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 • School Tools collection July 21 thru August 18
 • Seeking Summer Music
 • Summer - Early Worship Start
 • Relieving the Effects of Poverty - First-Person Stories

School Tools collection July 21 thru August 18

The Board of Mission & Witness is once again collecting donations for “School Tools” — school supplies that will be distributed to homeless and low-income children via Interfaith Action of Greater St. Paul.

Items needed: Backpacks (high priority), 3-ring binders, Calculators, Facial tissue, Spiral notebooks, Composition notebooks, Pencils, Pens, Markers, Folders, School boxes, Erasers, Highlighters, Colored pencils, Rulers, Glue sticks & bottles, Loose-leaf paper, Scissors, Crayons, USB Flash Drives.

Please place items on the table in Fellowship Hall. Financial donations are also welcome. Please make checks payable to SAPUCC with “School Tools" in the memo line.

On behalf of the students whom you will never meet but whose school year will be made better by your generosity: Thank You.

Seeking Summer Music

Are you interested in providing special music as part of our worship services during the summer? It can be instrumental or vocal, it can be solo, duet, or ensemble on any Sunday from May 26 through September 1 (Memorial Day through Labor Day). Remember that we worship at 9:15 AM during the summer. Check out the summer music sign-up sheet on the kiosk. Summer’s the time to share your musical gifts.

Summer - Early Worship Start

During the summer, from Memorial Day through Labor Day weekend, we worship on Sundays at 9:15 AM.

Relieving the Effects of Poverty - First-Person Stories

You can help relieve the effects of poverty in our city through volunteering with Opportunity St. Paul (OSP), a program of Interfaith Action.

If you are interested in learning more and hearing people’s stories, please attend the next learning community program, Impact Stories: Opportunity St. Paul’s Impact on our Community, on Thursday, July 18, 5:45 PM at the Minnesota Da'Wah Institute, 478 West University Ave., St. Paul. Minnesota Da’Wah Institute is a non-profit organization that supports local Muslims through religious, educational, and social services. A yummy meal, fellowship time, and an interfaith dialogue are also a part of the evening. FMI, contact the church office 651 646-7173.

This page last modified on July 11, 2019