“It means so much to have been able to go with our church to hang warm scarves on the street lamps and bike racks downtown Sunday night. It’s a small start at trying to keep people bundled up as they sleep outside every night. Every scarf includes an invitation to our community dinners where Monday night we gave out blankets, coats and other items of warmth, along with smiles and plates full of delicious food. I’m proud of all of the faithful members who brought items to give away and equally proud of those who came to serve. Changing lives. Saving lives. What a blessing. We were additionally blessed to have The Lunch Box open for us to share hot chocolate and carols at the end of our mission. They are so generous to the community.” – Tate Monroe, Director of Discipleship and Development
St. Paul’s: Connecting, Serving, and Sharing in the Love of Christ to all of God’s Children.
Read about our evening in the Shawnee News Star – CLICK HERE