The Diverse Ministries of St. Paul’s: A place for all to share in God’s Love

Administrative Teams

According to the Book of Discipline of the United Methodist Church, the Administrative Council is the group that “shall provide for planning and implementing a program of nurture, outreach, witness, and resources in the local church. It shall also provide for the administration of its organization and temporal life. It shall envision, plan, implement, and annually evaluate the mission and ministry of the church.” 
Various administrative teams work together (as clergy and lay leaders) to provide leadership at St. Paul’s UMC. To learn more about these teams CLICK HERE.  

Caring Ministries

Caring Ministries consists of members of St. Paul’s who want to provide support and assistance to people in need.Caring Ministries is responsible for:

  • Hospital Visitors: volunteers visit St. Paul's community members who are hospitalized and agree to have visitors.
  • Crisis Meals: volunteers prepare meals for St. Paul’s community members in crisis.
  • Rides: volunteers recruit drivers for those wishing to attend worship services without transportation.
  • Homebound Visits: short visits to St. Paul’s community members providing fellowship.

If you have a need for Caring Ministries services or would like to volunteer with this program, go to CONTACT US on this website, enter information on the form pertaining to Caring Ministries and enter times available or assistance requested in the Comment Box. Someone from Caring Ministries will be happy to get back to you in your area of interest.