How to Get Involved

How to Get Involved

Firstly, come along and join us in our Sunday morning worship services where we will make you feel most welcome. Stay after the service for morning tea or coffee with our friendly congregation. We would love to meet you!

We value belonging to a Christian community where we are known, cared for, nurtured in our faith and enjoy authentic friendship. We value having a community where we can use our gifts, serve one another and love one another. We value belonging to Life Groups where we experience this.

There are opportunities during the week to come along to one of our Life Groups – a great way to get to know a smaller group of people in a relaxed home setting, whilst studying the Bible together, praying and caring for each other.

St Luke’s has groups and courses that are run by trained leaders and volunteers. Select your preferences to see what groups or courses may interest you.

Volunteering

What we achieve on a weekly basis could not be done without the commitment and skill of our volunteers. We see serving as a response to the love, grace and forgiveness that we have experienced through faith in Jesus Christ. Many just serve because they know that the job needs to get done and they want to contribute to their faith community. Most people serve by getting onto a roster.

We encourage our members and regular attenders to serve on at least one roster once a month. Areas of service include welcoming newcomers and visitors, arranging flowers, setting up and serving communion, morning tea/coffee, sound and projector desks, music & worship teams. Most roles require simple on the job training with access to support as you do the role. Most roles have clear job descriptions and ability to swap rostered dates with others as required.

We would welcome your questions about how you might like to get involved in helping the church exercise its ministries and programs week by week.

We value belonging to a Christian community where we are known, cared for, nurtured in our faith and enjoy authentic friendship. We value having a community where we can use our gifts, serve one another and love one another. Like every church, St Luke’s grows as each member uses the gifts God has given them to serve others. Talk to Rev Brian Westaway, our Associate Minister, about how you feel you may get involved.  You may wish to join an existing ministry area, or start something new.