Local Outreach

 Do you have an Outreach Project in mind that requires funding?  If so, the Outreach Commission would like to hear from you!

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Don’t Spend Christmas Alone (DSCA) 2017:

Don’t Spend Christmas Alone, a popular annual community outreach event, at which St. Luke’s parish members, public safety personnel from the Quad Cities, and volunteer supporters from the community, all come together to make this special day a joyful one for anyone alone or who may otherwise not celebrate Christmas.  Guests are welcome to come and dine-in or have a meal delivered to their home, free of charge.  There will be cheerful Christmas décor, Santa Claus, and festive carols.  Guests head home with a warm handshake, a smile, a bag of cookies, and comfort in the knowledge that on this joyous day, they are not alone.

When: Monday, December 25th, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Please direct any inquiries via email to: dsca1225@gmail.com. 

St. Luke’s Episcopal Church Educational Scholarship Application:

St. Luke’s Episcopal Church will award (2) $1,000 one-year scholarships to a graduating senior attending a Quad City High School. The money be applied toward the cost of tuition, fees and books at an accredited public or private university or college, junior or community college, or vocational/trade school. Click Here to Download the Form to Apply!

Granite Creek Park Food Ministry:

Works in cooperation with several other churches to provide a hot meal weekly to the needy and homeless. Contact: Kathy Pessin 771-2707.

Prescott Community Cupboard Food Bank:

Provides temporary food to the needy and homeless. Contacts: Jim Pessin (928) 771-2707, or Sally Phelps (928) 776-9182.

Prescott Valley Food Bank:

Provides emergency food for individuals in the Humboldt Unified School District who fall below federal poverty guidelines. Contact: Earl Poole (928) 775-8781.

Chino Valley Food Bank:

St. Luke’s weekly food collection is divided between this and two other food banks. Contact: Hank Martin (928) 636-5657.

Quixote’s Garage:

Provides daytime hospitality for those who need a place to be during the day. Contact: Chris Finn (928) 771-2637.

Prescott Area Shelter Services:

Provides shelter and basic resources to homeless/transitional women, children and families of Yavapai County. Contact: Liz Kennedy (928) 632-3100.

Warm for Winter:

Saint Luke’s and other area churches collect, sort & distribute warm clothing and blankets to those in need during the month of October. Contact: Mary Hallford (602) 796-1177.

Project Aware:

Provides temporary shelter for homeless men. Contact: Melody Reifsnyder (928) 778-6759.

Undie Sunday:

Provides new underwear and socks as well as pillows and sleeping bags for men and women who served in the military. Collection begins August 1st. Contact: Mary Hallford (602) 796-1177.

People Who Care:

Provides caring non-medical volunteer assistance to adults unable to drive in order to help them continue living in their own homes. Contact: Nancy Reynolds (928) 445-4490.

Habitat for Humanity:

Brings people together to build homes, communities and hope for low income applicants for home ownership: Contact: Dwight Willman (928) 350-8475.

Blood Drive:

Blood drives are held several times a year in cooperation with United Blood Services. Contact: Charlotte Willman (928) 350-8475.

West Yavapai Guidance Clinic:

Raises funds and awareness to make a difference in mental health outcomes within our community. Contact: Laura Norman (928) 445-5311 ext 3615.

Angel Tree:

St. Luke’s provides Christmas gifts for needy school children. Contact: Lyneal Nick (928) 830-8005.

Operation Fair Start:

Provides back packs and school supplies for children in low income families before the start of a new school year. Contact: Mary Hallford (602) 796-1177.

Little League Baseball:

St. Luke’s sponsors a team in Prescott Valley by purchasing uniforms and a banner. Contact: Liz Kennedy (928) 632-3100.

Boy Scouts:

Meet regularly at St. Luke’s. Contact: Kimball Arnold (928) 778-7031.

Highway Cleanup:

Meets 2-3 times a year to clean a section of Highway 89 between St. Luke’s and Chino Valley (marker 323-325) that is assigned to St. Luke’s.  Contacts: Eddie and Tiger Gillum (602) 510-2621.

Paper Collection:

Newspapers, phone books, magazines, miscellaneous paper and any non-corrugated cardboard and secure bags of shredded paper are collected year-round in the big grey box in the Gathering Hall to help the Noon Lions Club fund their many charitable projects. Contact: Tom Gahn (928) 910-2140.

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