Outreach programs at Saint Paul African Methodist Episcopal Church “help Christians respond to God’s call to serve their brothers and sisters who are in need through gifts of money, time, talent, and love.”

For more information regarding Outreach Ministries at Saint Paul, contact us at info@stpaulamemadison.org.

Supported Outreach Programs

Saint Paul supports these community ministries through special offerings and volunteer efforts.

  • Sunnybrook Children's Home - Sunnybrook Children's Home is a Christian-based, professional childcare organization whose mission workers provide programs and services designed to support the total development of children and who are dedicated to assisting children in realizing their potential.  Visit: www.sunnych.net

Saint Paul adopted the children of Sunnybrook for Christmas 2014 making sure each child received a gift for Christmas, we also held a food drive for their pantry and will be doing a linen and food drive during March 2015.

  • Stewpot Opportunity Center - As the only day shelter in the city, Opportunity Center provides a safe, clean place for homeless men and women to be during the daytime hours. Open seven days a week, clients can take showers, wash clothes, store bags, receive mail, use telephones and computers as well as receive case management services and referrals to other resources. Resume and job search assistance is also provided. The computer lab is available to all of Stewpot’s clients as well as community members who need access to the Internet. This shelter serves over 100 people a day. http://stewpot.org/services/opportunity-center/

Saint Paul held a Winter Clothing Drive for the Opportunity Center and deliver gently used clothing, throws, and hats to the opportunity center in Novem