Pastoral Care

St. Luke’s pastoral care ministries offer comfort and refreshment in times of joy, sorrow, trial, transitions and other needs. 

Lay Eucharistic Ministers

Lay Eucharistic Ministers take communion to and offer pastoral visits to those who are unable to attend services at the church. Our LEMs carry the parish with them as a sign of the whole community’s care, support, and concern for absent members.

Omega Guild

Omega Guild provides a caring, loving reception in the Parish Hall for family and friends to gather after a funeral or memorial service. The reception may be as simple as cookies and coffee or a full meal may be served — it’s the family’s choice to make. There is no expense to the family as the Omega Guild has a memorial fund that accepts donations, and it calls upon members to provide food and help as the need arises.

Community of Hope / Pastoral Visitors

Our Lay Eucharistic Ministers provide a ministry of presence, and each ministry is as individual as the gifts of each chaplain. Some visit the sick or infirm at their homes or in hospitals, some have feeding ministries, some visit prisoners, some walk with people in their final hours in hospice. We can be Eucharistic ministers bringing communion to the homebound or hospitalized. The only agenda we have is to alleviate the suffering in the world with the gift of our presence and a listening ear. We daily practice being the hands and feet of Christ in this world.


St. Luke’s Columbarium is located between the main church and the Parish Hall next to the ramp leading to the office. The Columbarium is being developed in phases and offers St. Luke’s families a final resting place for the ashes of loved ones.