There are many opportunities to get involved here at St. Luke's.

Sunday Service Volunteers:




Serve on a rotating schedule during the 10:00 am service.  Acolytes must be in 4th grade through adulthood.  Training and cool robes are provided.



Altar Guild

Volunteers prepare the alter for the Sunday Eucharist and special services, arrange the altar flowers and care for altar linens, candles, and vestments. Helping times are flexible.

Ginnie Treiber and Lanie Ganzenmuller



There are so many opportunities for you to share your love of God through music during our worship services.

Victoria Iannacchino

Meets Wednesdays at 7 pm in Sanctuary

Coffee Hour

Coordinate refreshments for parishioners after 10:00 am Service



Count the offertory after the 10:00 am Service


Farmer's Market Table

Hand out brochures and offer a plant raffle at the Farmer's Market in front of St. Luke's, Summer Saturdays between 10:00 am and 12:00 pm. 

Kristine Janusas


Flower Delivery

After 10:00 am service, deliver flowers to chosen person


Lay Reader

Lay person licensed by the Bishop to administer the consecrated elements of the Eucharist. They may also visit and share the sacrament with members of the congregation who were unable to be present at the celebration because of illness or infirmity.

Nigel Hawkins



Babysit in our Nursery during the 10:00 am Service.

Kristine Janusas


Sunday School

Children have a special place at St. Luke's. Gifted Sunday school teachers, all of them members of our congregation, take great care in teaching the children about our faith.  There are a variety of activities for young and older children, including community outreach programs and our beloved Christmas Pageant.

Laura Franco and Kristine Janusas


A church usher introduces visitors to the church by having them sign a visitor's card.  The church usher helps the Pastor to make the service a success by putting the congregation in the right frame of mind to receive the message. The usher meets the people with a pleasant smile, a warm welcome, and directs them to comfortable seats.  He/She also sees to it that order is kept in and around the church at all times during the services.  

John Nagy


Other Opportunities for Volunteering:

Lay Pastoral Care

This ministry offers a time of communion, prayer, and fellowship to our home-bound, nursing home residents or hospitalized parishioners who cannot attend church.  Lay ministers may also bring communion to those in need.

Dorothy Holohan As Needed

Thrift Shop

Our thrift shop is open every Tuesday from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm.

Bea Francis

Tuesdays 10 am  - 2 pm


The Vestry is the legal representative of the Parish in all matters concerning its corporate property and the relation of the Parish to its Clergy. The Vestry is responsible for or has input into the following:

  • Temporal affairs, financial management and property management.
  • Personnel management and program oversight and development.
  • Input into worship & liturgy, education and pastoral concerns

Nancy H. Rose and Lanie Ganzenmuller

Worship Committee

The Worship Committee works with our Rector in preparing the elements for communion, decorate the church for special services and seasons, invite guest speakers and ask members to assist with worship. In addition, we discuss and evaluate our worship together as a congregation, and to make proposal to the Rector about our worship needs.