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A vibrant, Christian community on the corner of Bardstown Road and Douglass Boulevard, in the heart of Louisville's Highlands.

Looking for volunteer opportunities?

At St. Paul, we believe that outreach and mission ministries are a critical part of our Christian life together. We have two teams (Beyond the Walls Team and Justice Team) that plan service projects and volunteer opportunities to serve locally, globally, and at St. Paul.

In odd-numbered years, the Beyond the Walls Team organizes a team to build a Habitat for Humanity House. In even-numbered years, the team hosts a refugee family in partnership with Kentucky Refugee Ministries. Throughout the year, the team plans and implements projects that aim to benefit the world we share. There are many Louisville volunteer opportunities to get involved in!


The Resource Center
The Resource Center is open Wednesdays, 10:00am-noon. It provides snacks and assistance for those who have trouble navigating Louisville’s resources.

How to volunteer.

July Food Drive
We’re collecting food all throughout July to stock the food pantry in the Resource Center.

Learn what’s being collected.

Open Door Ministry
4th Avenue United Methodist provides meals for people in need every week. To aid in their ministry, St. Paul is helping them prepare, serve, and clean for lunch every second Saturday from 10:30am to 1:30pm. 4-6 people are needed every second Saturday. Sign up as an individual or group, sign up online. 

Open Door

St. Paul on Call
St. Paul, do you need some help with a few small projects around your home? Consider contacting St. Paul on Call. Learn how to request a project and how to be a volunteer on the team.

St. Paul on Call

Burrito Rolling
Help us make burritos to make a difference! We’re making hundreds of burritos in July in order to feed hundreds of people!

Burrito Rolling!

Around the Church
Are you looking for a volunteer project around St. Paul, but not sure where to begin? Contact us in the office. There are multiple ways to help year-round.

Examples of Volunteer Projects around the church:

  • Help in the office (answering phones, greeting guests, assisting with mailings and bulletins)
  • Help with maintenance issues (changing light bulbs, small repair or painting projects)
  • Help with children’s or youth ministry
  • Become a greeter for worship or events

To inquire about a volunteer opportunity at St. Paul, contact Angela Brooks, Director of Community Outreach, at

Truly I tell you, just as you did it to one of the least of these who are members of my family, We believe that serving the needs in the city of Louisville and beyond is the best way to fulfill this Great Commission of Christ! As we are located in the heart of the Highlands, we believe that we have a great opportunity to serve many go God’s children by showing them the love of Christ.