St. Luke’s has recently welcomed, and our Men in Mission have sponsored, Boy Scout Troop 355. Boys who are at least 11 years old (or have completed the fifth grade) but are not yet 18 years old are eligible for Boy Scouts. The program achieves the BSA’s objectives of developing character, citizen ship and personal fitness. They meet on Monday nights year round and camp once a month. One of the highlights of their program is cooking and hosting an annual BBQ each January to raise funds for scholarships, summer camps, and special events for the boys.

St. Luke’s Men in Mission is excited to welcome Cub Scout Troop 355. Cub Scouting is for boys in the first through fifth grades, or 7 to 10 years of age. They meet on Mondays and do lots of fun activities to help them learn to do their best and get ready for their jump into Boy Scouts. Monthly events may include service projects, hiking, camping, and outings.
Our members have participated in this October event to raise money to fight hunger locally and worldwide for over 35 years. Come walk with us!
Drop In has been providing a loving place of fellowship for people with mental illness for over 25 years. On the third Saturday of each month, we provide lunch, bingo, and a Loaves and Fishes food pantry for our guests. Your donations of personal care items included: laundry detergent, dish washing liquid, hand soap, shampoo, and toilet tissue are always appreciated by our guests. Volunteers are always welcome!
This ministry is supported by regional churches and businesses. They provide thousands of meals each year to people in need. St. Luke’s encourages donations throughout the year. You can help us fill the shopping cart each week.
The vision of Lutheran Men in Mission is for every man to have a growing relationship with Jesus Christ through an effective men’s ministry. We meet monthly on the 2nd Monday at 6:30pm in the Conference Room. Our on-going programs include leading an annual church service, sponsoring Boy Scouts Troop and Cub Pack 355, supporting orphans in India. Our annual BBQ fundraiser supports these and other ministries.
This ministry began in an effort to reach out to prisoners and provide them with Words of Hope during their incarceration. It is now a thriving prison newsletter ministry.
Bring your change on the third Sunday of each month. Our kids, plus your change, plus colorful buckets equals a NOISY offering for God’s works in our world. If you don’t have change, we take the folding money too! Noisy Offerings support one of the many local, national, or international charities that is important to our congregation.
Every fall our members bring new or gently used coats or jackets for others in our community in need. Coats are placed on the altar during both services to be blessed and donated at the conclusion of the service.
We work with two neighborhood schools, Sedgefield Elementary and Sedgefield Middle School, to help them meet some of their special needs. We collect school supplies, donate uniforms, provide treats for the staff and teachers, and provide tutors to work one-on-one with students that need a little extra help.
St. Luke’s was involved with other local churches in starting this program for the homeless more than 25 years ago. The program is administered by the Urban Ministry Center and provides shelter during the winter months (December – March) when the Uptown shelters are overflowing. St. Luke’s participates on Sunday nights and provides a safe place to sleep, a meal, and an opportunity to shower and launder clothes for 12 of our neighbors each week.
The Suzanne Fund provides assistance for those members seeking mental health counseling.
After we had been involved with the Mission Possible prison ministry for a time, we realized that the families of those who are imprisoned need special support too. On the Third Tuesday of each month, the families of prisoners gather for a meal and a time of fellowship.