Shawnee St. Paul’s is excited to announce the launch of the Mission Post! The Mission Post is home to over 60 mailboxes for our neighbors experiencing homelessness or alternative circumstances inhibiting their ability to have a mailing address.
Shawnee St. Paul’s is passionate about our calling to our mission field and to serve our neighbors through relationships, resources, and restoration. We know that not having a mailing address creates a large barrier for those needing state and local services, individuals applying for jobs, men and women transitioning out of domestic violence situations, voter registration, and more. We want to help our siblings overcome this obstacle.
Mission Post mailboxes are free. To apply for a mailbox, come to Shawnee St. Paul’s during our Mission Post hours. A volunteer will be available to assist you with the application and assign you a box. Please come to our west doors located on Beard Ave. You can also print off an application, fill it out, and bring it to us.
The St. Paul’s Mission Post is open Monday – Thursday, 1pm to 4pm.
Mail Pick-Up: If you have a registered mailbox at the Mission Post you can pick-up your mail during our open hours. Only registered members are allowed to pick-up mail. Must match the name and photo assigned with the box. To apply for a free Mission Post mailbox, come visit us Monday – Thursday, from 1pm to 4pm. *Based on availability and application approval.
Stationary Needs: the Mission Post has large envelopes, small envelopes, note paper of various sizes, and greeting cards for all occasions. Stop by and ask a Mission Post volunteer for the item you are looking for.
Pantry: The St. Paul’s Mission Post has hygiene products, cold weather essentials, and food pantry items available. One visit to the pantry per family, per week. Visit us Monday – Thursday from 1pm to 4pm.