Serving those in our Community
Here are several ways in which we, St. Paul's church family, reach out to help our fellow brothers and sisters in Christ. Click each link below for more information.
St. Paul's helps the local food pantry and also operates a small pantry at the church.
St. Paul's coordinates the county Christmas Giving Tree program in which low-income families are able to receive Christmas gifts to give to their children.
Each September, St. Paul's has a team in the Medford Walk to End Alzheimer's.
A simple way to shop and raise funds to assist those in our community in need.
An easy way to search the internet and raise funds for St. Paul's ministries at the same time. Each search raises a penny for St. Paul's!
Working Together as a Community to help others!
In addition, the Medford Clergy Association and churches across the area work together to help those in our community in need. The association is made up of church leaders from: St. Paul's, Medford Baptist Church, Holy Rosary Catholic Church, the UCC, Medford United Methoidst, Ole' Country Church, and St. Paul's & Our Saviour's of Curtiss/Holoway. Click here to learn more about the Ecumenical events that help raise funds for the Clergy Association.
Serving those in other Communities
We not only work together as a church family to support just our neighbors. We work together to assist other people and communities. In the spring of 2011, a devastating tornado outbreak ripped through the southern part of the U.S. Lead by Trinity Lutheran Church of Medford; our congregation, other churches, and the Medford community came together to donate food, water, building supplies, tools, and money to send to the community of Pisgah, Alabama. This small, low-income area was hit hard by a tornado during that outbreak.
Debris and a smashed truck are all that remain after a tornado destroyed a house
in Pisgah, Alabama on April 27, 2011.
AP (Photo/Chris Hawley)
To the right is a photo of the donations of food, water, and supplies that St. Paul's contributed to the Tornado Relief Project to help those in Pisgah, AL. "God's Work. Our Hands"
May 24, 2013
8:00 am & 10:15 am
Fellowship Hour 9:00 - 10:00 am
About St. Paul's
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What's happening at St. Paul's?
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What is the ELCA?
Find out about the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America and the history of this wonderful organization on our The ELCA page.
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