The Mother’s Day out program is a ministry of St. Luke UMC designed to share love and concern with parents and children. To a preschooler, MDO means fun – fun while learning, growing, doing and being. Children one year through six months are invited to participate in this program. Click here for more information on the program.
Prayer is vital to the life of the church. St. Luke has several members committed to pray diligently. The Aldersgate Chapel is open for prayer during office hours of 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Every Tuesday night for the past 20 years, three St. Luke men, plus other prayer warriors, have met to pray for specific needs and concerns. Would you like someone praying for your concern? Simply send your request to firstname.lastname@example.org. All are welcome to gather for prayer in the chapel (Room 2) off Fellowship Hall Tuesday nights 6:00–7:00.
You can also send prayer requests to email@example.com or you can subscribe to our daily and weekly prayer emails at this link here.
The Stephen Series is a complete system for training and organizing laypersons for caring ministry in and around their congregations. Stephen Ministers provide one-on-one, distinctively Christian care to those who are experiencing a life crisis or challenge.
Prayer Shawl Ministry
Since this nurturing ministry began in April 2015, we have touched the lives many with our prayer shawls! If you know of someone who would benefit from being wrapped securely in God’s loving arms, please contact Nora Conner, the church office, or any of the Prayer Shawl Ministry members. We will be happy to help you select a shawl and card for the recipient.
P.E.T.S. (Pets Enrich the Soul) Ministry
P.E.T.S. ministry is a local outreach program. Members share the love of Christ with those in nursing homes and assisted living facilities by bringing their pets to visit. For more information or to get involved contact Jackie Briscoe, firstname.lastname@example.org or 859-489-7319.
A team of dedicated members has served tornado-torn Alabama and Eastern Kentucky. The teams continue to help rebuild houses for families in Salyersville.