The prayer chain at St. Paul is an opportunity for church members to give and receive prayer support for one another. Please contact the pastor or Marie Zeller at 313.881.6670.
Meals are prepared and delivered to the sick and the homebound. For more information, contact the pastor or Sandi Warner, 313.881.6670.
We are here to serve you. We set up, serve and clean up for funeral lunches at the church. There is no cooking involved. We have 4 teams that work on a rotating system. If you are interested in our services or would like to serve, please contact the pastor or Bea Grenzke, 313.881.6670.
The Communion Ministers of St. Paul distribute the Lord’s Supper to the homebound members and friends of the congregation. Please contact the pastor or Carol Komer, 313.881.6670.
A representative from the Lay Care-Giving Ministry organizes this monthly card-making activity, and various groups within St. Paul participate each month. The group was named in memory of Karen Bendure, who often supported others through her personal card-making ministry.
The Health Ministry of St. Paul extends the healing mission of Jesus by promoting health and wholeness of mind, body, and spirit. This is done through education, prayer, programs and support for congregational members and the extended community. This ministry seeks to address needs and identify resources within our community that nurture wellness and involve individuals as active partners in management of their own whole health. Please contact Dana Miller, 313.881.6670.