Interfaith Hunger


Saint Paul participates in the Interfaith Hunger Project in September each year as a service project with other churches affiliated with Church Women United by refurnishing the Non-Food Pantry located at the Gayon Saunders Resource Center.  Nearly three hundred families have access to the Interfaith Food Pantry and the Non-Food Pantry.  The participants are disabled or elderly on low incomes; some are shut-ins who depend on volunteers to bring the items to them.  Items are collected at the church and taken to the Gayon Saunders Resource Center for distribution.