May the love of God and neighbor continue to be our anchor and guide.
— Rev. Tommy Williams, Senior Pastor

HOW you can HELP...

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Donate Supplies

Help those who are displaced and need practical items for daily life, including diapers, infant formula, feminine hygiene products, and toilet paper. You can also donate supplies such as gloves, crow bars, work gloves, and safety glasses, for work teams who are cleaning up flooded homes.

Sign up to bring specific supplies

 

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be a volunteer

St. Paul's sends Work Teams to assist those whose homes have flooded. Each team is deployed from Abraham Station, 5401 Fannin Street (next to the Emergency Aid Coalition). You can also be an Abraham Station Volunteer to organize supplies and create care packages. 

Sign up for your time slot

 

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GIVE TO RELIEF efforts

Please designate your donation as Help for Harvey. All dollars will go to support UMC relief locally and to St. Paul's families in need. 

Make a financial contribution online

 

As of September 10, 2017, St. Paul’s has deployed over 250 volunteers for work teams, meal prep and supply distribution. The congregation has directly served 70 individuals and families and helped clean out over 35 flooded homes. Thank you for loving God and loving neighbor!


WERE YOU IMPACTED BY THE STORM?

In an effort to care for our congregation and keep in touch with those impacted and most vulnerable, please let us know if you experienced flooding  or if you need assistance in some way. We will do our best to connect you with resources as they are available and we will be praying for you daily.

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Service of Holy Communion
Wednesday, Aug. 30, 2017

Sunday Worship
Sunday, Aug. 27, 2017

Prayer as Storm Approaches
Saturday, Aug. 26, 2017