Altar Guild — Adult volunteers are needed to maintain altar linens. Volunteers will take the used linens home to launder on Sunday after Mass and return them the following Sunday. The Altar Guild is a necessary ministry. Please contact Karen King at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on this vital ministry.
Altar Servers — A group of men and boys who serve at Sunday and other special Masses, and in doing so, assists priests and the parish. Altar boys are in the 4th through 12th grades, and must have received First Communion. The duties are straightforward so no experience is necessary and everyone is trained. Please contact Mr. David Lewis at (703) 966-6730 or email@example.com for more information.
Choir and Music — Sacred music has a prominent place at Saint Luke’s Parish. The St. Luke’s Parish choir sings at the 8:30 liturgy on Sundays and for the celebrations of Christmas, Holy Week, Easter and other Solemn Feasts throughout the liturgical year. For more information please contact Mr. Patrick Delaney or Mrs. Carmen Delaney, Director of Music, at (240) 988-0320 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Greeters / Ushers — Men and women who act as hosts to welcome parishioners and visitors to each liturgical Mass/celebration, distribute and collect Pew Missals and bulletins, sit at the rear of the church, count the number of attendees, and take up the collection. If interested in being an usher or greeter, contact Ada, (703) 463-8808 or email@example.com for more information.
Lectors – This ministry consists of men and women who read the Word of God during the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass during Sunday liturgy, Monday evening Novena/Mass, and Holy Day Masses. Training, if necessary, will be provided. Please leave your name and number with Ada, at (703) 463-8808 or firstname.lastname@example.org for scheduling.
Need Assistance? — Upon request, food pantry is available to those in need.
For more information concerning the above or to get involved, please contact Susan White at StLukesDCOrdinariate@gmail.com.
Sessions of continuing Christian education for all ages are held once a month during coffee hour after mass. Check the bulletin for further details.
New Member Class — Would you like more information about the history and tenets of the Catholic Church? Contact Susan White at StLukesDCOrdinariate@gmail.com to get started.
Hospitality/Coffee Hour — Fellowship is key in the Body of Christ. Do you have a heart for hospitality? If so, we would love to have you as a host/hostess for our weekly Coffee Hour. Volunteers are needed to bring finger food items, set up prior to Mass, and clean-up. Please contact La-Verne Williams at email@example.com to join our rota.