Fellowship and Service Organizations

"And there are varieties of service, but the same Lord.."
--1 Corinthians 12:5


In addition to collecting food for local families in need, housing the homeless through the ChristNet emergency shelter ministry, and supporting other ministries coordinated by our national denomination, St. Paul United Church of Christ serves others through the following fellowship and service organizations.

Sew and Sew Sewing Guild

The St. Paul Sew ‘n Sew Sewing Guild meets monthly to sew and knit for charitable causes.  Ongoing sewing projects include blankets and head-caps for preemies and newborns of our congregation, plus new arrivals at Beaumont Hospitals; quilts for young children undergoing treatment at Mott’s Children Hospital in Ann Arbor; hand-sewn Burden Bears distributed by First Responders to children experiencing family emergencies; lap blankets for the hospitalized of all ages.  The Sews n’ Sews meet in the church’s West Room on the Third Thursday of each month at 10:00 a.m.  Participants are encouraged to bring a brown bag lunch for a fellowship time afterwards with beverage and dessert provided.

 Women's Fellowship

The Women's Fellowship at St. Paul United Church of Christ meets on the second Thursday of each month at 12 noon. Sometimes a guest speaker is featured.  In other instances, individual members lead the group for a discussion program or informal conversation. The Women's Fellowship takes an active role in helping our church host annual dinners and rummage sales which raise funds for the maintenance and improvement of the church and for the purchase of new church equipment.

Men's Fellowship 

The Men's Fellowship meets monthly at times announced by the church newsletter and Sunday Morning Tide bulletin. In addition to fellowship activities, their focus is on church-related projects that enhance our congregation's overall ministry.  All male members of the Church over age 18 are candidates for membership in Men’s Fellowship.  New participants are always welcome.

Girl Scouts

Girl Scout Troop #74590 meets at St. Paul Church on Thursdays, 6:30-8:00 p.m. Serving girls from second to seventh grades, Girl Scouting at St. Paul Church has a strong community and environmental focus. Monthly field trips are hosted, offering exciting learning opportunities—all based on Scout values. More information is available through the church office.