FLINT WATER RELIEF
Fresh Food for Flint Families!
St. Paul’s is working in partnership with the Episcopal Diocese of Eastern Michigan, Episcopal Relief and Development, St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church and Soup Kitchen, and Crossover Downtown Outreach Ministry to provide access to healthy, fresh foods rich in iron, calcium, and vitamin C to help combat the effects of lead poisoning.
We will be using these foods to feed God’s children in our Tuesday lunch, St. Andrew’s soup kitchen, and introducing it into the recipes used during Crossover’s skills-building cooking classes.
Donate to our fresh foods initiative using the Donate button below.
THE ORDER OF ST. LUKE
The International Order of St. Luke the Physician (OSL) is an ecumenical organization dedicated to the Christian healing ministry. We are clergy, health professionals and lay people who believe healing is an essential part of the teaching and practice of our Lord Jesus Christ. Our Flint chapter of the Order of St. Luke works to restore the light of Christ to those in need of healing through prayer.
Our motto is “O Jesus, be to me my Savior (Healer), my Leader, my Light, and King.”
Healing is more than mending broken bones, rather a willingness by each individual to be changed outwardly and inwardly.
CROSSOVER DOWNTOWN OUTREACH MINISTRY
St. Paul’s actively supports the good work of Crossover Downtown Outreach Ministry. They are a faith-based, interdenominational mission established to provide free emergency food, clothing, household, personal items, and youth programs to those most in need in our community. Providing faith-based services and programs, showing the love of Christ, restoring hope, and rebuilding lives.
FAMILY PROMISE OF GENESEE COUNTY
The mission of Family Promise of Genesee County is to engage community and faith based organizations in ending homelessness one family at a time. Family Promise keeps families together during a housing crisis, by working with a network of churches and houses of worship. Family Promise of Genesee County is a shelter serving families facing a housing crisis. We are a local affiliate of a national organization. Nationally, Family Promise began in 1986. Locally, they serve families since 2014. Our focus is working with the families to help them transition from a temporary housing crisis into a sustainable living situation.
2nd FRIDAY ART WALK
Join us every 2nd Friday (from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM) for ARTWALK in beautiful downtown Flint. St. Paul’s participates in this popular, free community tradition, with walkthrough tours of our splendid architecture and a featured visiting artist who displays and is available to discuss their work.
Click on the link below to go to the schedule of the 2021 – 2022 Art Walk series for a description of the program and this year’s artists.
Click this link for the 2021 - 2022 Art Walk Program Schedule
EVERY TUESDAY LUNCH
As part of fulfilling our mission to serve the community and meet the needs of our neighbors, St. Paul’s offers a weekly Tuesday Lunch soup kitchen gathering. During normal times, everyone is invited for a hot meal and fellowship, with the option to participate in a devotional service.
During the pandemic, our lunch service was modified to include a nutritious sandwich, piece of fruit, and a beverage.
PLEASE NOTE: THE TUESDAY LUNCH MINISTRY HAS BEEN PLACED ON HOLD. WE WILL RETURN, WITH A RENEWED COMMITMENT TO MEET THE NEEDS OF OUR NEIGHBORS. THANK YOU VERY MUCH FOR YOUR PATIENCE AS WE USE THIS MONTH TO RE-IMAGINE OUR MINISTRY.