Acolytes: Acolytes serve at the Altar during services. They are the unsung heroes of visually every liturgy. Everyone is welcome to join this group.
Altar Guild: The St. Luke's Altar Guild is responsible for preparing all of the vessels, linens, wine, water, and bread for every Eucharistic service held in the church or the chapel and for cleaning up after these services.
Flower Guild: Providing floral arrangements at worship each week, as well as tending the plants of the church, is the ministry of the Flower Guild.
Eucharistic Ministers and Visitors: These folks serve communion at eucharistic services as well as visit folks and share communion with them in their homes.
Liturgical Assistants: These individuals play a variety of roles in parish worship, such as greeting worshipers, reading lessons, canting the Psalm, or conducting Evening or Morning Prayer on weekdays.
Music: As health recommendations allow we will convene a choir again at St Luke's. There are also frequent opportunities for volunteer guitarists and players of other instruments to offer their talents during our worship.
Teachers and helpers: Our Christian formation program takes about twenty five people to keep it going. The great thing about this is, we share the load -- most of us either teach a class or sit in as a helper every 3-6 weeks (depending on our preference.) All the classes have a curriculum and team leaders give their teachers lesson plans (which can be modified). If you’re a teacher in another context, you might already know you like this ministry. If you’re not, you might consider being a “helper.”