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September 12, 2018 | by Lisa Dumolt

RefugeeNet began in 1995 at St. Luke’s, North Park to provide supportive services to refugees during their adjustment to life in the U.S.  We have grown from a small committee of five people to a nonprofit corporation with a board of directors and an annual budget of $188,000 funded by donations and small grants. In […]

June 4, 2018 | by Richard Anderson

Dean and Dona Fitzgerald (pictured above) usually worship at a Baptist Church. But one Sunday not long ago they were among those celebrating the Lord’s Day at St. Luke’s, San Diego – North Park. Some of those in the pews were South Sudanese Americans who over the years or even recently had moved to southern […]

February 2, 2018 | by Hannah Wilder

These frequently asked questions and answers are provided by Amikas, a nonprofit dedicated to making sure every woman and child has a safe place to live and sleep. There is currently an exhibit at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church in North Park which the Union Tribune featured. Emergency Sleeping Cabin FAQs as of January 28, 2018 […]

August 21, 2017 | by Hannah Wilder

St. Luke’s Episcopal Church began demolition today of its original church building on the corner of Thirtieth and Gunn Streets. The additional space will significantly expand St. Luke’s participation in an innovative urban farming and culinary arts job training program for refugee women and youth run by the International Rescue Committee (IRC). Begun in April, […]

June 30, 2017 | by Hannah Wilder

How did seven St. Luke’s children start attending St. Patrick’s Catholic elementary school? It all began with a conversation. When the Rev. Wayne Sanders, vicar of St. Luke’s, San Diego – North Park started his interim work, he visited neighboring churches. He formed a good and prayerful relationship with the Rev. McFadden, priest of St. […]