Serve in the Community

Connect to Community

Saint Luke’s Parish Outreach seeks to share God’s love by connecting with those in need in our community and the greater world. Learn more about our Outreach Partners and how you can support this important work.

Community Supper

Join us in preparing and serving dinner for a $1 on Thursday evenings from 5-6pm September to May in our Parish Hall. To sign up or for more information, email Fran Principe.


Our on campus partner P2P serves 25,000 residents in lower Fairfield County with the following programs: food pantries, grocery home delivery, mobile pantry and casework team, clothing center, caseworker assistance, emergency financial assistance, scholarships/mentorships, camperships, and seasonal enrichment programs.

  • Explore the many options for volunteering for P2P by contacting Saint Luke’s Vestry Liaison for P2P Mimi Griffith.
  • Learn more about P2P

Laundry Love

Join with other local Episcopalians to come alongside people who are struggling by assisting them with their laundry on the first Wednesday of the month at Giant Laundry in Norwalk.

Pacific House

Pacific house is  a nonprofit based in Stamford that provides emergency shelter and affordable housing, working to prevent and end homelessness. Join with Saint Luke’s parishioners in preparing and serving a meal at the men’s shelter on the first Sunday of the month. To volunteer contact John Wall.

Future Five

Future 5 connects low income high school and college students to the people, resources and experiences essential for them to successfully reach their academic, career and life goals. Learn more about tutoring or mentoring opportunities on their website.


HomeFront is a community-based, volunteer-driven home repair program that provides free repairs to low-income homeowners. Saint Luke’s sponsors two projects a year in September and May. Look for announcements to sign up for the next project!


Saint Luke’s has a longstanding connection with our companion parish Santa Cruz del Norte in the Diocese of Cuba. In addition to leading mission trips to Cuba, we seek to support the growth of their church community.

Unity Garden

Saint Luke’s is home to a community garden where we seek to produce healthy food for P2P food pantry customers. If you would like to assist in gardening or harvesting our vegetables, contact the master gardener Laurie Musilli.

Support our Outreach Efforts

Beyond volunteering, we contribute financially to our outreach partners and the life of the wider church by allocating around 12% of our parish budget annually to go back into the community. Saint Luke’s raises money specifically for our Outreach Partners through our annual Garden Gala in May and our Run with the Saints 5k the first weekend in November. Additionally, all plate collections at Christmas and Easter go to support our outreach community partners.