Mission and Outreach

Mission and Outreach Ministries are pathways that transform the hearts of worship into hands of service. We believe that each individual plays a role in creating a just, peaceful, and sustainable world. St. Paul’s Mission and Outreach Committee is work in God’s name, stretching out to meet the needs of those in the wider community.

Bhutanese Refugee Citizenship Readiness Support Group

Refugee Support Group

The financial commitment made by the vestry sends a strong message about the importance of mission and outreach at St. Paul’s. We will continue to develop existing programs, while responding to new projects.

Through our outreach ministries, we seek to serve Christ in all persons, shining as a light in the world to the Glory of God as promised in our Baptismal Covenant. We encourage everyone at St. Paul’s to be active and generous participants who inspire, lift, and advocate on behalf of those in need.

We pledge to seek, serve, and shine by devoting our time, talents, and treasure to serve the most vulnerable in our community and around the world.

The Mitten Tree

On-going Projects:

  • Needs Closet – Donations of new or gently used: washable sheet sets for twin, full, queen, and king beds; warm blankets; comforters and bedspreads; bath, hand, kitchen towels, and washcloths; mattress pads; crib sheets; warm winter coats; NEW ITEMS: pillow covers, pillows, disposable diapers
  • Food Bank – Donations of non-perishable items food items, especially protein sources such as peanut butter, canned cooked dry beans, stews, chili, tuna, chicken, salmon, etc.
  • Refugee Support Group
  • Mission and Outreach Monthly Planning Meeting – 1st Wednesday of the month at 5:30 pm in the VanAtta room; ALL ARE WELCOME!
Thanksgiving Baskets

Thanksgiving Baskets

Seasonal Projects:

  • Mitten Tree
  • Thanksgiving Baskets
  • Episcopal Relief and Development Book Sale
  • CROP Walk
  • Blood Drives

Contact the office at St. Paul’s (517-482-9454) for additional information