Mission and Outreach

What Jesus says about Serving Others

"Whatever you have done to the least of these, you have done unto Me." - Matthew 25:40
"You, my brothers, were called to be free. But do not use your freedom to indulge the sinful nature; rather, serve one another in love." - Galatians 5:13

 

We are active in supporting a wide variety of outreach programs and missions...

These range in scope from local projects like the Montgomery County Christmas Store and the Montgomery County Emergency Assistance Program to international outreaches through organizations such as the United Methodist Volunteers in Mission, the United Methodist Committee on Relief, and others.

 

 St. Paul Unitied Methodist Church is always looking for:

  • Unmet needs in the NRV
  • People who want to help others - even if you're not sure about church

Don't know where to start? Please contact the church office today.

 

Local Mission

  • Home Repair
  • Wheelchair Ramps
  • Helping with upkeep at Camp Alta Mons
  • Partnering with Hearts & Hammers
  • MCEAP - Montgomery County Emergency Assistance Program
  • Bread Delivery to MCEAP
  • MCCS - Montgomery County Christmas Store

 

Montgomery County Baby Shop
We provide the basic needs of small children when there is a hardship for families.
The MCBS is a collaboration between St. Paul United Methodist Church of Christiansburg and Blacksburg Presbyterian Church.

 

Regional Mission

St. Paul UMC sponsors at least one regional Mission Trip each summer. The trip is open to anyone age 12 and up who is willing to travel 5-6 hours and help folks for a week.

2017 Mission Trip - July 9-15, 2017 - White Sulphur Springs, WV

Previous mission trips:

2013 Mission Trip - July 14-21, 2013 - Spruce Pine, NC

2012 Mission Trip Dates - July, 2012 - Aurora, NC

2011 Mission Trip - July 10-16, 2011 - Nashville, TN

2010 Mission Trip - July 11-17, 2010 - The Bennett Center of London, KY - Red Bird Conference, assisted by New Hope UMC, from Arnold, MO

 

Global Mission

  • Connectional Mission in the United Methodist Church
  • Supporting Apportionment

 

Mission Philosophy

You don't have to be a member of St. Paul United Methodist Church or any church to make a powerful difference in someone's life.