St. Luke Ministries
ANGEL TREE MINISTRIES
A program of Prison Fellowship, is an arm of St. Luke’s Prison ministries that reaches out to the children and families of incarcerated persons, aiming to help meet their physical, emotional, and spiritual needs. More specifically, it seeks to help to maintain a connection–or bridge the gap–between the incarcerated parent and his or her child(ren) through the sharing of gifts at Christmas in the incarcerated parent’s name. We also share with the children and families the love of Jesus, especially at our birthday party for Jesus, to which all participants are invited and encouraged to attend and gifts are distributed.
COLLEGIANS FOR CHRIST
This group is committed to promoting education among the Christian family. They minister to students of all ages, provide encouragement and social interaction to college students on and off campus, and offer tutoring for all students in need of such services. Educational information and assistance are available through this group.
Men of spiritual maturity, working hand in hand with the Elders, Deacons visit the sick, help the needy and bereaved, and help with Communion and Baptism. They also serve as financial officers of the church.
Women called to the ministry of helps. A deaconess works to meet the physical needs of the church and its members. They assist in Communion and Baptism preparations. They labor with the Missionary Board, visiting the sick, helping the needy and comforting the bereaved.
EVANGELISTIC OUTREACH MINISTRY
Working hand in hand with the Outreach Team, this ministry focuses on taking the church to the sick, shut in and lost.
EDUCATIONAL FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (E.F.A.P.)
The financial assistance program helps provide short and long-term financial assistance to members experiencing financial crisis. They also offer aid to college students according to pre-determined guidelines. E.F.A.P. acts as the financial arm of the church’s mission branch.
The Media Team is responsible for disseminating the message of Jesus Christ–the Good News–through the written word as well as the spoken word in the format of audio and video renderings.
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Under the leadership of the pastor, the Ministers’ Alliance consists of ordained elders and licensed and aspiring ministers. These are men of spiritual maturity and they meet regularly to perfect themselves in feeding and overseeing God’s flock. They work to assist the pastor in his multifaceted ministry.
MINISTERS’ & DEACONS’ WIVES
This group works together, learning and teaching endurance, understanding, mercy and love for everyone. The ministers wives are a support to their husbands and each other, as well as counselors and helpers to other women in the church.
The mission of the St. Luke Missionary Board is to implement the work of the Church of God in Christ Women’s Department through service at the local church, to its membership and the community, under the leadership of the Pastor.
Motto: Mission Minded ~ Mission Focused ~ Mission Accomplished
Under the leadership of the church mother, the St. Luke Mothers Board consists of seasoned women in the church. According to biblical principle, these women help teach the younger women of the church. They are also a support group for each other.
NURSES & AIDES
The nurses and aides are on duty each main service to administer first aid to congregants, when necessary. They serve the Pastor when he ministers from the pulpit and serve the church by providing information on current health issues and techniques.
The St. Luke Outreach Team provides bible training in effective witnessing. This group encourages believers to share the gospel with others and promotes the good news of Jesus Christ through door to door witnessing, street ministry and visitation.
PARTNERS WITH CHRIST
The Partners with Christ serve as partners to walk beside you through life‘s challenges. They strive to see things through your eyes and will stand with you while praying with you and seeking a variety of resources that could be helpful to you during these challenging times during your life’s journey. They are trained to nurture new converts and minister to women who experience emotional crisis.
SPECIAL SERVICE TEAM
The special service team is a ministering team responsible for the transportation and related concerns of the disabled and seniors. A bus ministry schedule is available in the church office.
Having the ministry of silent evangelists, ushers greet, welcome, seat and serve congregants during the worship services.
WORSHOP ARTS MINISTRY
Liturgical praise dance, flag and banner bearers. Encourages the use of biblically based worship forms as part of our daily interaction with God. Preparation for leading liturgical worship during church services.
Ministering to the spiritual, intellectual, physical, social, emotional and economical needs of children and youth. We commit to developing services, programs and activities that will assist our youth in achieving their highest potential. See Youth Department Link for more information.
YOUNG WOMEN’S AUXILIARY
The YWA encourages Christian work and fellowship among women, as well as personal development of the Christian qualities of sharing, serving and growing in Christ.