Click here to send an emailThere are many ways to get involved with the ministry at St. Paul’s:
Anglican Church Women
The ACW, or Anglican Church Women, have a vital role in the church. They take on the ministry of hospitality to grieving families through their funeral teas and their fall Thanksgiving lunch. All of the money they raise goes to help organizations within and beyond Beaverton.
The Catering Group caters small dinners to groups within the community as a ministry of hospitality, as well as raising money for the ministry of the church. It involves parishioners in teams of 5 or 6 who work together. The teams create a close bond as they share their work.
St. Paul’s organizes the Brock/Norma Green Christmas Wish Program. This program helps families in our community at Christmas, and throughout the year, with items of comfort and necessity. Businesses, individuals, groups and other churches all sponsor families to help at Christmas, and St. Paul’s delivers the packages just before Christmas. The program has grown to more than 90 families and 175 children over the past 30 years. The program is named after Norma Green, who was the organizer for over 20 years.
St. Paul’s is known in the community for its themed dinners. Chinese New Year, St.Patrick’s Day, St. George’s Day and Silent Movie Nights, as well as our annual Strawberry and Turkey suppers, are all a time of good food and fellowship. Our dinners typically sell out well in advance and include helpers from different groups within the church and community. It is a time for a wide variety of people to gather and enjoy an evening of fun found nowhere else in Beaverton.
There are always opportunities for people to get involved in the life of the church. Wardens, Synod members, Investment Committee, Building Committee, Advisory Board, Chancel Guild, Servers Guild, Sunday School are all ways in which people can be involved here at St. Paul’s.