The Resource Center
Wednesdays, 10:00am-noon | Room 111
Louisville has many resources available to its people. However, with so many resources available, navigating how to obtain access to them can be difficult. That is why St. Paul is proud to introduce the Resource Center. The Resource Center is a place for those who need assistance in understanding Louisville’s community resources to go and find answers.
Every Wednesday from 10:00am to noon the Resource Center will be open in room 111 at St. Paul Church. Anyone who needs to know where they can get food, meals, showers, job training, how to navigate the Louisville bus system and more. Everyone is invited to attend and get answers. Coffee and snacks will be available for guests.
Now Collecting Warm Men’s Clothes
We are in need of warm men’s clothing for our clothing closet. Coats, jeans, long sleeve t-shirts and sweatshirts are in high demand currently. If you have any of these items you can bring them up to the church office.
Volunteers are needed
Volunteers are needed for this ministry!
You don’t have to be familiar with all of Louisville’s resources before volunteering because information will be provided to you. Volunteers should most importantly enjoy working directly with people and be eager to learn the information provided by the Resource Center.
Volunteer shifts are Wednesdays from 10:00am to noon. If you would like to volunteer for a shift, contact Angela Brooks, Director of Community Outreach, at firstname.lastname@example.org.