This has become one of our favorite Sundays at St. Paul’s – all ages working together packaging meals, sorting LEGOS, and many other activities, all of which benefit people (& creatures!) here and around the world. We can’t wait to serve with you!

Come at your preferred worship time – 8:15, 9:30, or 11:00 – for a brief service followed by serving with family, friends, and new faces!

Some activities have limited space; sign-ups are available at church in the Narthex. Here are the organizations we’ll serve this year and brief descriptions of what we’ll be doing:

  1. Community Blood Center: Donate blood. To make an appointment contact Bob Casey rtcinkck@gmail.com
  2. Giving Brick: Sort Lego bricks by shape
  3. Hands of Love: Knit/crochet baby hats
  4. Happy Bottoms: Sort and package diapers
  5. Harvesters / Meals on Wheels: Decorate lunch sacks; write notes of encouragement
  6. KC Pet Project: Make tug toys from t-shirts; make treats with dog biscuits and peanut butter
  7. Project Patricia: Cut fabric, sew fabric strips
  8. Rise Against Hunger: Pack meals of rice and dehydrated vegetables
  9. Veronica’s Voice: Assemble hygiene kits for incarcerated women

Here’s a list of project supplies we’re collecting. Find bins at church outside the sanctuary.

Harvesters/Meals on Wheels

  • Plain notecards
  • 3x5 or 4x5 plain cards

KC Pet Project

  • Dog biscuits (medium and large)
  • Peanut butter (without xylitol)
  • 80 gallon-size bags

Project Patricia

  • Cotton sewing fabric
  • Terry towels (old or new)
  • Underwear (women’s size small and children’s size 14)

Items needed for use Servant Sunday morning:

  • Sewing scissors
  • 3-4 sewing machines
  • Markers to trace patterns

Veronica’s Voice

  • 75 gallon-size bags
  • 110 individual wet wipes
  • 70 hand sanitizers
  • 40 women’s deodorant (travel size)
  • 69 purse-size tissue packs
  • 10 lip balm or lip gloss
  • 205 emery boards
  • 70 women’s combs
  • 57 women’s razors
  • 46 small lotion bottles
  • 75 pair women’s anklet/bootie soft, pretty socks

See photos from last year’s event.