• Recycling Ministry

    Did you know that during the past 17 years ST.PAUL’S RECYCLING MINISTRY VOLUNTEERS have kept tons of paper, cardboard, tin cans, aluminum cans, plastic bottles, and glass bottles out of the landfill? Here’s how: The City of Fayetteville does not collect our recyclable materials. Every week, a Volunteer Member of the

  • Dick Johnston Camp

    Camp Mitchell is home to The Dick Johnston Children’s Camp (DJCC) for one week each year.  The majority of kids who attend this week of camp would be considered “at risk”.  They are young (8-12 years old), yet have already experienced significant trauma and loss.  Each child has had at

  • Little Free Pantry

    The Little Free Pantry, established at St. Paul’s in early 2017, is a community-resourced food and dry goods exchange located outside our Welcome Center near the church parking lot. Those in need of food and other household items are welcome to take what they need, while we welcome St. Paul’s

  • Angel Tree Ministry

    The Angel Tree offers you and your family an opportunity to share the love of Christ with someone less fortunate. In early December, a Christmas Tree appears in the Welcome Center decorated with tags that identify an individual and some of their needs.You are encouraged to take a tag, have

  • Prayer Shawl Guild

    This ministry focuses on making shawls for individuals who may need comfort during illness or grief, upon entering a nursing home, or going through one of life’s trials. As we knit or crochet beautiful shawls, we weave prayers of hope, peace and healing for those who will receive them. Knit,

  • Alternative Gift Market

    In early December of each year, the Alternative Gift Market provides a meaningful alternative to object-based giving while celebrating & supporting non-profit organizations in our community and worldwide. Choose from dozens of local & international organizations, with booths in the Parish Hall. Donate to a cause in honor of a loved one, friend, or

  • Seven Hills Homeless Center

    7hills begins our relationships with our clients by meeting them “where they are” with a spirit of compassion.  We have high expectations of our clients, thus providing dignity through accountability, as they strive to end their cycles of homelessness and poverty.  Our programs are designed to teach our clients skills

  • School Supply Drive

  • Refugee Ministry

  • Community Clinic

  • Prison Stories

    Founded in 2012 as a ministry of St. Paul’s, the Prison Story Project empowers men and women to find their voices through poetry, storytelling, and song. Our mission is to bridge the gap between inmates and the communities they are members of through the healing art of story. The first

  • Prison Ministry – NWA Women’s Correctional Center

    Our team of clergy and lay members meet every Sunday at 5:15 p.m. in the Sanctuary to take a full Eucharist service to the women at the Northwest Arkansas Correctional Center on College Avenue in downtown Fayetteville. We have an average congregation of 25 to 30 appreciative women. The service

  • Outreach through Art

  • Magdalene Serenity House

    MAGDALENE SERENITY HOUSE  is a community of healing for women survivors of sexual exploitation and addiction as they move toward a life that is spiritually rich, economically self-sufficient, emotionally full, and drug free. Most will have been sexually abused between the ages of 7 and 11. Most will have used drugs

  • Canopy (refugee resettlement)

    Canopy Northwest Arkansas is working to support refugees who are resettling in our community. We believe that Northwest Arkansas, with its diverse community, rapid economic growth, and excellent educational institutions, is an ideal location for refugees seeking to build a new life.  We are inviting on our community to recognize

  • Heal NWA

  • Habitat for Humanity

  • Cooperative Emergency Outreach

    CEO is a cooperative group of churches assisting members of the community in emergency situations as part of an outreach ministry. St. Paul’s was a founding member of Cooperative Emergency Outreach 25 years ago and continues to support this ministry. CEO provides Washington County residents with emergency assistance, including help with food,

  • Community Meals

    Community Meals serves a balanced hot lunch to anyone who comes in. St. Paul’s offers this ministry at noon on Mondays and Wednesdays in our Parish Hall.   Other Free Meals in Fayetteville On Tuesdays and Thursdays at 11:30 a.m., meals are offered at Central United Methodist (6 W. Dickson).

  • Caring Friends – Respite Ministry

    What is Caring Friends? Caring Friends Respite Ministry offers four hours of respite once a week to caregivers for those with early onset Alzheimer’s or dementia. Caring Friends meets every Thursday from 10 a.m.-2 p.m.   Who can become a Friend? We refer to those in our group with Alzheimer’s and

  • Advocacy through Art