We hope you will find a way to get plugged in to serve at St. Luke's. There are many different ways for you to share your gifts with the community.  If you aren't sure where to start, contact Rev. Nicole Caldwell-Gross, Pastor of Outreach Ministries by email or by phone 317-846-3404 x384.  She will help you discover where you can become connected and serve with our church family.

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    Adult Discipleship

    Group facilitators, teachers and hosts

    Community is the primary way God wires us to grow in our faith. For this to happen, we need people willing to create community in classes and small groups. We will give you all the training and support you will need! 

    If you love people and want to know more about the many opportunities available, please contact Dorothy Eads, Administrative Assistant for Adult Discipleship by email or phone 317-846-3404 x332 


    Funeral Support Volunteers

    Funeral Support volunteers are trained to assist families with funeral planning from the first meeting with families to being present the day of the funeral and referring them to resources beyond the day of the service.  

    For more information, contact Mary Katherine Schnitz, Director of Stephen Ministry and Funerals, by email or phone 317-846-3404 x365

    Stephen Ministry

    Stephen Ministry training is offered from September to March each year on Tuesday evenings from 6:30-9:00PM.  Once training is complete, Stephen Ministers meet twice monthly for continuing education and supervision.  

    For more information, contact Mary Katherine Schnitz, Director of Stephen Ministry and Funerals, by email or phone 317-846-3404 x365

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    Buildings & Grounds

    The maintenance team keeps our facilities in like‐new condition year-round. Our volunteers utilize their skills in mechanical areas like plumbing, electrical, painting, carpentry, HVAC, general construction and maintenance. If your skill set includes these specialized vocations and you have some flexible time, please consider this team.  

    To learn more, email Jay Rigsby or phone 317-846-3404 x333.

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    Children & Youth

    Children's Ministries

    Each week, 60+ volunteers nurture and lead the children we serve.  We've designed our opportunities to meet not only the time and availability of our volunteers, but their spiritual gifts and talents as well.

    For more information on Early Childhood opportunities (birth - 5 year olds), contact Jennifer Ebner by email or phone 317-846-3404, x327.

    For more information on Elementary Opportunities, contact Patrice Smith by email or phone 317-846-3404 x386 

    Youth Ministries

    Adults with a heart for service with youth drive St. Luke’s Youth Ministry. Whether group leaders, mission trip adults, small group leaders, shoppers, Lodge caretakers, teachers, leaders, or those who help with fundraising and events, it takes a small army of adults to help our teens discover their faith.

    For details on service opportunities and to determine how you want to be engaged, read our Adult Volunteer application.

    Safety of our youth is a top priority. Be prepared to fill out a background check (which we arrange and pay for) before beginning your service.

    For more information, email Heather Kenison  or Travis Bannon or phone 317-846-3404.

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    English as a New Language (ENL)

    St. Luke's hosts ongoing ENL (English as a New Language) classes.  Do you love serving others through food and hospitality?  Are you interested in overseeing the youth who volunteer for childcare?  Would you like to assist with teaching?  

    Contact the Outreach Team by email to volunteer.

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    Hospitality & New Here

    These teams create a warm welcome and a secure and safe environment from the parking lot to the Sanctuary/Chapel and everywhere in between. Parking attendants, greeters, guides, ushers, golf cart drivers, coffee and donut team and section hosts are among the many roles filled to help this big congregation feel accessible and welcoming. We also have opportunities in our New Here Ministry on the Guest Follow-up Team, the Guest Gift Drop Team, at the Welcome Center, as a Fellowship Friend, and in Video Announcements. 

    To learn more, contact Terri Coe, Director of New Here Ministries, by email or phone 317-846-3404 x308.

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    Sowers is the gardening group that built and now maintains the St Luke cloistered garden located outside the Parlor and the beautiful urns found at our main entrance. We engage in select community service projects such as the Love Tomato project. 

    The Sowers, are funded solely through proceeds from their spring and fall plant sales and sales from their UMW bazaar booth to provide financial resources for all garden maintenance.  If you have interest in gardening matters, you will enjoy our special programs on various topics during the winter months.  Membership is open to anyone. Email Gail Corn for more information.

    March 2019 Newsletter


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    Whether your gift is singing or drumming or drama or visual arts there is very likely a role for you at St. Luke’s!  

    To learn more, contact one of the following leaders based on your worship style preference:

    Contemporary Worship:  Email Matt Bays, Interim Director of Contemporary Worship & the Arts 

    Taizé Service: Email Jeff Rogers, Director of Worship & the Arts 

    Traditional WorshipEmail Jeff Rogers, Director of Worship & the Arts 


    An incredible community of individuals serves “behind the scenes” for each worship service, from organizers and directors to audio visual teams that make sure the sound is right and the lights are working. Training for these positions is available. No skill required. Just bring a willingness to learn on the job.

    To learn more, contact Dawn Fitch, Ministry Assistant by  or phone 317-846-3404 x338