Community Service

2017 Community Service Workdays
March 11 | June 24 | October 28

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An important part of life at St. Paul’s is regular and ongoing mercy ministry. We seek to serve needy members of our congregation and sister congregations, selected ministries, our neighborhood, and the surrounding community in a way that promotes broad involvement by families and individuals of all ages. In the likeness of our Lord’s example, we seek to advance the kingdom of God by proclaiming and living out the gospel in Word and deed (Matthew 4:23). In this way we will build up the body of Christ through purposeful fellowship in meeting the needs of others and by uniting with sister churches and ministries to accomplish common ministry goals.

The church’s ministry of mercy is a voluntary expression of our gratitude for God’s mercies. By showing mercy in Christ’s name, a door for the gospel is opened. And whenever the gospel is offered, works of mercy support its message of God’s grace.

We plan and organize three Saturday community outreach days each year during which we undertake many different projects. They include things like yard clean-up, house painting and repairs, praying at an abortion clinic, taking care packages to shut-ins, and collecting food for needy families. In between, many more individual acts of mercy are undertaken by St. Paul’s members as an extension of our community service outreach ministry. We have a place for you in this ministry!

As Christ did for us what we could not do for ourselves, the St. Paul’s Community Service Ministry seeks to help others with tasks they cannot accomplish themselves.

All leaders and workers:
Please download the required waivers: Adult Waiver | Minor Waiver

See photos from previous work days HERE.

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