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There are many ways to get involved. Contact us to get started, or to contribute ideas or suggestions of things you'd like to see happen!

Ladies Guild

An integral part of St Luke’s for over 100 years, the Ladies’ Guild produces and collects items for the Guild’s annual bazaar, plans events to share with the parish and the community, and enjoys fellowship with each other. The Guild meets September-May every Tuesday at 1 p.m. in the Parish Hall. Tea is served at 3 p.m.

Membership is open to all. If you have questions, call Chris Schmeichel, 518-891-0869


There are many opportunities for getting involved in our musical endeavors, from singing in the choir to playing an instrument.

Community Lunchbox

The Community Lunchbox is an ecumenical venture formed in 1994 by St. Luke's Deacon, Julianna Caguiat. The Lunchbox is held at St Luke's and operates twice weekly, on Mondays and Thursdays, from 11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. Its mission is to provide nutritious meals to people who might not otherwise have such meals and to provide an opportunity for fellowship and social interchange to those same people. Each team of volunteers is responsible for preparing and serving food one day a month. The Lunchbox Board is from the community at large.

For more information, please contact Jody Deal (327-3979).


Sunday School begins the 2nd or 3rd Sunday in September and the last session is the 2nd week in June.

Children’s Sunday School is scheduled during the Homily and Prayers at the 10 a.m. service. Our children leave the service with their teachers for the day’s lesson in their parish hall classroom and rejoin us at the Exchange of Peace. The kids participate in the service by bringing forward the elements and helping to pass the offering plates.

They also play a major part in our annual Christmas Pageant, playing Mary, Joseph and the angels.

Prayer group

A group of parishioners meets weekly in the Trudeau Room of the Baldwin House to discuss various topics of religious and spiritual interest to the group. DVDs are used to facilitate the discussions. Many of these DVDs were donated by a parishioner who started and led the group for many years. Recent topics studied include contemplative prayer, enneagrams, Buddhism, the Quran, lectures by prominent contemporary church leaders such as Richard Rohr, early saints of the church, early church reformers such as Martin Luther, John Huss, and John and Charles Wesley.

July through September is vacation time and meetings resume the first week of October.

Other ways to get involved

The Monday afternoon Book Group chooses the books by consensus; most are recent, and religious or political in nature. Lively and intimate discussions demonstrate the interest and desire on the part of the participants to further their intellectual and spiritual knowledge of themselves, their community, their nation, and the world around them. All are welcome to join. We ask only that your commitment to the group be genuine and sincere.

Men’s Group or “the Episcopal Way of Lunch”: This group meets on the first Tuesday of every month with the exception of July and August. Their only agenda is choosing the following month’s venue, all of which are local area restaurants; the June Meeting is a cookout at a member’s B&B.

Voluntary dues are $1-$2 per meeting and are donated to charitable area organizations. The group is ecumenical and open to all. Anyone wishing to join please contact the church secretary.

St. Veronica’s Altar Guild lays out vestments, vests the altar, polishes the brass in the Church, and otherwise prepares the building for the Liturgy.

Our Altar Guild meets quarterly, and is divided into weekly teams of 3 or 4 to handle the Altar before and after the services.

Men are welcome to join St. Veronica’s Altar Guild.

Contact: Laura Duncan – 572-7469 and Michele Raville – 637-8617

From Winter Carnival to our annual church picnic and the Christmas Bazaar, there are many ways to help out with events. Send an email to to let us know you are interested.