Our Campus

Campus Overview

Spread over seven acres, the Saint Luke’s campus includes the Church and Chapel, Education Building, Anderson Youth and Community Center, Parish Offices, Franklin House, food pantry, playground, columbarium, outdoor labyrinth, community garden, and three residences for clergy and staff.

We are blessed to share our home with two campus partners, the Saint Luke’s Parish School and Person-to-Person, as well as various 12-step groups and other local community partners. Our campus is alive with activity seven days a week, while also providing a beautiful space for prayer and reflection. We hope you will come visit. All are truly welcome.

Getting Around & Parking

PARKING – There are two parking lots at Saint Luke’s, both accessible from Ring’s End Road. The upper, or front circle, has limited parking for the Church and Education Building. This is the only handicapped accessible parking available for the Church. The lower, or main parking lot, is also entered from Ring’s End Road. This is the best way to access the Parish Offices, Education Building, Person-to-Person, Columbarium, or the Anderson Youth & Community Center.

ACCESS FOR VISITORS WITH DISABILITIES – We are happy to offer wheelchair accessibility throughout our campus. To access the Church, it is best to park in the upper/front circle and enter the Church through the north door. From the lower parking lot, there is also elevator access to the Church and Chapel through the elevator in the Education Building. Both the Parish Offices and Anderson Youth & Community Center are completely accessible.

Saint Luke’s Parish School

Saint Luke’s Parish School (SLPS) is an Episcopal school for children ages 2-5 that provides a weekday ministry to young children without regard to race, religion, nationality or economic status, through an early childhood education program, fostering close relationship between home, school and parish. Our school’s goal is to prepare our children educationally, socially and spiritually for their futures by helping the whole child grow in a developmentally appropriate atmosphere.


Founded by Saint Luke’s in 1968, Person to Person (P2P) is now a separate non-profit agency dedicated to providing individuals and families with essential resources to help them overcome daily challenges and put them on a path toward economic stability.

P2P serves 25,000 residents in lower Fairfield County (Darien, New Canaan, Norwalk, Stamford, Weston, Westport, and Wilton) with the following programs: three food pantries (Darien, Norwalk, Stamford), grocery home delivery, mobile pantry and casework team, clothing center, caseworker assistance, emergency financial assistance, scholarships/mentorships, camperships, and seasonal enrichment programs.