Community Engagement

He has shown you, O mortal, what is good.
And what does the LORD require of you?
To act justly and to love mercy
and to walk humbly with your God.

-Micah 6:8

Read more about our Community Engagement Steering Committee HERE and learn more about our current Discernment Process HERE.


Church Engaged! Local Opportunities to Get Involved –

 
Support Students @ Woodville Elementary!

Many of you know that going back to school will look vastly different for kids and families this year. Our friends at Woodville will be no exception. One thing that will not change is the need for school supplies.

We are collecting the following school supplies:

Pencils
Pencil Sharpeners
Crayons/Markers/Colored Pencils
Pencil Boxes/Pouches
Composition Notebooks (ideally; we will also accept spiral notebooks)
Small Dry Erase Boards
Dry Erase Markers
Cheap headphones/headsets/earbuds (kid-friendly) WITH MICROPHONES
Sidewalk chalk
Glue sticks

Contactless drop off in front of St. Paul’s on Grace Street this week:

You can also deliver supplies any day before 2:00 p.m. by ringing the front doorbell or with Garage Manager Tim.

Questions? Contact Lynn Williams by e-mail.
 
Armstrong Leadership Program

Through the Armstrong Leadership Program, St. Paul’s supports at least one graduating senior from Armstrong High School as they transition to college.

This year looks a bit different for our Armstrong Student, who is attending Radford University in the fall, and this year we are inviting St. Paul’s parishioners to give towards a love offering for our student. You can donate with check or online.

Send check to St. Paul’s at 815 E. Grace Street. Write “Armstrong Leadership” in the memo.

Donate Online HERE – Select Armstrong Leadership Program.