Ministries in which you can serve:

some currently on hold due to Covid Restrictions
 
Where is God Calling you to serve?
 
We are open and ready to grow and serve.
Come be part of
our touching and changing lives for Jesus!
   
 
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Sunday School and Children’s Ministry
 
Sunday School is offered at 10:00 am during the service – for children in grades 1-4 and Junior Youth  (for children in grades 4-8). Major Bible stories and concepts are taught through child-friendly multi-media.  Art, drama, games, puppets, storytelling, DVD-videos, science, cooking are just some of the mediums we use to teach our lessons. We are always looking for new/additional teachers. It is a great way to grow your Faith.
 
Tech Team
Do you love being behind the scenes? We are always looking for volunteers to help serve on Sunday mornings or throughout the week and help out with our screens or livestream production!
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Prayer Stitches Group

February 27, 2011 was the first meeting of the Prayer Stitches Group.  Twenty- six women signed up, of all different skill levels, but all eager to begin working on shawls to give to people in need of prayer and comfort.  In 2011- 38 prayer shawls were given out to members of our church, the community and to family and friends as far away as Japan, Ottawa, Quebec and Germany.

 
St. Paul’s Fellowship Team
The Fellowship team, and all the individuals who worked with them, has been busy this past year to provide special events for the St. Paul’s Faith Family.  Some of these events include: Decorating the Church for the Advent season, Sunday School’s participation in the Aylmer Christmas parade, Luncheon at the end of June, Church talent shows and children’s programs.        
 
Share ‘N Care
The ladies of Share ‘n Care meet monthly and enjoyed various activities and community service. Filling bags of Christmas goodies for teens, providing breakfasts at DAVENPORT PUBLIC SCHOOL, providing weekly free Tuesday Lunches to our community, providing tuck shop at the local nursing home, bowling, movie nights and of course – they make pies.  Their time in the kitchen together, although busy, is filled with fun and fellowship. We are always ready to welcome a new face so please consider joining us.  
 
Sleeping Mat Ministry

St. Paul’s milk bag ministry began in 2009. In the beginning we were crocheting the mats but thought there must be another way to make a more comfortable mat in a shorter period of time that didn’t require any special talent.  We discovered that there was a better way – weaving mats, but that required special frames.  Thanks to some talented husbands in the group we now have 5 wooden frames that are in constant use.

Our frames require a minimum of 350 milk bags to make one mat.  Through the years we have made and delivered over 650 mats that are used by school children in Third World countries.

We welcome new members to our group that meets upstairs in the CE Building from 9-11 on Thursday mornings. We are a very social group so come join us, have fun, learn something new and in a small way, contribute to a better life for a child in a Third World country.

Please save your milk bags (collect from your friends, neighbours and family as well) so that we can keep this ministry going.