The Store House
The Storehouse is a non-profit benevolent ministry to Albuquerque’s less fortunate.
St. Paul's and other city churches and organizations donate food, clothing, and other critical need items that are distributed throughout the year at the program headquarters.
Two donation boxes are located in the Lobby/Narthex and items may be deposited daily during St. Paul’s operating hours. These items can be non-perishable foods, small appliances, and clothing.
Specific program needs often are included in the St. Paul's weekly Sunday bulletin.
Please contact Marilyn Bevan, or 505-299-8328 with any questions.
Project Share is a non-profit ministry involving numerous city churches and organizations that prepares and feeds late afternoon meals to some 250 individuals six days a week in downtown Albuquerque. Project Share is located 1515 Yale Blvd SE.
St. Paul's attendees purchase food, prepare it in the Chapman Hall kitchen, deliver and serve it.
Our current schedule for St. Paul's is the second Sunday of May, July, September, November, and December. Some 10 individuals from St. Paul's have been involved for some 30 years.
The group now needs additional participants, as well as financial donations.
Please contact Ron Meyer for more information or call 505-275-7033
The program teaches families how to write a resume and to locate affordable housing and day care for the children.
St. Paul's helped 13 families with 16 adults and 29 children (ages ranging from one week to 16). The church averages 50 volunteers each session it hosts up to four families, four times annually in Chapman Hall. Families are housed 570 hours, which includes our volunteers purchasing food and preparing 150 dinners, 100 breakfasts and numerous sack lunches as needed.
The St. Paul's van transports individuals to school, training sessions, interviews, medical appointments and other essential locations.
Through the United Methodist Church, St. Paul’s is involved with many local, regional, national and international missions.
Through Bishops’ Appeals, Advance Specials and the United Methodist Committee on Relief, St. Paul's attendees assist catastrophic needs, such as disease outbreaks and prevention, natural disasters and local tragedies.