St Luke’s Table’s goal is to provide a supportive environment where visitors can maintain and improve their personal and mental health. The program takes place in a safe and secure venue, which encourages the development of trust.
Anyone who is in need of a supportive environment and/or practical assistance, or who finds it difficult to participate in structured programs due to poverty, illness and/or under-developed life skills.
St Luke’s Table is a ministry of the Anglican Diocese of Ottawa Community Ministries as of July, 2013. Formerly the St Luke’s Lunch Club and Drop in Centre, the centre was an outreach of St Luke’s Anglican Church since 1983 as a community service designed for the homeless or those at risk of homelessness and people living in rooming houses in our neighbourhood.
- homeless or transient
- recently de-institutionalized
- those living with mental health and addiction issues
- working poor
- single parents
- seniors | youth | families living in poverty
- ALL ARE WELCOME
Open five days a week, our Day Program provides much-needed community services, such as:
- meal programs for those in need
- social services
- recreational services
- counseling services