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“Not all of us can do great things.  But we can do small things with great love.”

Mother Teresa

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Jim and Bernice at Soup Kitchen

  • Soup Kitchen
    We prepare and serve lunch on the fourth Friday of every month at the The Benton Harbor Soup Kitchen. To learn more about The Benton Harbor Soup Kitchen, click here.
  • Little Dresses for Africa
    Members sew “pillowcase” dresses that are donated to Little Dresses for Africa, a registered 501(c)3 charitable organization that distributes dresses primarily in Africa. To learn more about Little Dresses for Africa, click here.
  • Seasonal Collections and Donations
    We collect and donate sets of school supplies to our neighborhood elementary school to ensure that each student has a full set of supplies on the first day of school. Throughout the fall and winter, we collect and distribute hats, gloves, mittens, and scarves to multiple organizations throughout our community. In collaboration with Interfaith Action of Southwest Michigan, we collect food, clothing, and personal care items each fall for area harvesters and migrant workers. On an ongoing basis, we collect new and gently used clothing to supply the Emergency Room at our local hospital with clothing for patients who need something to wear upon discharge.
  • Food Pantry at St. Augustine’s
    Members of St. Paul’s assist twice monthly with the Food Pantry at St. Augustine of Canterbury in Benton Harbor, serving hundreds of community members each month. To learn more about Food Pantry at St. Augustine’s, click here.
  • Social Justice
    As Episcopalians, we are called to strive for justice and peace, and to respect the dignity of every human being. At St. Paul’s, our social justice and outreach ministries include: Hanging pride flags and banners outside our building to communicate that everyone is welcome Sponsoring a booth and participating in the Twin Cities PrideFest Living out a commitment to healing racism Holding an annual candlelight vigil for the victims of gun violence Supporting Interfaith Action of Southwest Michigan, an ecumenical organization that supports migrant affairs, reduction of gun violence, and support of the LGBTQ+ population
  • Adopt-a-Road
    Each spring and fall, we clean up a stretch of roadside in Berrien County. To learn more about Adopt-a-Road, click here.
  • United Through Motherhood
    We partner with United Through Motherhood, a non-profit organization co-founded by a member of Temple B'nai Shalom, to deliver free diapers, baby wipes, and diaper cream, to distribution locations in Southwest Michigan.
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Pride Fest

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