Paul’s supports several community outreach programs. Below is a list of a
New Day – A camp
for children of incarcerated parents.
St. Paul’s gives them storage space for their supplies and makes
Assisting asylum seekers each day. These are people who are in the US legally,
have been processed by Immigration and Customs Enforcement, and have spent time
in a detention facility. When they are released, they are given meals and supplies
for their bus trips: blankets, snacks, water, and toiletries as well as stuffed
animals and activities for children. St.
Paul’s is assisting them financially and with supplies.
America West Michigan St.
Paul’s volunteers at and raises money for this organization that distributes
food in various locations locally.
response to emergency needs of individuals as quickly as possible.
Christmastime, this effort within the congregation allows for parishioners to
purchase gifts that benefit humanitarian outreach.
Migration Ministries –
Money is raised and sent to EMM for one of their projects.
At the Inn: Both
food or money are solicited and raised for this shelter for those who are
Seekers at Messiah Lutheran Church