Care & Support

Alcoholics Anonymous

One hour meetings at 7:00 PM every night of the week. The meetings are open. Visit their website.

Bereavement Ministry

This group of church members assists families with funeral arrangements in the event of the loss of a loved one. For more information, contact the church office at 893-3780 or parishinfo@stpaulsmboro.org.

Eucharistic Visits (Lay Eucharistic Ministry)

Eucharistic visitors deliver communion to those who are unable to attend corporate worship because of infirmity, sickness, childbirth, injury, or other reasons.

Fellowship of Older Friends

The Fellowship of Older Friends matches parishioners ages 60 and up with older members who need assistance with transportation, visits, telephone calls, or errands.

Food Ministry

The Food Ministry serves our own St. Paul's community and friends and neighbors who might need and appreciate receiving meals during times of illness, surgery, death in the family, birth of a child and other life events.

Pastoral Counseling Center of Murfreesboro

St. Paul's is one of the original supporting congregations of the Pastoral Counseling Center, a faith-based organization providing professional counseling affordable to all. The center's professional staff is state licensed and certified by several national clinical organizations. For more information contact the center at 904-8623.

Wedding Team

The St. Paul’s Wedding Team assists the clergy, bride, and groom in all the “mechanical” aspects of the wedding. Team members act as consultants who can advise the couple on non-liturgical parts of the wedding service, especially as they pertain to the wedding policies at St. Paul’s. For more information, contact the church office at 893-3780 or parishinfo@stpaulsmboro.org.

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