Serve in the Church
Ministries to Serve In
There are numerous ways to serve at St. Paul's; assisting in leading worship, in the Faith Formation programs, serving on the lay leadership council called vestry or other committees. Check out "groups" and contact the parish office for more information.
S.O.S Days/Fifth Wednesdays
S.O.S. (Serving Others Sundays) are when we say "the church has left the building!" We head out into the community to serve those in need. Also, on the Fifth Wednesdays of the month, our Wednesday Church Night is a service project to support a local agency! The next date is Wednesday, October 30.
Pastoral Visits/Prayer Requests:
Hospital Visits: Please call or email to let the pastoral care staff know if you or a loved one is in the hospital. Due to privacy laws, hospitals no longer call the church and let them know that a parishioner is a patient, so we have no way of knowing you are in the hospital if we don’t get notification.
Pastoral Visit: The pastoral staff is available anytime if you would like to talk.
Prayer Requests: If you or someone you know would like to have their name added to the list that is prayed for during Sunday services, please email the name.
Serve in the City
We are proud to be partners with several local social service agencies and assist them with our time, talent and treasure.
- CHUM is an organization made up of several congregations that serve the needs of many in our community
- Loaves and Fishes one block away has several homes of hospitality
- Life House provides many services for at risk youth
Those are just a few! You can check our monthly newsletter for outreach events coming up.
Damiano Soup Kitchen
The first Monday of every month volunteers from St. Paul's prepare lunch from 8:30 am. to 11:30 and serve it from 11:30 to 1:00 p.m. We usually serve between 250 to 300 meals. For additional information and to volunteer contact the parish office.
Serve in the World
We strive to respect the dignity of every human being. It's part of our baptismal call and how we try to live. Parishioners work to combat racism, discrimination and hatred in all forms.
Several community groups meet in the Carriage House, above the garage next to the church building..
Alcoholics Anonymous Sundays 7pm
Alanon Meeting times: Friday, 11:00am Friday, 6:00 p.m.
An Adult Children of Alcoholics (ACA) meets 5pm Tuesdays
An Overeaters Anonymous Support Group meets Tuesdays at 1:00 p.m.
Buddhism and Recovery Thursdays 7pm
Zen Group Saturdays 7am