St. Paul’s Serves Others

Outreach Locally and Globally

St Paul’s Food Closet Serving Put-in-Bay

  • The food closet is available for those who need a assistance, especially in the winter months.
  • We are accepting donations – please ensure expiration dates are current.
  • The Episcopal Diocese of Ohio gave us a food closet grants in two years through the local North Central Mission Area.
  • We’ve received financial and food donations from various island groups and individuals.

St Paul’s supports others through donations to:

  • Salvation Army
  • Soup Kitchen in Sandusky
  • Victory Temple
  • Ronald McDonald House (pull tabs)
  • Church Periodical Fund (provides books for children in other countries)
  • The Good Friday collection for the church in Jerusalem
  • Parishioners contribute to the Ohio Bishop’s Annual Appeal
  • The United Thank Offering

The United Thank Offering collection takes place in May and November at St Paul’s

The United Thank Offering of The Episcopal Church addresses compelling human need through grants to projects that alleviate poverty, both domestically and internationally, within the Anglican provinces, dioceses, and companion dioceses.

The United Offering (now the United Thank Offering) began at the General Convention of 1889. By joining together, the members of Episcopal Churches can extend grants for significant outreach projects which could not be sponsored by an individual parish or diocese.

Did you know… In 1904-1906, the ladies of St. Paul’s raised funds to support the building of Perry’s Victory? The monument was not part of the National Park Service when it was built. They contributed $30.00 each year. The National Park Service (NPS) was not established until 1916.