Mission Outreach


Canterbury Court –We are proud to have a partnership with Canterbury Court, an
Episcopal retirement community in the Dayton area. We have a regular presence there
through weekly services, Stephen Minister visits and our prayer shawl knitters. For more
information, contact Pat Harbert: nanahph@nullaol.com

Dayton Episcopal Food Pantry –St. Paul’s is proud to collect and donate food from our
parishioners on a monthly basis, supplying DEFP with ongoing resources for over 100
families that rely on this food to feed their families. We offer financial support as well. The
Food Pantry is located at St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church on Salem Avenue. To get involved,
contact Diane Labrie at dmlabrie@nullhotmail.com or Nedra Smolka
at pianokeez530@nullgmail.com

Dayton Episcopal Clothing Room –St. Paul’s is proud to collect clothing, outer wear,
under garments, socks and shoes for our neighbors in need in the Dayton community. The
Clothing Room is located at St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church on Salem Avenue. Contact Bee
Tanner for more information: tannerb@nullwoh.rr.com

Goody2Shoes – shoes and socks collection for Dayton Episcopal Clothing Room;
St. Nicholas presents gifts for children in exchange for shoes given to those in need. Contact dsebaly@nullsbcglobal.net

Prayer Shawl Ministry– Knitters and crocheters come together in fellowship to create
many warm, beautiful items for those in need. Regular weekly and monthly gatherings
provide opportunities for knitters to share ideas, patterns, projects, and beginner lessons.
To learn more about this prolific ministry, contact Wendy Thornwill: swj123@nullatt.net

St. Paul’s Community Dinner –This is a new initiative that will begin on March 16. We
will offer a free, healthy, hot dinner to the public on the third Friday of every month. Dinner
will be served from 5:30 – 6:30 pm. Posters and flyers will be out the first week of Lent.
This is part of the St. Paul’s hunger initiative.Contact Jean Berry: jean@nullstpauls-dayton.org

Youth Mission Project –We are on a mission to love our neighbors! And we’re all
neighbors. Through this interfaith youth initiative, we will work with local agencies and
non-profits to feed the hungry, clothe the needy, and through our actions, respect the
dignity of every human being. It is our privilege to serve the greater Dayton community.
Project dates this year areJuly 9 – 13. We work from 9 – 4 pm each day of the week. This
project is an interfaith effort bringing people together on the front line of the hunger
problem in Dayton OH. Our goal is to be part of the solution. Contact Spencer Izor with
questions: spencer.izor@nullgmail.com