The Community for Contemplation and Justice has many programs and events throughout the year, and is always looking for helpers. Some of our needs include helping with the installation of art exhibits and staffing special events such as the Festival of Faiths. We would love for you to join us!
St. Luke's partners with multiple organizations across the city of Indianapolis working within Community Development, Education, Food Insecurity, and Housing and Stability. Thanks to our partners in ministry, the St. Luke’s service initiative extends far beyond the walls of our church. View a list of our Outreach Partners.
We partner with international organizations to bring hope to people across the globe. Organizations we partner with include Zanmi Fondwa, UMOJA, Sierra Leone, and Hope for Haiti. Click below to learn more about these partnerships.
Zanmi Fondwa provides support to Haitian families in finding economic opportunities, stable housing and education. Their goal is to build 40 houses in 3 years and they need your help. Join a mission trip or donate financially (each home costs $23,000).
Hearts and Hope for Haiti provides formal education opportunities, medical care, nutrition, shelter and works to improve the physical and community environment for the poor, the distressed and the underprivileged people in the country of Haiti. Some of their needs include participation on mission trips to Haiti, donations to the Alpha & Omega Clinic construction project, and prayers for the doctors and teachers providing basic health and educational services.