Give and Receive

Details on getting & giving help!

We are here for you!
We are aware that many have been greatly impacted by this pandemic. If you have suffered a loss of income and need help with food or other items, please let us know.  Our parish stands ready to share our blessings with anyone in need!

To receive assistance:
We have a Food Pantry for those in need of food and personal hygiene items.
All items are free to anyone in need. Delivery available.
We will do our best to help in any way we can.
Call 601-992-9547 to get help.
God bless us all!

To donate to our Table of Plenty food pantry:
a) Drop off food donations under the pavilion behind the church near the large parking area on the right. See the list of needed items below.
b) Drop off $25 gift cards.
c) Donate online to the St. Paul  Feed the Hungry fund

Needed non-perishable Items:
peanut butter, cereal or breakfast bars, pasta, rice, spaghetti sauce, mac and cheese, canned tuna, chicken, or salmon, canned vegetables, canned fruit, boxed crackers & cookies, toothpaste, toothbrushes, bars of soap, shampoo/conditioner, toilet paper, bleach

Thank you!!!

Help feed hungry school children with the Backpack Ministry
    Backpack Ministry is a nationwide ministry involving public schools and Christian churches of many denominations. Our Parish is proud to be participating in this very worthwhile ministry since 2018.
    A Rankin County study has shown that over 7,500 students in our county lack sufficient nutrition with the result that many children go to bed hungry. With the permission of the school leaders, elementary students are screened and chosen to receive supplemental food for weekend meals.
    St. Paul Parish is currently providing supplemental meals for 48 children in one of our local schools. There are many ways you can help. Contact the office for details. Call 601-992-9547 or email
— donate money
— join the shopping team
— join the packing team
— help deliver the food to schools
— pray for the children and this ministry

We now offer Online Giving that you may continue your support of the great work of the Church during our time of physical separation.
Text the word “Give” to 601-281-0053 or click the“Online Giving” tab.
Select which fund you prefer to send your donation.

Volunteer Your Time
If you are able to help us make deliveries, pick up items, etc. please sign up here Volunteer Form

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Our St. Paul logo was designed by fellow parishioner Lori Brechtel, a graphic designer. Lori put great thought and detail into its design. She began by seeking out a symbol of our church that would be readily identifiable to all of our members - the circular, quartered round window on our building.

The yellow, starbust portion represents the light of Christ that blinded Paul, and that light which we show to each other among our congregation, and others. it is "bursting" from the confines of our own church and radiating into the world.