St. Lucas UCC Mission and Outreach



2017 Mission Schedule

On the second Sunday of each month, the Mission Moment is presented in church. Offering envelopes for these benevolences can be found in your offering envelope box, or you may use a pew envelope noting on it to which benevolence the offering should be sent. 

January - Neighborhood Houses

February - Eden Seminary

March - One Great Hour of Sharing

April - Every Child's Hope

May - Isaiah 58

June - Emmaus Homes

July - Habitat for Humanity

August - Joint Neighborhood Ministry

September - Camp Mo-Val

October - Lydia's House

November - Feed My People

December - 
    Strengthen The Church



  June Mission Moment


Emmaus Homes


Emmaus is a faith based organization that provides around the clock services to adults with developmental disabilities.  By providing residential, recreational and spiritual services for its clients Emmaus works to achieve the goal of helping their clients best lives possible in the community of their choice.


Residential Services

Emmaus is committed to giving its clients CHOICE by offering a variety of residential options to meet the individual needs of each person.  Emmaus is committed providing quality care at all levels of developmental and physical disability by customizing to meet the needs of everyone.

Residential services are offered in homes located in St. Louis County, St. Charles, Franklin and Warren counties.  One of Emmaus groups homes is located in the parsonage at St. Lucas.  Each community home serves up to four clients and provides opportunities for individuals to experience being a part of the neighborhood.



EmmausLink is the combination of the two programs known previously as LEADD and SAS which promotes a community based lifestyle for the clients of Emmaus.  Clients are encouraged to enjoy live and grow through interactions with the community.   An example of community interaction would be the annual BBQ that the Mission and Outreach committee hosts for the residents of the community homes located mainly in the South County area.



As a mission of the United Church of Christ Council for Health and Human Services (CHHSM) the spiritual life of everyone by helping each client participate in the faith community of their choice.


For more information about Emmaus visit their website at