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Grant Avenue Street Reach, preparing meals

About Ministry at Saint Paul

At St. Paul, we try to avoid the word "volunteer." We do serious work here, and the people who do it are really ministers. Martin Luther tells us that all who are a part of the body of Christ, the Church, are, ourselves, Christ for the sake of the neighbor. We do good works because they have been given us to do by God, and we do this good work not to proselytize or convert; we DO simply for the good of the neighbor. That simple.

You receive more than you can imagine. It doesn't matter if you're a part of any faith community or tradition; all who desire to work for the common good of any are welcome to participate in these service opportunities. And if you think of places where your gifts are best used and you don't see them here, let us know. We are not ones to turn away individuals from a call and the work that God has set aside for them—and us.

How You Can Get Involved

  • Education Ministry

    Do you have experience teaching or a knack for speaking? How about unique knowledge in a subject of value to Lutherans living in a complicated world? Consider planning a seminar with Mary Fulton of the Education Ministry, or leading a class with KinderKirche.
  • Hospitality

    Just about every Sunday, we need folks to supply food and drink for the Coffee and Conversation hour after each service. Do you like to bake, cook, or entertain? This might be right up your alley.
  • Stewardship

    Part of our work as partners in ministry means committing ourselves to growing our community and society at large. Are you good with words and organization? Perhaps you can helps us orchestrate stewardship opportunities within our community and in Denver.
  • Ministry Leadership

    All of our ministries need skilled leaders to guide direction and keep them on track. Do you have those skills? Consider being a part of planning committees or church council. We need spirited, bright partners to help make our vision a reality.
  • Grant Avenue Street Reach

    If you have a calling to help with the poor and needy, Grant Avenue Street Reach might be ideal for you. Every Monday, Saint Paul serves up thousands of meals to the hungry and homeless. You can volunteer to setup, clean, serve, prepare, or minister to those in need.
  • Building and Maintenance

    Saint Paul church is old—more than 85 years old, as a matter of fact. That means we need individuals to help repair, fix, build, clean, garden, and maintain our beautiful worship space.
  • Worship and Music

    At the core of our gathering is worship, and at the heart of that is music. Do you sing or play an instrument? Do you have a gift for public speaking? Do you have a passion for liturgy? Worship and/or music ministry might be just what you're looking for.
  • Administrative Work

    Every church has a slew of paper work to sort out. Is that your strong suit? Do you like filing, organizing, copying, and keeping things running smoothly? Do you have a knack for technology? If you do, we could use your help.
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