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St Paul supports several different missions, including:

  • Alzheimer’s Walker – The Alzheimer’s Association is a global organization, working to advance care, support and research across the world. From face-to-face support to online education programs and promising worldwide research initiatives, the money you raise makes a difference in the lives of those facing Alzheimer’s.  click here to learn more about the Alzheimer’s Walk
  • Care Net Pregnancy Center of Southern Maryland is committed to helping women explore their options when facing an unplanned pregnancy in a safe and confidential setting. Services are free of charge and confidential. St Paul supports Care Net with monetary donations and volunteers.  click here to learn more about Care Net Pregnancy Center
  • Calvert County End Hunger – End Hunger In Calvert County works to create permanent solutions that move people from dependency to self-sufficiency.  St. Paul mother & father day donations in lieu of flowers go to end hunger.  click here to learn more about End Hunger
  • Camp Joy – CAMP JOY is an acronym which stands for Christian Appalachian Mission Project, Joining Other Youth.  It is a Christ centered mission of the Hancock United Methodist Church; with the purpose of reaching out to homeowners who are lower income, elderly or disabled occupying a home in need of repair and are having a problem getting the home repairs done.  click here to learn more about Camp Joy
  • Read about our July Youth Mission Trip to Camp Joy
  • Compassion Child – Compassion International is a child-advocacy ministry that pairs compassionate people with those who are suffering from poverty. click here to learn more about Compassion Child
  • CROP Walk – We host an annual walk in the Fall to help raise awareness and funds to combat world hunger.  25% of the funds stay locally with SMILE, our local food pantry.  click here to learn more about Church World Services CROP Walk website
  • Eric & Hannah Bell – Eric and Hannah Bell, new missionaries with Mission Aviation Fellowship, are excited about their assignment to Indonesia. As a pilot/mechanic family, Eric will maintain and fly MAF’s aircraft to meet the needs of national pastors and missionaries, humanitarian and relief organizations.  To read more about them click here
  • Farming 4 Hunger – Farming 4 Hunger (F4H) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization formed in 2012 to serve those in need of fresh food in Southern Maryland. The organization grows and distributes over a million pounds of locally grown, fresh food each year.  St. Paul youth & families go yearly to help collect vegetables.  click here to learn more about Farming 4 Hunger’s website
  • Food for the Poor -Food For The Poor is one of the largest international relief and development organizations in the United States.  Our work is motivated by our faith in God, spreading His unconditional love, regardless of race, wealth, or creed as we minister to the poorest of the poor in 17 countries throughout the Caribbean and Latin America.  By providing lifesaving food, secure housing, clean water, healthcare, emergency relief, micro-enterprise projects and education opportunities, we are giving the poor a chance at a better future, and showing them God’s love. click here to learn more about Food for the Poor
  • Gideons – Gideons is dedicated to Bible distribution and evangelism.  St Paul supports Gideons with monetary donations and volunteers.  click here to link to the Gideons’ website
  • Habitat for Humanity – Habitat is a nonprofit, Christian housing ministry.   We build, renovate and repair houses all over the world using volunteer labor and donations.  click here to learn more about Habitat for Humanity   
  • Institute of Grace –  The IOG is a non-profit founded by Jean Isidore Filostin, a Haitian borne U.S. naturalized citizen who was rescued off the streets of Port-au-Prince as a young man in his teens by a U.S. citizen. The purpose of the IOG is to help the Haitian people by increasing educational opportunities, providing medical care, and strengthening the Church so that minds can be changed by the Gospel.   click here to learn more about Institute of Grace
  • Project Echo – Project ECHO is a 40-bed temporary emergency shelter for homeless men, women and families.  St. Paul collects individual size toiletries and donates to project echo.  click here to learn more about Project Echo
  • Relay for Life – At Relay For Life events, communities across the globe come together to honor cancer survivors, remember loved ones lost, and fight back against a disease that has already taken too much.  click here to learn more about Relay for Life
  • Rev. Mutwale Ntambo Wa Mushidi – The Rev. Mutwale Ntambo Wa Mushidi is a missionary with the General Board of Global Ministries of The United Methodist Church serving as director of church development and evangelism for the United Methodist Church in Tanzania.  To read more about him click here
  • Safe Nights – Safe Nights is an interfaith consortium of churches that open their hearts and church homes to the homeless for one week each beginning in November and ending in March or early April.  Shelters are open 7 days a week from 7:00 p.m. – 7:00 a.m. Shelters provide a cot and three nutritious meals (breakfast, dinner and a bag lunch) in a safe environment.  St Paul participates by opening their doors and taking one week each winter.  click here to learn more about Safe Nights
  • Samaritan’s Purse – Operation Christmas Child – Samaritan’s Purse is a nondenominational evangelical Christian organization providing spiritual and physical aid to hurting people around the world.  St. Paul collects shoe boxes filled with accessories, school supplies, and toys for Operation Christmas Child.  click here to link to the  Samaritan’s Purse website

Operation Christmas Child 2017

  • SMILE – SMILE is the local food pantry and thrift shop just up the road from St Paul’s in Lusby.  St Paul’s is one of the original churches that banded together to create SMILE.  We support SMILE with food and monetary donations and volunteers.  click here to link to SMILE’s website
  • 30 Hour Famine – World Vision’s 30 Hour Famine gives students a chance to help overcome hunger — by going without food so others don’t have to. It’s an unforgettable experience that will rock their world and make an incredible difference around the globe!  click here to learn more about 30 Hour Famine
  • UMCOR – The United Methodist Committee on Relief (UMCOR) is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization dedicated to alleviating human suffering around the globe. UMCOR’s work includes programs and projects in disaster response, health, sustainable agriculture, food security, relief supplies, and more.  click here to link to UMCOR

UMCOR Cleaning Bucket Instructions

UMCOR Hygiene Kit Instructions