Outreach and Missions Supported by St. Paul's

  • Samaritan House: please visit the website for information on how you can help, including a complete list of currently needed pantry items. You can drop off food and personal items in the plastic drop-off bins behind their facility at 62324 Van Dyke, Washington, MI 48094. Hours are 10-6, Tues; 10-6 Wed; 10-4 Fri. There are many clients who need sugar-free, gluten-free and low sodium foods. Children's snacks and personal care items are always needed.
  • His Table Community Meal: All are welcome to attend this free community meal served at the Romeo United Methodist Church Tuesdays from 5:15 to 6:30 p.m. Parishioners from St. Paul's periodically make and serve fresh, homemade, healthy meals and experience the joy of witnessing God's love in our community.
  • Grace House on the Mountain in St. Paul, Virginia: Since 2011, members of St, Paul’s, together with other people from the area, have traveled to the town of St. Paul, Virginia to work with Grace House on the Mountain to perform much-needed repairs on the homes of elderly and disabled residents of that severely depressed area of the country. Along with the on-going bottle-and-can collection, designated donations are being accepted to help defray the cost of this worthwhile outreach. Please indicate “Mission Trip” on the memo line of your check and put it in the Sunday offering if you want to contribute. For more information, or if you are interested in participating this year, please contact the church.
  • Interfaith Volunteer Caregivers: please visit the website to learn how you can volunteer or receive services. You may also contact our rector.