St. Luke's is passionate about Sharing God's Love throughout the world, starting with our own backyard. Explore ways to serve the OKC metro with your family of faith below.
- Arts at St. Luke's
St. Luke’s is committed to the arts and has many events throughout the year; from concerts at each campus to musicals in the Poteet Theatre.
Volunteers are needed at every arts event; from serving as greeters and ushers to box office and concession stand help, there are a number of ways that you and your family can serve together in the arts.
Each show that is performed needs special props to help tell the story. The Poteet Theatre has a vast inventory of props, but a team of volunteers works to pull these props together for each show.
Volunteers are needed to help create the set for each play or musical in the Poteet Theatre. If you are proficient in woodworking, or a good painter, your skills can be used in this ministry area.
A musical is not complete without sound and lighting. Volunteers are needed for each event, so if you have a passion for lighting or sound engineering, we have a place for you. Training is provided.
For more information on ways to serve in the Arts at St. Luke’s, contact:
Logan Fish, Edmond Campus Director of Hospitality
285-2341 | email@example.com
- El Sistema After-School Program
El Sistema Oklahoma provides free after-school instrumental music education and social support to over 200 children in 3rd through 12th grade in Oklahoma City Public Schools. El Sistema Oklahoma meets during the school year at First Presbyterian Church (1001 NW 25th St, OKC) and volunteers are needed Monday – Friday between 2 – 6 p.m.
Volunteers set their own, flexible schedules. Come every day or only one day a week. Volunteer for the entire time or only an hour. Every bit of time spent is valuable to the children. You do not need any musical experience to serve, as there are many other tasks that are critical. Most successful volunteers serve on a regular schedule, as this helps you learn the program and develop relationships with the children, faculty and other volunteers.
Current volunteer needs include: snack server, program greeter, and
station aide. Volunteers consent to a background check prior to serving on site with the children.
For more information on ways to serve with El Sistema Oklahoma, contact:
Jayme Kelton, El Sistema Site Coordinator
(405) 505-1494 | Jayme@elsistemaok.org
- Ending Hunger OKC
Ending Hunger OKC is St. Luke’s food ministry that works with churches and community organizations to coordinate mobile meal deliveries to homebound senior citizens in Oklahoma County. Volunteers consent to a background check prior to serving.
Ending Hunger OKC now oversees the Meals on Wheels office is the central hub for program operations and you have the opportunity to help this vital program grow by answering the phones, fielding questions, filing, and data entry. Schedule is flexible and training is available.
Deliver Meals on Wheels
Volunteers are needed to pick up meals from a local church and deliver them to homebound seniors. This is a great opportunity to enjoy a flexible volunteer schedule and convenient online sign-up process to easily select a route and day that works for you. Sign up online at endinghungerokc.org/opportunities.
Kids Cuisine (coming soon)
Too many children in Oklahoma County have little food beyond what they receive at school. No child should go to bed hungry. Ending Hunger OKC is reviewing ways to combat food insecurity for all, but especially our most vulnerable neighbors. In addition to partnering with the Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma and other organizations, we hope to coordinate meal programs for youth. We will model our program after Caterina’s Club in Anaheim, CA, where Chef Bruno Serato feeds more than 5,000 children each day.
ElderEats (coming soon)
ElderEats is an innovative new program feeding the body and the soul by combining meal delivery with a new social interaction service. ElderEats provides up to 21 meals per week and daily contact Monday through Friday at a reasonable cost. Often, people living out of town hope to find a way for their parent(s) to have regular meals. Other times, a caregiver may be planning a vacation or business trip and wants the peace of mind that someone will be providing their loved one with daily social interaction. If
a concern is noted at the home, the driver is able to immediately contact
Mess Hall Meals on Wheels (coming soon)
They served our country. Help us serve them. Too many veterans face food insecurity for any number of reasons. Mess Hall Meals on Wheels works with veterans’ organizations and community partners to honor former members of the military.
For more information on ways to serve with Ending Hunger OKC, contact:
Chris Lambert, Director of Ending Hunger OKC
609-1035 | firstname.lastname@example.org
- Lee Elementary School Program
St. Luke’s is volunteering at Lee Elementary School, located near St. Luke’s Asbury Campus (SW 29th and Walker), to provide services to children in Kindergarten – 4th grade. Volunteers consent to a background check prior to serving on site with the children.
In just one hour a week, you can bless a young life by reading to students. The volunteer schedule is flexible. You choose the day and time that works best for you. Not only will you be helping a child academically, your support will provide a loving presence in their life.
Volunteers develop supportive and nurturing one-on-one relationships with at-risk students while helping them focus on core values and education.
For more information on ways to serve with Lee Elementary, contact:
Rev. Keith King, Pastor of Online Worship
609-1026 | email@example.com
- Pet Ministry
Anyone of any age, who has a heart for animals, is welcome to be part of the St. Luke’s Pet Ministry. This group invites animal lovers to take part in sharing, growing and serving together as we experience the remarkably unique and spiritual relationships that we share with the animals who provide us with comfort and companionship.
Pet Ministry Volunteer
Volunteers help with fun projects like the Pet Blessing, or helping with other community missions for animals in need and writing notes to members of the family of faith who are welcoming a new pet or saying goodbye to a beloved best friend. This opportunity is great for people who love animals.
Paws Prayer Team
Volunteers pray primarily for pets when they are sick, or for owners when there is a time of need. This prayer team is available to adults and children.
For more information on ways to serve in the Pet Ministry, contact:
Beth Armstrong, Director of Adult Ministries
609-1045 | firstname.lastname@example.org
- Studio 222 After-School Program
Studio 222 is an after-school program that helps students in 6th through 8th grade by developing a strong, healthy self-esteem and resilience against at-risk behaviors. This mission invites professional artists from the OKC area to provide a positive environment in which children can gain confidence and be inspired to express themselves through art. Studio 222 takes place during the school year at the Downtown Campus, Monday – Thursdays.
Volunteers consent to a background check prior to serving on site with the children.
Assisting in the classroom at Studio 222 is about building relationships, connecting with the students, and helping maintain order in the class. You help us create an environment of comfort, encouragement, and warmth. Volunteers can serve once a week or every day: Monday – Thursdays
from 4 – 6 p.m.
The students are offered a meal each day they come to Studio 222. We rely on donations for the desserts and drinks. Desserts can be packaged or homemade. We prefer powdered drink mixes such as Gatorade, lemonade, or Kool-Aid instead of individually-packaged drinks.
Drivers are a crucial part of Studio 222 success, as most students would not be able to attend without a ride. Driving the church van does not require a special license, however, drivers do have to pass an online safety class for insurance purposes. Volunteers pick up students from school between 3:30 – 4:15 p.m. and/or drive students to their home from 6 – 7:15 p.m.
Studio 222 Mentors
Mentors are needed to help students who have graduated from the Studio 222 program and are now in high school or college. Mentors help students navigate life by providing advice, support, and guidance.
For more information on ways to serve with Studio 222, contact:
Julie Robinson, Studio 222 Executive Director
609-1009 | email@example.com
- Faith Partners Addiction Ministry
Addiction affects nearly every family in some way. Complex and arduous, the journey to recovery is often a long one. The church is called to be a safe place to start the conversation about recovery with individuals and families in need. Faith Partners Ministry is a link between the family of faith and recovery resources in the community.
Volunteers begin as a resource for information but may eventually check in with a specific family, showing them care and love as they face the difficulties of addiction. This volunteer opportunity is for anyone who has a heart for caring for people through hard times in life and can help provide insight into good resources in the community.
All Faith Partners volunteers make a difference through promoting the ministry, recruiting new volunteers, and praying for the ministry and those involved with it. You do not need to be an expert to volunteer.
Support Team Members
This group acts as a resource link to groups and organizations in the community that help address recovery needs. When someone who needs help is looking for guidance, the team member offers expertise by pointing them in the right direction.
Volunteers become more involved in the faith journey of those the Faith Partner Team are caring for, by calling or mailing cards to check in on people after their referral(s). Also encouraging them to continue in their faith journey with worship, and reminding them that they are accepted and welcome at
For more information on ways to serve in Faith Partners Ministry, contact:
Beth Armstrong, Director of Adult Ministries
609-1045 | firstname.lastname@example.org