Our Mission’s Team is very active helping in many areas of the community and around the globe. Here are highlights of some of the programs that the St. Paul’s Mission’s Team is working on this year.
OPERATION CHRISTMAS CHILD
This organization provides an opportunity in more than a hundred countries for our church to invite children to have a deeper relationship with God one shoe box at a time.
Caring about nutrition serves K-6 students with bags of food on Fridays for weekend meals that might otherwise go hungry. The C.A.N. program also has small food pantries at the middle school and high school for students to access when needed. We help support this program.
TIMBER CREEK ELEMENTARY
St. Paul’s and Timber Creek have partnered together to help meet the basic needs that might arise during the school year.
Our congregation continues to support our sister church in Mafuiane, Mozambique by providing the Pastor’s salary, parsonage furniture, and school supplies. We have also provided 2 wells for local Mozambique villages.
WEST CENTRAL COMMUNITY ACTION
Donations of food, paper goods, cleaning products, and diapers are collected throughout the month and delivered to the West Central Missouri Community Action Agency to help local families in need.
HABITAT FOR HUMANITY
St. Paul’s sends teams to assist Habitat for Humanity, a nonprofit organization that helps families build and improve places to call home. They believe affordable housing plays a critical role in strong and stable communities.
MISSIONS TRIPS TO CHEROKEE NATION
St. Paul’s has partnered with Cherokee Nation in Oklahoma to send teams to help improve accessibility for individuals on the reservation.
CASS COUNTY RESCUE MISSION
St. Paul’s sends a team monthly to serve a meal in partnership with Cass County Rescue Mission, a non-profit faith based organization supporting the members of our community in their time of need and working towards a greater good for Cass County, Missouri.
ADOPT A FAMILY
Each Christmas our families adopt a family in need of a Christmas experience. They purchase gifts for them and the families come to pick them up and get to visit with our very own Santa Claus.
ALWAYS NEW OPPORTUNITIES
This isn’t all folks! St. Paul’s is focused on equipping our congregation to serve outside the church, so new ways to serve are constantly on the horizon. The real question is… how is God calling you to serve?