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Pastoral Care

Our Pastoral Care Ministry provides the parishioners of St. Luke’s with much-needed support during times of trouble and hardship as well as providing them with opportunities to serve those within the church family and in the surrounding community. our 24-hour Emergency phone number is (928) 260-6300.

The St. Lukes Food Pantry

St Luke’s Food Pantry is a program designed to address the issue of food insecurity by providing food on a weekly basis to those who live in our community. The Pantry is open to the public every Friday from 9:00am-12:00 noon. We currently serve about 40-50 families a week. The Pantry volunteers, in collaboration with our partners, strive to keep our pantry well-stocked with a variety of foodstuffs. Our partners include St Mary’s Alliance (deliveries twice a month) Yavapai County Green Bag Project (distribution of non-perishable items three times a year), Wildflower Bread Company (weekly donation of bread and pastries), as well as donations of food and cash from St. Luke’s parishioners (throughout the year). The volunteers work many hours to collect, sort, store, and maintain the Pantry and Bunker (a separate storage area), to ensure we keep our doors open to the public. We pride ourselves in welcoming all who come to us and are committed to providing outstanding service. This program’s success is largely due to the dedication of hardworking people who generously give of themselves in support of this ministry.

Pastoral Care Community Contact Lists

The administration office, along with many dedicated volunteers, has been working to update our Community Services reference lists. Many services are available in our area for food, clothing, housing, and other needs that people in our community may need. Download the attached lists and keep them handy so that, with your help, the ministry of St. Luke’s continues beyond our front doors.

Community of Hope

Community of Hope is open to everyone, but applicants must complete the study in order to be considered for membership in the Circle of Care as a Lay Chaplain. The group meets on the 4th Thursday of every month at 11:30 in the large conference room in the Administration office. For more information, please contact the church office at info@slecp.org.

Blessing of the Animals

Once yearly, St. Luke’s holds a ceremony in our Pet Memorial Garden called “The Blessing of the Animals” where our parishioners and members of the community bring their beloved “fur babies” to be blessed by the Rector. It’s a solemn, but fun testament to God’s love for all of His creation.

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