Whoever you are, whatever your story, we're here for you.
How Can We Help
There is always something happening at St Luke’s. Whether its worship, studying the scriptures together, exploring the faith with others, sharing a meal together, interacting with one another, enjoying each other’s company, St Luke’s is a hive of activity.
Please contact us if you have any questions or if we can help you in any way.
Here are some ways we may be able to help you and those in our community.
Ministry and Fellowship Groups at St Luke’s
We have a variety of ministry and fellowship groups at St Luke’s which are always looking for new people.
Our ministry groups offer a variety of opportunities for people to get involved in our church community. Regardless of your age, there is always something you can be a part of at St Luke’s.
Our ministry groups include ladies fellowships, men’s breakfasts, small groups, prayer groups, pastoral care and visitation, worship teams and participation, youth and children ministries, couple’s club, and young adults.
Many of our groups provide avenues for community service, such as supporting the Albury/Wodonga Care Van, catering for funerals and other special functions, being part of a meals in wheels team, helping out with Australian Lutheran World Service, or supporting pastoral care at Lutheran Aged Care, Albury.
Some of our groups have long histories, while others are new, fledgling ministries. All help people connect and feel a significant and special part of the St Luke’s community.
Please visit our Events Calendar to see when our groups meet.
Need to talk?
Sometimes you just need someone to talk to - about life, your problems, God, anything at all. Please call us. We’re here for you, no strings attached.
Getting to church
Don’t have transport? If you’d like to come to worship with us or to any of our social events, someone from our friendly community will be happy to pick you up and drop you home.
Baptism is a significant sacramental moment for Lutherans that connects us intimately to Jesus and his church. It requires a serious commitment to practising the faith, and ensuring that the baptised person is actively engaged within the ongoing life of the church. If you are interested in exploring baptism with us, please read this document "So you've asked to have your child baptised" at St Luke’s. We’d love to help you be connected in our community so you can enjoy the wonderful grace baptism brings to those whose lives reflect Jesus.