Parish Administrative Assistant

The Parish Administrative Assistant is a part-time position responsible for general organization and maintenance of the Parish office; preparation, mailing, and distribution of Church correspondence; coordination of volunteers, and the preparation/publishing of worship service bulletins, The Administrative Assistant works with the Rector to ensure that the Parish Office operates efficiently and supports the church mission and strategic plan. The Administrative Assistant is the main clerical support for the parish and must be able to function both independently and cooperatively with others. This part-time position averages 16 hours per week. Email resumes to


Beginning July 3rd through September 4th

Reminder: Beginning Sunday, July 3rd, we will move to our summer schedule with ONE service Sunday morning at 9am. Our service on Sunday July 3rd will be outdoors, weather-permitting. Beginning the week of July 3rd, the parish office will also move to summer hours. The Office will be open between 9am-1pm on Tuesday-Thursday.


Saturday, June 18th at 10:00am

Ken+ is organizing an hour-long silent prayer vigil dedicated to the victims of gun violence. It will occur on Saturday, June 18th at 10am. We will gather near the gazebo at Fairport Library at 9:45am. Feel free to bring a lawn chair if standing for an hour seems ominous. The hardest part will be the keeping of silence for an hour. Bring signs themed Anti-Gun Violence (good taste, please). All are welcome to join us. We hope to do this weekly with the next two dates as Tuesday, June 21st at 5pm and Tuesday, June 30th at 5pm.


July 21st at 1:00pm

JULIETs will meet for lunch on Thursday, July 21st at 1:00pm at The Pittsford Pub, Pittsford. All St. Luke's ladies are cordially invited and welcome! For a reservation, please contact Ann Rugelis.



Haley Lelio is a Certified Therapeutic Recreation Specialist (CTRS) who focuses on improving the quality of life for seniors. She is beginning a new career of helping to take care of seniors in their own home, with the goal of keeping them as independent and at home as possible. She has training in assisting people transferring and standing up; cooking or assisting with meals; running errands; grocery shopping; assisting with exercise and physical activity; and some housekeeping. If you or someone you know is looking for this type of care in Eastern Monroe County or Victor area, please feel free to call, text, or email Haley at: (803) 522-0248 and 



As the summer months are coming up, our supplies usually get low. We currently need: Peanut Butter (12-16oz), cookies, granola bars, cake mixes, frosting, pancake mix, cooking oil, applesauce (jars or cans), beef stew, coffee, juice boxes, juice, jello, pudding, boxed potatoes (plain and mixed), deodorant, shampoo, and facial tissues. Thank you so much for your contributions to our community. You can drop off donations in the great hall at St. Luke’s.



Our Weekly Memo from Father Ken can be found by clicking on the button



The Hill View is our parish quarterly magazine. Before the digital age, a monthly newsletter would arrive in the mail with news, stories, pictures, jokes, information, and calendars for the month ahead. We've replaced that monthly newsletter with a weekly memo (see above) and with our quarterly magazine. Submissions are due to the parish office on the first day of the month to begin each quarter of our liturgical year (December 1; March 1; June 1; September 1)