Here are additional ways that you can become involved at St. Paul.
For more information contact the church office at 803-649-4021.
AA/AlaNon - Meets Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday at the church.
ACTS (Area Churches Together Serving) - ACTS provides temporary emergency relief and senior food bag groceries on the third Saturday of every month.
Adopt A Highway - partnering with Aiken County Highway Dept to keep our roads clean
Aiken Rotary Reader program - reading mentor for students to share the joy of reading and to enhance reading skills.
Angel Tree - Christmas gifts for local low income children.
Camp Gravett - Episcopal summer camp and conference center
Child Advocacy Center - Aiken's comprehensive program for the investigation, prosecution and treatment of child abuse cases.
Children's Place - Therapeutic childcare program which promotes educational competency and offers behavioral and rehabilitative therapy.
Christ Central - Serves the poor and disadvantaged in our community by providing basic needs and teaching and training needed to find and keep jobs.
Cumbee Center - Safe shelter for abused women and children.
Disaster Relief Trips - Rebuilding assistance for locations that have experienced natural disasters.
First Tee of Aiken - Youth development program which teaches life skills and leadership through the game of golf.
Habitat for Humanity - A non-profit Christian housing ministry.
Haiti, Village of Hope, Lazarus Project and Medical Clinic, Sponsorship of Children - visit the website www.villageof hopehaiti.org for more information.
Helping Hands - A safe place that abused, abandoned and neglected children from any part of South Carolina can call home and know their needs will be met.
Kairos Prison Ministry - Support ministry for McCormick Correctional Institution inmates.
LATCH (Lutherans Acting to Correct Housing) - Reroofing and house repair assistance.
Life Choice Pregnancy Care Center - provides medical and support services for women.
Little Free Library - fostering neighborhood book exchanges around the world.
Medication Assistance Program - Provides medication assistance for low income households.
Military Care and Support - Prayer ministry and phone cards for service men and women.
Multiple Sclerosis Support Group—Meets the third Saturday of every month at St. Paul.
Operation Christmas Child - Small gifts and personal items sent to children in underdeveloped and war torn countries.
Prayer Ministries - Telephone prayer chain.
Prayer Shawl Ministry - knit/crochet group.
Sewing and Quilting Ministry - quilting group.
Relay for Life - Life changing cancer fundraising events that help communities across the globe fight back against cancer.
Salvation Army - Christmas season bell ringers & feeding ministries.
Shepeard Blood Center - Donate blood every two months at St. Paul.
Souper Bowl of Caring - Annual soup drive for food ministries in Aiken.
Trinity on Laurens - Local senior housing and assisted living facility.
United Way - Collects school supplies for local students each July.