There are many other opportunities for you to serve the Lord by giving your time and talent in St. Luke ministries. Listed below are other ministries welcoming volunteers to assist in their work.
After the Sunday morning church services, St. Luke hosts a fellowship coffee hour in our Social Hall. The Hospitality team secures volunteers to host Hospitality, and helps with setting out refreshments and light snacks. Refer to the 2017 Hospitality Schedule to see which Sunday your family is scheduled to bring in hospitality food.
Ministry Team Leaders: Don Barnes, Darlene Barnes, Jesika Guillotte, Charlotte Lechlak, Hattie Marandici, and Jen Stamos
Greeters welcome people as they arrive, assist visitors, maintain the Narthex candle area, and usher during church services.
Ministry Team Leaders: Brad Cohlmia, Jeff Mathews, and James Zogzas
Those serving on the Readers Team read the Bible readings during church services.
Ministry Team Leader: Don Barnes
St. Joseph Bookstore
Our church bookstore (open after church services) provides books and other items to encourage spiritual growth for the Orthodox Christian family.
Ministry Team Leaders: Julie Carrigan and Dick Skaff
Young at Heart at the Lake Group
St. Luke has a ministry of parishioners over age 50, called "The Young at Heart at the Lake". The group plans social gatherings that include day excursions, overnight trips, and lunches/dinners at local restaurants, and other fun and festive activities throughout the year. The activities will be promoted in the weekly St. Luke Church Bulletin (hard copy on Sunday) and the St. Luke E-Bulletin, for all those interested, to plan ahead and join in. We invite you to join us in fellowship and fun!
Ministry Team Leader: Charlotte Lechlak
Yiayia's Blankets is a blanket ministry where volunteers make handmade blankets, quilts, and afghans which are given to local charities in the Mooresville area. Blankets have been provided to the Community Pregnancy Center of Lake Norman, Hospice, and to the Children's Hope Alliance (formerly Barium Springs Home for Children/Presbyterian Orphans Home), a Critical Access Behavior Health Agency operating in 41 North Carolina counties. Each blanket that goes into the community is tagged with our own special label:
This blanket ministry is proud to spread warmth and prayers “one stitch at a time”.
Ministry Team Leader:
The Glorious Prophet Elias (Elijah); Synaxis of the Russians who were perfected in France: Protopresbyter Alexios Mednedkov, Presbyter Dimitrii Klepinin, Mother Maria Skobtsova, her son Yuri Skobtsov, and Ilia Fondaminskii; Mother Maria Skobtsova, New-Martyr of France