Community Service PRojects

During the Coronavirus pandemic, it's more important than ever that we at St. Luke's live out our vision to embrace our neighbors with the sacrifical love Jesus has first given to us.  We are seeking ways to use our (currently empty) buildings during this time to serve our community, and we continue to work with local non-profits to support their efforts.   

Please scroll down this page for more information on these service opportunities.  Also, you can click the SignUpGenius button below to view serving opportunities and sign up to volunteer!

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Lifeline Screening

Life Line Screening will be on our campus on Wednesday, September 23 conducting fast, painless and affordable screenings for blocked carotid arteries, atrial fibrillation, abdominal aortic aneurysms, peripheral arterial disease and osteoporosis.  Many of these conditions are leading risk factors for stroke and heart disease.


Screening packages start at $139. Single tests cost around $70.

For more information regarding the screenings or to schedule an appointment, call (888) 653-6441 or go to or text the word "circle" to 797979.  Pre-registration is required.

OPeration big Serve

Located near Stapley & Main (911 E Main St.), Operation Big Serve typically helps homeless, veterans, seniors, and others in need, but during this time they are serving anyone who is hungry.  (See MJ's video HERE.)

There is a HUGE, ongoing need for essential items.  Click HERE to see a list of needed items, and drop them off at St. Luke's in the grocery cart by the office door.  (Monetary donations can be dropped off in the mailbox by our office entrance, given online, or mailed to St. Luke's.)

We are also looking for volunteers who could help shop with MJ to pick up food to be donated to Operation Big Serve.

For more information, contact


Due to the COVID-19 virus, CarePortal is expanding their ministry to serve not only families working with Mesa's Child Protective Services, but also the elderly, first responders, medical personnel and other vulnerable populations as identified by several government agencies and non-profits.  When a need is identified within 10 miles of St. Luke's, we receive an e-mail from CarePortal.  If MJ believes we can meet the need, she responds to CarePortal and then e-mails our congregation to see if anyone has the requested items.  Finally, our volunteers deliver the needed items and share a postcard with info about St. Luke's.  CarePortal currently has guidelines in place to allow for non-contact deliveries.

To receive these e-mails, please contact MJ at and ask to be added to the CarePortal request e-mails.