A congregation engaging with organizations and community groups, locally and globally, whose goals match the priorities of the St. Luke’s community, and to provide financial, spiritual and volunteer support to help them succeed in helping the children of God.



Market Street Pantry
37 1/2 South 4th Street Newark, OH 43055
Phone: (740) 345-7469
Pantry Hours:  Wednesday 10:00 am – 12:00 pm, Saturday 10:00 am – 12:00 pm

The Market Street Pantry (MSP) is a ongoing community service program of The Food Pantry Network of Licking County with St Luke’s Church providing a dignified grocery store experience for people and families to collect weekly food and groceries. Located in downtown Newark the pantry has a variety of service opportunities available each week. Read More >

For more information contact 740-587-0167

Online volunteer sign up

NEW TO VOLUNTEERING? Check out these forms below, before your first shift: 
Market Street Pantry Duties | MSP Directions & Map

HOW TO MAKE A DONATION? Did you know that food stamps are not able to be used for the purchase of personal care or cleaning items and that laundry detergent is the most stolen item from grocery stores? With this in mind Market Street Pantry is asking for donations of these vital products: any toiletries (soap, shampoo, conditioner, deodorant, toothpaste, toothbrushes, razors for men or women) and any type of household cleaning supplies. Also, we always accept check donations (please include in the memo line, Market Street Pantry).

We have five teams that prepare and serve meals at St. Vincent Haven in Newark. Each team prepares and serves one meal a month.

Contact the Parish Office to learn more: (740) 587-0167

Healing Art Missions
For almost 20 years, Healing Art Missions has helped support the people of Haiti. Our focus is to provide resources and funding to rural communities that lack access to basic resources, such as healthcare, education, employment, and clean drinking water.

For more information contact 740-587-0167

Open Door Community
The Open Door Community is a residential community in the Catholic Worker tradition (we’re sometimes called a Protestant Catholic Worker House). We seek to dismantle racism, sexism and hetero-sexism, abolish the death penalty, and proclaim the Beloved Community through loving relationships with some of the most neglected and outcast of God’s children: the homeless and our sisters and brothers who are in prison.

Licking County Coalition for Housing
LCCH provides a wide variety of housing services to homeless and low-income members of our Licking County community. LCCH now operates over 40 units of Transitional Housing for homeless families and individuals – serving nearly 80 households (including more than 100 homeless children) every year.

Episcopal Relief and Development
International Rescue Committee
Licking County Community Health Clinic
Craftsmen for Kids, Newark, OH



Granville Turkey Trot

Annual Thanksgiving Day 5K Fun Run/Walk with proceeds benefiting the Food Pantry Network of Licking County. Presented by St. Luke’s Church, Granville, this family-friendly holiday outing has become a Thanksgiving tradition for runners and walkers, young and old. For more details click the on the Granville Turkey Trot website or Facebook page above. **This is a non-time event. 

Visit Granville Turkey Trot Website


Torch Bearer
Oblations Bearer
Coffee Hour

For more information contact (740) 587-0167


The Altar Guild is responsible for all sacred vessels, sanctuary appointments, altar linens, candles, bread (gluten free wafers are provided), wine, and all necessary support services such as the upkeep of the Sacristy, cleaning the brass and linens, and preparing the linens each week.

Responsibilities include all weekly services, all holiday services, baptisms, weddings, funerals and any other special services. In addition to preparing for the worship services, the Altar Guild holds seasonal work days. The work days are designed for polishing the brass and silver, and decorating for Advent, Christmas, Lent and Holy Week.

The Altar Guild consists of five volunteer teams, each team serving one week each month.

For more information contact Michelann Scheetz at (614) 561-6681