Missions and Outreach

The St. Paul UMC Missions and outreach teams works together to create opportunities to engage and support our community. Check out some of the great events we’ve already had this year! Click here to see upcoming opportunities!

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Join us after worship on Sunday August 14th as we assemble sandwiches to donate to the Central Presbyterian Outreach and Adcovacy Center to hand out to their guests.
Sign up to bring supplies here!

The Grant Park Summer Shade Festival is back! St. Paul will be sharing the love with a booth this year! Sign up to staff the table and share what you love about St. Paul UMC! Sign up work the table here!


We have been collecting School Supplies for the Stewart Center! Stay tuned to see how much we collected!


In June and July we had five weeks of our “St. Paul Kids Serve Camp.” St.Paul Kids Serve Camps have a mission to help kids become empowered stewards of their community through service. During the month of June our campers partnered with the Stewart Center to put together snack bags for their summer camp, they put together hygiene kits for Intown Collaborative Ministries, and cleaned up our community by picking up trash in the neighborhood. Our kids have also explored topics such as outer space, science, and bugs! We are so grateful to be teaching our kids about service and helping others at the same time!


In May we partnered with WellRoot Family Services (formerly the United Methodist Children’s Home) to pack 300 goodie bags for their annual FamFest Celebration for foster families in Georgia at Six Flags!


In April we hosted our Neighborhood Easter Egg Hunt in Grant Park and Palm Procession to the Church!


In March, for our Lenten Project, the St. Paul Kids raised enough money to purchase a heifer, a goat, and six flocks of chickens for Heifer International!


In February during our “Show me the Love” drive, we collected nearly 500 canned goods for Intown Collaborative Ministries.


For our MLK Day of service we partnered with The Stewart Center. Together, 26 volunteers made 500 snack bags, did light yardwork, and primed 5 apartments to get them ready for paint. These apartments will be used for affordable housing in the area.

“Everybody can be great…because anybody can serve”

Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.