Home goods collected by our Sunday School for homeless Vets
Relay for Life
Anyone interested in joining a Relay for Life Team should talk to Diane Smitih. Relay for Life helps raise money to help in the fight to find a cure for cancer and support American Cancer Society programs for those battling cancer.
School Partnership Team
Join our school partnership team with Erin School. We are looking for volunteers to help at the school in a variety of areas including in the copy room; reading to students; tutoring students in math & science, working with students in the greenhouse, assisting in gym classes; serving as a lunch room monitor, playing games with kids at the after school program and more more. If you are interested, in volunteering, please contact Pastor Glenn or Debra Weber.
Knitting & Crocheting Group
The knitting ladies recently donated 23 scarves, 28 hats and 4 baby blankets to Washington County Foster Care and Mental Health facility. The volunteers also make small red hats for preemies and newborns for Valentine's Day and baby blankets which were donated to Children's Hospital. We meet on Friday mornings at 9 and would welcome any knitters or crocheters to join us.
Extending the Table
St. Paul's collects food and health care items for a number of the local food pantries. Donation baskets can be found near the pulpit.
Sussex Food Pantry - Help Shoppers
St. Paul's is providing volunteers the 3rd Saturday of each month to help shoppers at the Sussex Food Pantry. A sign up sheet can be found in the fellowship hall. See Jane Herte if you have any questions.
Great Job St Paul's Kids!!! You collected $229.87 which was donated to the Fisher House of Milwaukee from their Penny Wars! Penny's wars is part of the annual MILITARY TRIBUTE church youth during the first Sunday of May service.
SOS- Fresh Produce Program
Thank you to our members that picked up and delivered produce this summer. St. Paul's provides volunteers to pick up produce from the Sussex Farmers Market and deliver it to the Sussex Food Pantry for distribution.
Lent Challenge Raised OVER $400 for Pine Ridge
This year we our lenten challenge was collecting
Pennies for Pine Ridge! The money has been calculated and the results are very impressive!! Our final total for the Pennies for Pine Ridge collection is $401.09! Fantastic job!! Thank you very much for all of your support!! We will be sending the check to Re-member ASAP!
111 pounds of empty cereal boxes for our Haitian friends to make bracelets from!
SOUPER Bowl Sunday
Thanks to everyone who helped us with the Souper Bowl of Caring Challenge. St. Paul's collected OVER 560 SOUP ITEMS AND $151 in CASH donations! These soup was split between the local the food pantries and cash donations were donated to the Ronald McDonald House..
Homeless Vets Support
Thank you to the Sunday School and all those that donated the trailer full of items for homeless veterans.
Feed My Starving Children
Feed My Starving Children is a Christian non-profit organization that coordinates the packaging and distribution of food to people in developing nations. Founded in 1987, it has reached out to more than 70 countries.
Senior Brown Bag Lunches
St. Paul’s UCC hosted Brown Bag Lunch Educational Program for Seniors in Fellowship Hall. Guest speakers were invited to come in on a variety of topics.
Germantown Post Office Food Drive
Thank you to all the volunteers that help with the Germantown Post Office Food Drive to benefit the St. Boniface Food Pantry on May 12, 2018. Volunteers help collect and sort food donations at the Germantown Post Office parking lot.
Annual Lenten Toilet Paper Challenge
Congratulations to St John's UCC Merton on winning this yaers “TP Challenge”. Each congregation collected 1000's of rolls of toilet paper which is donated to area food pantries and our neighbors in need.
Christmas Gift Cards
Thank you to everyone that donated over $400 in gift cards for our neighbors in need. The Mission Committee will distribute the gifts throughout the area food pantries.
Operation Christmas Child
This year we filled 89 boxes with necessities, gifts and love for children in need. Congratulations! We are so proud of all your efforts!! A special thank you to our children for packing the boxes, our Knutty Knitters for crocheting blankets and our Women's Guild for the extremely generous donation towards the postage!
The Apparent Project
The CEREAL BOXES are on their way!! 111 pounds of empty cereal boxes for our Haitian friends to make bracelets from! There are 11 jobs created with each cereal box! There are over 700 boxes which will make over 35,000 beads! Way to go St. Paul’s Family and Congratulations to the Youth for having such a successful Mission!!
Please visit https://apparentproject.org/to find out more information on the project!