The Public Policy and Environmental Action Team (PPEAT) will meet Tuesday, July 12 from 6-7 pm. We will be strategizing increasing voter participation, responding to gun violence and the repeal of Roe vs. Wade, and recommendations for St. Luke’s Covenant for the Care of Creation. All are welcome. To join the meeting, click here. For […]
Participants will learn about the history of slavery and racism in Maine, including the role of eugenics and the term Vacationland. Presenters will talk about our shared ancestry and how slavery has impacted the way the world functions today. Participants will also learn specific examples of racism and how it plays out in communities.
St. Luke’s and the Diocese of Maine will continue our long tradition of walking in the Portland Pride Parade. Meet us anytime between 11 am and 12 noon at Monument Square. When you arrive, look for the St. Luke’s banner. We are Group C. The parade steps off at 1 pm. Dress in comfortable shoes […]
After church, join us in the parking area for a Juneteenth-themed Parish Picnic as we celebrate Black Independence Day, the end of the Sunday School year, our graduating high school seniors, and the ministry of Canon Pastor, The Reverend Eleanor Prior. Read The Rev. Eleanor Prior’s farewell letter. Our menu will consist of pulled pork, […]
The St. Luke Food Pantry is a low-barrier food pantry that provides fresh, frozen, and shelf-stable food to its neighbors every Thursday morning from 9 to 11 am. The Food Pantry is located at 134 Park Street at the rear entrance to the Cathedral. Neighbors may collect food every week and take as much food […]
St. Elizabeth’s Jubilee Center a non-barrier Essentials Pantry located at St. Luke’s Cathedral, is a diocesan ministry project which seeks to provide basic daily essentials to those living in need in the greater Portland, Maine area. The Essentials Pantry continues to serve 150+ neighbors every Tuesday morning from 8 to 11:15 am. Essential items include […]