Whatever you do, in word or deed, do everything in the name of the Lord Jesus, giving thanks to God.
— Colossians 3:17


For more than 15 years, St. Paul’s has partnered with our neighborhood school, MacGregor Elementary. Here are a few ways you can serve:

Mentoring | To be a MacGregor Mentor only requires an hour a week. You'll be matched with a student, based on your preferences for the child’s grade level, gender and subject (usually math or reading). For more information, email Bob Mahlstedt.

> Check out this article about the mentoring program, published in the Texas Annual Conference Cross Connections. October 2015.

After-School Activities | Are you skilled in music or technology? On specific days of the week, volunteers are invited to help at the school. Currently, we're looking for:

  • Vocalists who can assist with chorus sectional rehearsals,
  • Instrumentalists who can offer mini-music lessons, and
  • Tech-savvy folks who can help the Techie Tigers with their focus on the intersection of technology and music.

For more information, email Linda Harmes.

Emergency Aid Coalition

The Emergency Aid Coalition (EAC) is located in Abraham Station on the St. Paul's campus. EAC provides basic needs assistance for homeless individuals and low-income families. Volunteers are needed on an on-going basis to make and distribute lunches, sort clothing, assist with packing groceries, and other tasks. To volunteer, contact coordinator, Marian Bryant.

St. Paul's works with SEARCH Homeless Services to prepare a hot meal once a month on Thursday mornings. The team also provides a table with cards, envelopes and stamps to give SEARCH clients a means to reach out, and connect with family and friends. To volunteer, email Merlene McAlevy.

Wesley Community Center

St. Paul's supports the work of the Wesley Community Center, providing early childhood education, financial coaching and employment services, youth programs, senior services and more.