St. Paul's seeks to promote stewardship by connecting volunteers to ministries in the Church and community organizations. Please contact us if you are interested in volunteering. The outside links are not affiliated with St. Paul's or represent our beliefs and are just for informational purposes. We are not responsible for what is on those websites so please be careful when clicking.
Families get together to make sandwiches that will go to local agencies that assist the hungry and homeless. We ask that you bring:
We also need volunteers to drive food to the shelters if interested please let Jody Gardner know.
Environmental stewards who work to promote sustainability in all aspects of life: at school, at home, and in the church. The green ministry works on many programs to educate others about environmental issues so that we can better care for creation. Young adults are also welcome.
More about sustainability for those interested:
We meet on the first Monday of every month.
Contact: Margaret Bowen
Parents and volunteers who help our church embrace, as well as serve children, adults, and families affected by special needs. They help adapt our congregation’s curriculum and environment to accommodate all. Special Needs Ministry is an extremely important pillar of the church. Our goal is for everyone to feel welcome and see that they are a valuable member of our community.
More about Special Needs Ministry:
Contact: Margaret Bowen
The Athletic Ministry wants to encourage youth to explore their potential while building self-esteem through organized athletic activities. Free gym nights are open to the community and feature several fun activities for all ages. Other sports activities include baseball, basketball, soccer, and young adult softball. New activities and tournaments to be announced soon!
More about organized sports for kids:
Volunteers and coaches are always needed!
Contact: Jared Mathis
The newly born Prison Ministry team believes that no one is beyond the power to change. We minister incarcerated individuals to help mend their relationships with themselves and their faith. We invite those with a strong passion for serving to join us!
For more information please contact Margaret Bowen or Elizabeth Cox.
Training resources for churches and interested volunteers: https://www.prisonfellowship.org/resources/training-resources/