Volunteer - Worship
Volunteer - Outreach
Working Alongside Our Neighbors
To build ongoing mutual relationships with our outreach partners and to make outreach opportunities more accessible,
engaging and spiritual for all parishioners.
Open to all, this weekly “dinner for a dollar” serves upwards of 5,700 dinners annually. These dinners are the perfect fellowship event for parishioners and residents of Darien and surrounding communities. Kitchen helpers, cooks, servers, set-up or clean-up are always welcome! Thursdays from 5-7 PM.
Outreach Tag Sale
Proceeds support the outreach partners of Saint Luke’s. We collect donations throughout the year and welcome assistance for set-up and operations. Contact us to donate or volunteer
Run With the Saints
This road race and family event, including lunch and a silent auction, takes place the first Sunday of each November. Proceeds benefit an Episcopal camp in Cuba. We welcome volunteers to help with organizing and running the event.
Every year Person-to-Person organizes a special food drive. White paper doves are chosen by parishioners who then shop for food, which is packaged and delivered to families who would otherwise go without food during the holidays. Ages 12 and older.
On the first Saturday in May, we assemble a team to participate in a HomeFront project. We pitch in to help a homeowner in a neighboring community get their residence squared away, making it safer, warmer, and friendlier. If you are 14 or older, please consider setting aside this day for some hard work and a lot of good will.
Pacific House is the homeless men’s shelter on Pacific Street in Stamford. On the first Sunday of each month volunteers cook dinner in the Saint Luke’s kitchen, drive to the shelter, and serve dinner to the residents. All men and women are welcome to join in this ministry.
Person-to-Person, located on the Saint Luke’s campus and Norwalk, provides emergency food, clothing, financial assistance, campership and scholarships to individuals and families in need. Middle schoolers, high schoolers, and adults of all ages are needed. Opportunities range from weekly shifts to one time efforts such as food drives.