Outreach Opportunities

Faith - Community - Family

Acts 12:24

But the word of the Lord continued to grow and to be multiplied.

Making a Quilt

Fall Quilt Sale and Raffle

Thank you for coming to our Fall Quilt Sale!
Stay tuned for the next Quilt Sale in Spring 2023!

We appreciate the donated sheets from the congregation and community through the year. We used every one of them and can always use more. Thanks also for the pull tabs for the Ronald McDonald House. They do add up and are most helpful.

Would you like more information about the Quilters Annual Sale and history?  Click here!

 

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 St. Paul's Quilters
Mission Tuesdays!

Our mission is to donate handmade quilts to local organizations, hospices, veteran's groups, nursing homes, and treatment centers in order to provide a little warmth and comfort and lift the spirits of those who might benefit.

The Quilters work on charity quilts every Tuesday morning 7am to 12noon in the Fellowship Hall.  We welcome those who would like to join us.

We also accept donations of bed sheets in good condition (cotton or cotton blend) and fabric to use in our charity quilts.

If you know someone that our quilts could help cheer up, just ask for one!

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FREE Baby Quilts

St. Paul’s is offering free handmade baby quilts to little ones (under one year old) in the community. No obligation. Just spread the word! They will be offered at the worship service. 

Contact Pastor Teklu for more information.

"Let the Children Come"

 
 
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FOOD DRIVE

BABY PANTRY DRIVE

SATURDAY 5/21/22

9:30 - 11:00am

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Food ideas:  pasta/sauce/canned fruits, beans, vegetables/rice/cereal/cake mixes and frosting/mac&cheese/canned and dry soup

Baby supplies:

Diapers (cruisers 4/5/6)/non-scented baby wipes/Dollar Tree supplies like A&D Cream, baby bottles, bibs, pacifiers, sippy cups!

Can't shop?  Cash & gift cards are also accepted!

Want to help?  Contact us!

THANK YOU TO ALL WHO DONATED AND HELPED!!!!

WE ALL DID IT! THANK YOU!!!   

609 personal hygiene kits were assembled and sent  to Ukraine!   Way over our goal of 500!

We couldn't have done it without the help of our awesome community! 

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Thank you to all who helped!

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Preparing LOVE BOXES (filled with snacks and such and packed with Love!) for our college young men and women

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Crofton Christian Caring Council (CCCC)

CCCC is an emergency assistance outreach for people residing in Crofton, Gambrills, Crownsville, Millersville, Odenton, and Davidsonville. 

We are proud to partner with other local churches in the CCCC.   It provides limited funding for rent, utilities, and prescriptions. In addition, member churches support a Food Pantry, a Baby Pantry, and a Clothes Closet.

For more information, please email ccccspl@aol.com or click  below. 

Meet Linda and Sadie,
St. Paul's CCCC representatives

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CONGRATULATIONS TO LINDA!  SHE WAS HONORED WITH CCCC 2022 DISTINGUISHED VOLUNTEER AWARD!

Thanksgiving Sharing and Christmas Sharing -- providing Thanksgiving meals and Christmas presents to those in need in the local area.
 
Winter Relief -- providing shelter, food, and rest for people who are homeless
Each winter the churches in the area provide weeks of help to people in the area who are homeless. 
St. Paul's participates by helping during a week at Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic Church.
Undie Sunday -- providing underwear and socks to help those in our community.
Fall festivities for local children -- each fall we provide a fun outreach of some type -- from face painting and games, to perhaps a trunk-or-treat event.  Stay tuned!
School supply collections -- every fall we gather supplies for children in the local area.
Lutheran World Relief Coffee and other Fair Trade Goods -- for sale on select Sundays.
Sales benefit poor farmers by providing a market for their harvest.