In 2017, St. Paul’s members will be participating in the Brooksie Way fundraiser to raise $30,000 to help Cass Community Social Services in Detroit build a tiny house. During the year we plan to have a visit from Rev. Faith Fowler and the future homeowner of the house. We hope to send teams down to Detroit to help build, paint, furnish and decorate someone’s new home. We invite you to start training for the 2017 Brooksie Way on September 24 so that we can raise money to help create a dream home for one of our neighbors.
In 2016, St. Paul’s members raised $70,000 to to construct wells in 23 towns and villages to provide fresh drinking water in Liberia and improve the lives of 40,000 people in Liberia. Rev. Jon Reynolds traveled to Liberia in February 2017 to help with the building of one of the wells and visit several of the villages where wells were built.
Cass Community Social Services (CCSS) is a nonprofit, human services organization headquartered in Detroit. We support Cass Community Social Services in its effort to Fight Poverty and Create Opportunity in the city of Detroit.
Food, Shelter and So Much More in Pontiac
Baldwin Center in Pontiac, Michigan, provides invaluable services to hurting people, in part because the people of St. Paul’s care.
Help right here at home.
Rochester Area Neighborhood House requests your assistance for its increasing number of clients in crisis during these difficult economic times.
Red Bird Mission St. Paul’s supports the Red Bird Mission in Beverly, Kentucky, through our Global Ministries Committee, an annual Adult Work Trip each October and the generosity of the congregation.
Nearly a decade ago our church formed a relationship with a school in the war-torn region of Topoe Village, Liberia (West Africa). Not sure of the future stability of the country, we were led by our belief that God would guide us and that our faith in the people of the United Methodist Church conference in Liberia would prevail. God has certainly blessed our church with a mission program that has, and continues to provide, many benefits and blessings for the staff and children of the Henri Dennis School … and for the congregation of St Paul’s.
Collecting and distributing food for those in need right in our community is an annual tradition here at St. Paul’s. Our community, along with other area churches, work with the Rochester Area Neighborhood House to provide families in need with baskets of groceries and a turkey for the holidays.
Each year, our goal is to provide 100 food baskets.
Each May and October the United Methodist Women hold a Rummage Sale. All proceeds are donated to missions to benefit women, youth and children.
Please fill out this form to indicate your interest in a specific mission.
March 16, 2014 St. Paul’s distributed its new Missions Brochure. It highlights the major missions in which the church is involved.
You may fill out the Mission Council Survey to indicate your interest in a specific mission.