Serve  in  our  congregation.

Everyone at St. Luke's is encouraged to find a place to serve. We are inspired by Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s assertion that "life's most persistent and urgent question is 'What are you doing for others?'" 


Deb Dowling, our local ministry team leader, can answer most questions about serving in our community.

  • Worship

    Whether you prefer to serve behind-the-scenes or lead music from the front, you are welcome to participate! If you're interested in playing in our worship band, contact Jessica. If you would like to offer your technical skills, Lindsay can help you find a place running screens, sound, or lights. She can also assist with those who would like to read scripture, greet, and usher. Ron loves working with musicians. We have opportunities for singers and instrumentalists of all ages and experience levels. Our orchestra and choirs are open to everyone.

  • Arts Council

    Are you a dancer, photographer, filmmaker, sculptor, painter, graphic designer, writer, musician, songwriter, poet, dramatist, weaver, or actor? Whatever discipline you practice, you are invited to meet with our talented arts council. We help design worship and special gatherings at St. Luke's and in our community. Contact Lindsay to learn more.

  • Christian Aid

    Every Thursday from 2:00 until 3:30 in the youth building, our team of dedicated volunteers offer hospitality, groceries, and crisis assistance to our neighbors. Rocking babies, handing out coffee and cookies, and giving out groceries are small ways we can extend love to our neighbors. Contact George Snow to learn more about our financial assistance. Maria Godoy coordinates our small food pantry. Contact the church office for information about the food pantry. Dolores Queen leads our hospitality and prayer groups during Christian Aid. To volunteer to extend radical hospitality to our neighbors in crisis, connect with Dolores.

  • Coffee Crew

    Everyone knows that Methodists love their coffee. We have a small, dedicated crew of early risers who brew coffee for us in the FLC and Coffee Shop. Contact Lindsay if you'd like to be part of our team. 

  • Community Nights

    Every Wednesday evening during the school year, St. Luke's provides a hot meal with a suggested donation of $5. People give what they can, and some can't give anything, but everyone is served and welcomed. Dinner is served between 5:15 and 6:00. Short devotions and activities sometimes follow the meal. We're always in need of volunteers to help greet, serve, clean, and lead table discussions. Contact Lindsay to learn how you can get plugged in to this dynamic ministry.

  • Warming Station

    During the winter, when temperatures reach 30 degrees or colder, we open our family life center to our neighbors dealing with homelessness. For the afternoon and evening, warm food and conversation is shared with our community's most vulnerable. Vince and Salema Mells coordinate St. Luke's warming station. Email them if you would like to participate.

  • Westview Outreach

    Pastor Cindy and Deacon Nancy lead community nights at Westview UMC's fellowship hall every Tuesday evening. A free meal is coordinated by Salema Mells. Different Sunday school classes, church groups, and individuals volunteer to make dinner, serve, clean, and lead in table discussions. Everyone is welcome to participate!