What is God calling you to do?

Each person has God-given gifts and talents to share.  Please consider participating in one of the many servant-ministries of St Paul’s listed in this section of our web site.

If you’d like help in deciding which ministry might be best for you, please call  Rev. Kathleen Gannon in the church office at 561 276-4541 or e-mail her at revkathleen@stpaulsdelray.org.

Community Involvement

May 1, 2015: St. Paul’s Green Team: Ground breaking and blessing of The Delray Beach Children’s Garden located on St. Paul’s campus.

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March 5, 2015: St. Paul’s Green Team candidate forum.  Candidates for City Mayor and Commissioner debated “Green” issues at St. Paul’s.  Organized by our Green Team.

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September 13, 2014:  Parish Wide Day of Service, Kids Care food packing for Haiti, September 13, 2004 at St. Mark’s Episcopal Church,  Palm Beach Gardens.
Over 3,000 volunteers for local parishes packed 72,000 rice and bean meals for over 3,200 Episcopal school children in Haiti. Thank you to our many St. Paul’s volunteers.
June 13, 2014: Delray Beach will soon sprout two new gardens for kids to learn how to harvest locally grown produce. The green additions are part of the local nonprofit Sow Share program, which aims to get the community involved in.  Now there will be two gardens geared toward teaching kids about nature. One will be at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, the other on a patch of vacant land on Northwest First Street and Northwest Ninth Avenue.

“We are going to try and share with them some of the values that come from working with the land,” said Pablo del Real, who started Sow Share. “We want to teach them about the inter-connectedness of all life.” I have always been active with kids,” he said. “This is what I wanted to do with these lots.”

The story is the same for the folks at St. Paul’s. It is all about teaching kids the importance of the environment.Adding a garden focused on educating kids fit right in the mission the congregation’s green team had in mind. “St. Paul’s has a really significant commitment to the environment,” said Rev. Kathleen Gannon. “We have phenomenal trees and green lush around us. We want the children to understand how wonderful the earth is.”  Click here to read the Sun Sentinel article

Build Day, May 3, 2014: In partnership with Habitat for Humanity, St. Paul’s members worked on constructing a new home for a loyal Paul’s Place family. Their three elementary school children attend our after- school program.

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Holy Week, April 2014:  Walking the Stations of the Cross with members of St. Matthew’s Episcopal Church and the Bishop James T. Holly Mission.



September 25, 2013:  Hundreds of people volunteered Sept. 21 filling 50,000 small plastic bags with a rice, beans and vitamins  mixture to be sent to fill the empty bellies of Haitian schoolchildren.
The parish hall at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Delray Beach overflowed with volunteers of all ages wearing hair nets, gloves and plastic aprons who formed teams of assembly lines preparing the meals.

Linda Boyd, who attends the church, was a team leader  for all three volunteer shifts and brought a cowbell and pom poms to rally her crews. She volunteered after visiting Haiti on a fact-finding mission in June for the church.

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