Marion Miller

Marion first came to St. Luke’s as a seminary student pastor for The Garden at Beef & Boards in 2001.  After graduating from Christian Theological Seminary in 2003, Marion served as the resident pastor of The Garden at Oak Hill, while also serving as a chaplain at Larue Carter Hospital.

In 2005, Marion joined the St. Luke’s staff full time as an associate pastor.  She served as the clergy liaison for Outreach ministries and formed the Inclusiveness Ministry, supporting St. Luke’s vision to work through God to transform the world into a more compassionate, just, inclusive, Christ-like community.  Marion is also involved in the T.I.M.E. ministry.

In 2007, Marion was appointed as the pastor for Later @ St. Luke’s, the Sunday 6PM service.  She is a columnist for The Indianapolis Recorder and serves on various race relations study circles and boards including Metro Ministries and the Interfaith Hunger Initiative steering committee.

Before becoming a pastor, Marion worked for 23 years as a senior executive for Xerox Corporation.  After earning her Master of Divinity in 2003, Marion returned to Christian Theological Seminary in 2005 to pursue her doctoral degree in Congregational Leadership and Development, which she completed in 2008.

Together with her husband John, Marion has two daughters and seven grandchildren.