Serving Others



In Our Communities


In his parables, Jesus makes it clear that we are to be an active part of God's restoration of the world. We believe that our part in this great restoration project is most effectively done close to home, where real-world needs are present, but not always visible.

Particularly, Jesus makes clear that we are to serve those who are downtrodden, poor, or in other ways viewed by the world as "less than." In that interaction, God's beautiful reversal happens where those who have enough are blessed by sharing with those who do not.

Below you will find information about some of the ways we endeavor to follow God's lead in caring for those whose needs are present, but not always visible.


Ways We Help Locally

Local Food Pantries

Habitat for Humanity - Part of our Sunday School offerings are donated to Habitat for Humanity and we also participate in builds throughout the year.

Panera Bread's Day End Doughnation - The third Sunday of every month we pick up and bag goodies from Panera.  We take a free will offering to help a different organization every month.

Washington County Humane Society - We collect almost empty plastic peanut butter jars as treats for the dogs.

Ronald McDonald House - We collect pop tops to give to the Ronal McDonald House.


Operation InAsMuch 

"And the king will answer them, “Truly I tell you, in as much as you did it to one of the least of these who are members of my family, you did it to me.” (Matthew 25:40)

Operation InAsMuch is a national program that intentionally gets churches outside their own walls to walk with the neighborhoods around them, and the real-world needs that are there.


Sharing Your Gifts


Charitable Endowment Fund


Missionary Abroad

We are exciteMissionary Picd to announce our newest missionary, the Rev. Alex LaChapelle.  Alex serves as a Country Coordinator for the Young Adults Global Mission (YAGM) program in South Africa.  He mentors, guides and facilitates young adults through a year of international faith-based service.  He creates relationships within ELCSA and works alongside and learns from his ELCSA brothers and sisters.

Alex is originally from Wisconsin and a devoted Green Bay Packers fan.  His faith is deeply rooted in camp ministry.  He believes that the first lesson of love is to listen.  His first trip to South Africa was to attend the 2010 World Cup. 

His hobbies include playing guitar, watching tennis, football and hokey.  His birthday is July 6th.

Contact Information:

Rev. Alex LaChapelle                                                                                                                  PostNet Suite 30                                                                                                                        Private Bag X6                                                                                                                              Cascades, Pietermaritzburg 3202                                                                                                South Africa


SCRIP (Gift Cards)


Quilting, Sewing and Crocheting/Knitting Ministries


Mt. Meru Coffee

St. Luke proudly serves Mt. Meru coffee Sundays during coffee hour.  You can also buy your bags or k-cups for $10 in the gathering area each Sunday.  Mt. Meru offers 4 flavors of coffee. Place an order or pick up your bags today!  All proceeds are given to Mt. Meru, doing justice never tasted so good! Click on the link above for more information.

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