Ministries at St. Paul's
the Missions and Ministries of St. Paul's
Mindful moments in preparing the altar for worship services
The Rector’s Discretionary Fund is the primary resource with which we are enabled to give aid to our local community.
Coffee Hours after the Sunday service, and special gatherings during the year to get members together
Would you like to donate flowers for a special person on a particular Sunday? The Flower Guild is always happy to receive and prepare flowers for the altars, and for everyone to enjoy!
Garden green team
Weekly garden gatherings in the warmer months to weed, plant, water, harvest and have fellowship. Of course, any gardener can come at any time to help with the care-taking. Produce is donated to area food pantries.
Liturgy and Worship
Lectors, Intercessors, Crucifers, Acolytes, Eucharistic Ministers, and Ushers are needed for the services.
Choirs - Adult/Youth/Children's
All ages and musical abilities are welcome! Come and sing with us! Classical and Contemporary Music.
Book studies and learning about Episcopal traditions and beliefs.
Monetary gifts secure the future of our fellowship, work, mission. with help from our agents at Edward Jones, the Endowment Committee supervises the investments of the funds.
ecw - Episcopal church women
All women in the congregation are members of the ECW, which meets once a month. Currently, the ECW is sponsoring collections for the area food pantries. Joey Moore from Barb Food Mart is pictured accepting a donation of products and a check.
The “Church Path” has five sign posts where poems and artwork are regularly changed. Inviting area artists to post.
An Evening of Prayer, Meditation, and Music. Monthly Gatherings. Planners and readers are needed.
The “Stream Team” operates the cameras and sound for services to be Zoomed and uploaded to YouTube.