We invite all the saints to embark on a Generous L.I.F.E. journey. A journey that a believer embarks on by giving their Labor, Influence, Finances and Expertise to build up the Kingdom of God. In thanks to God, the believer strives to allow God to work through them in each area of L.I.F.E.

“For we are God’s workmanship, created in Christ Jesus to do good works, which God prepared in advance for us to do.” – Ephesians 2:10

Church Volunteer Opportunities


Description: Team of gentlemen that provides logistical support for all worship services – greeting and seating people, distributing worship folders and collecting offering

Contact: ushers@sllcs.org

Altar Guild

Description: Set up the altar for worship services and prepare communion tables and elements. Rotating schedules

Contact: altarguild@sllcs.org


Description: Teen opportunity to glorify God and contribute to the worship experience through lighting of candles and assisting with communion on a rotating schedule. 

Contact: acolyte@sllcs.org

Pew Rack Organizer

Description: Contribute to the worship experience by assuring that there are sufficient pencils and appropriate materials in all the pew racks weekly.



Description: Glorifying God through worship music at church services and special events. Rehearsals: Thursday evenings

Interests/Passions: love of music, singing Gifts/Skills: no training required

Contact: musicdirector@sllcs.org

Choral Library Assistant

Description: Distribute and file music for choirs and instrumentalists

Interests/Passions: music

Gifts/Skills: serving, organizational skills

Contact: musicdirector@sllcs.org

Handbell Ringer

Description: Ringers participate in the worship services twice per month and play for special events. Ability to read music is recommended, no audition required.

Interests/Passions: music, worship Gifts/Skills: musicianship, serving

Contact: handbells@sllcs.org

Handbell Maintenance

Description: Assist the handbell director in cleaning and light maintenance of the three octave set of English handbells.

Interests/Passions: love for music and care of musical instruments

Gifts/Skills: serving, craftsmanship, detail oriented

Contact: handbells@sllcs.org


Description: Glorifying God through worship music on special occasions. This group rehearses and plays for worship once per month

Interests/Passions: music, worship

Gifts/Skills: musicianship, serving, and encouragement

Contact: musicdirector@sllcs.org

Concert Series Corps of Volunteers

Description: Assist in a variety of areas in this monthly (Sept-April) musical outreach to the community. Opportunities include greeting guests, providing hospitality for performers, planning and hosting special receptions, assisting with traffic control, serving on the Audio-Visual team.

Interest/Passions: music and community involvement

Gifts/Skills: a friendly smile and spirit of hospitality; experience in or willingness to train for A/V specialty (if chosen)

Contact: concertseries@sllcs.org


Description: Assist in a variety of areas, including processing books in/ out and restoring book to shelves.

Contact: churchlibrary@sllcs.org

Junior Youth – JAM

Description: Serve as Christian role model to middle school aged youth at bi-monthly J.A.M. events.

Contact: jam@sllcs.org

Junior Youth – LOL

Description: Serve as Christian role model to 5th & 6th grade youth at monthly youth events.

Contact: lolrock@sllcs.org

High School Youth Mentor

Description: Attend Sunday night youth events from 6:00-8:00pm and build relationships with teens through Bible study and activity.

Contact: senioryouth@sllcs.org

Vacation Bible School

Description: Help children grow in faith and knowledge of Jesus during this event that is scheduled for the second week of June. Opportunities to serve include crafts, group guide, closing event, activities, snacks, mission, newsletter preparation, and videographer.

Contact: vbs@sllcs.org or click here to see available opportunities.

Adult Education Teacher

Description: Help congregation members grow in faith/knowledge of the Lord by teaching or facilitating adult Bible studies.

Contact: familylife@sllcs.org


LERT is part of LCMS Disaster relief.  Our purpose is to use our Christian gifts to provide disaster relief. Our teams provide relief through sending everything from chainsaw crews to human care to help a disaster struck area.  Visit sllcs.org/lert for more information.

Redeeming Life Maternity Home is a safe haven for pregnant women who find themselves without a place to stay. Women receive shelter, food, emotional and spiritual support, as well as, classes in life skills and parenting. To learn more about Redeeming Life click here

Samaritan seeks to love and serve our at-risk neighbors experiencing homelessness by providing tailored resources for their physical, mental, spiritual and emotional wholeness through the power and love of Christ. Learn more at SamaritanResourceCenter.org

Through coordination of aid from over 60 churches in Seminole and northeast Orange Counties, the non-profit, interdenominational ministry of The Christian Sharing Center has been helping families in need since 1986. The Center gives away thousands of dollars worth of clothing and household goods each year through its Values Reborn Thrift Store. Individual needs are also met through the generosity of the Centers partners in ministry. St. Luke’s is a sponsoring congregation and coordinates donation drives throughout the year to support the Center.

Depending on available resources, the Center also provides assistance with rent, mortgage payments, vouchers for prescription medications, and transportation needs. Job and financial counseling referrals are also offered.

Longwood location: 600 N. Hwy 17-92 Ste. 158 | Sanford location: 515 E 25th Street

Food pantry & Client Services: 407-260-9155 | Thrift Store: 407-332- 0925

Christian Help in Casselberry supports families after the loss of a job or income with a food pantry and job applications.  Learn more at ChristianHelp.org

Packages to military personnel are sent out approximately every six weeks. Names of men and women in the service are provided by friends or family members to receive packages and be placed on the prayer list. Expressions of thanks from the soldiers are recorded in a scrapbook that remains on display in the Narthex.

Contact: Janet Smith | troopsupport@sllcs.org

Cancer is Strong. Hope is stronger. Remind someone with cancer they are not alone. Cancer patients receiving chemotherapy spend countless hours receiving treatment, waiting for appointments and visiting doctors and hospitals. St. Luke’s Chemo Caddie Ministry is working with Phil’s Friends to provide Care Packages to those affected by cancer.

Click here to request a Care Package

Or contact Kylelublin@gmail.com or  chemocare@sllcs.org

The Bereavement ministry assists families who have lost a loved one by coordinating a reception following a funeral service, memorial service or interment. An usher team assists with setting up supplies on a reception table, and acting as quiet hosts during this healing time of fellowship.  Contact: Church office 407-365-3408

A follow-up program of cards and booklets for the bereaved is coordinated by Susan Z and Pastor Reinhardt.  For information, call 407-496-7127

Description: Meets weekly to complete projects including baptismal banners and Tender Hands ministry infant burial gowns.

Interest/Passions: women’s ministry, sewing, crafts

Gifts/Skills: iron on work, basic sewing skills, desire to learn, or ability to use other craft skills

Contact: baptismalbanners@sllcs.org

Description: LWML groups meet monthly to participate in fellowship and focus on service projects throughout the year.

Interest/Passions: interest in mission work and women’s ministry

Gifts/Skills: various

Contact: LWML@sllcs.org, 407-365-3408

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Please check the St. Luke’s website for annual events that require volunteers such as A Night in Bethlehem

Worship and Coffee Hour

Assist with worship or  preparing and/or cleaning up for our Sunday morning Coffee Fellowship time.  9-11am. Contact the church office.

Baptism and Funeral Coordinators

Description: Assist families and pastors at baptisms/funerals/memorial services.  Contact: volunteer@sllcs.org

For more service opportunities please visit our Serve page.

There are times when words need to be accompanied by real, practical love. Jesus showed us love in the most practical way one can imagine, by giving His own life. During mission trips throughout the years, members of St. Luke’s love the people of Honduras and Latvia with a selfless, Christlike love. Teams of servants change lives by spending time in God’s Word and putting love into practice. St. Luke;s has been deliberate in forging two international partners in spreading the gospel on La Paz, Honduras and Sloka, Latvia.

For more on upcoming service projects visit our Missions page or contact Pastor Roberts at broberts@sllcs.org.