Men's Cancer Support Group:
For men facing the challenges of cancer. This group meets the first Tuesday of the month at 6:30 PM.
Please contact Jim Sanderson
email@example.com , Jacques Merkau or the church office (810)982-9853
To volunteer your time sharing prayer, fellowship and communion with those who cannot attend church, please contact our Pastor or the church office.
Fair Trade Coffee, Tea & Chocolate:
Community Garden Project:
Garden Plot Application, Gardener Guidelines and Garden Purpose forms can be obtained from Don Strauss or by calling the church office.
Planting & Harvest
Do you want a garden, but don't have the space at home? Would you like to learn more about gardening? We have Master Gardeners ready to teach you. We have 10x10 "adoptable" plots available for your family with a $10 refundable deposit.
Many hands make light work when it comes to working a garden and your generous gift of time and labor (working the church's portion) result in the donation of thousands of pounds of fresh produce to Mid-City Nutrition.
Contact: Don Strauss (810)434-2380 or the church office.
Blue Water Community Food Depot:
Also known as Rice Bowl. We collect dry and canned goods to help those in need. The cart is located in the hall outside of the Narthex and once a month it goes to the store for distribution.
Blue Water Community Food Depot
2408 Tenth Street, Port Huron, MI.
(810)987-7886 Hours: M,W,F 12-4
Information found on ELCA.org
Tanzania is a developing country with high levels of poverty. With a population of 45.1 million, many families cannot afford health care and preventative resources. The Lutheran Church is in the forefront of Malaria, HIV and AIDS education, prevention, hospice and palliative care.
The four areas of focus for ELCA Malaria Campaign in Tanzania:
Information found on on Worldatlas.com.
Tanzania is considered one of the oldest known (continuously inhabited) areas on the planet. Tanzania's economy relies mostly on agriculture, employing 80% of the workforce. The main natural resources are gold and natural gas. Tanzanite gemstones come from Tanzania.
Blue Water Garden Club:
Volunteer for 2 weeks at a time to help maintain the herb garden and geranium beds (weeding, clipping grass and watering). Sign-up sheet is in the Narthex.
For more information, please contact Joan Fleming or the church office.
Read the history of the garden here.
This soup kitchen operates out of St. Martin's Lutheran Church, 805 Chestnut Street, Port Huron. They feed the community M-F. Lunch consists of a meat & potatoes dish and supper is soup & sandwiches. Through donations of food and volunteers 125-150 hungry neighbors are fed two meals a day. Each day a team of volunteers from Target, area churches and Adherents from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints arrive to help.
For more information and to volunteer (4th Tuesday of the month), please contact Don Strauss or the church office.
Habitat For Humanity:
Fighting against poverty housing and homelessness around the world. www.habitat.org
Habitat For Humanity is a Church Council project.
The ReStore Truck received many donations in thanks to the generosity of our members and community.
Our annual "Nail Sale", a sponsored activity of St. Paul congregation was successful.
For further information, please contact the church office.