To contact us about any of the below ministries, please call our Outreach Coordinator, Amy Marmion, at 336-294-4696, ext. 226.  She can direct your call to the appropriate ministry coordinator.


Blood Drive
givingbloodOur next Blood drive will be April 25, 2022, from 1:30 – 6:00pm.

To schedule a donation time online go to and enter sponsor code St Paul Apostle.

To provide opportunities to give a gift that can save a life twice a year, in April and in September, Saint Paul hosts a Red Cross Blood Drive. Volunteers are needed to donate blood, to donate refreshments and to help the day of the drive.  Contact Amy Marmion, at 336-294-4696, ext 226.

Crop Walk

CROP Walk: In October, St. Paul’s joins other faith communities in Greensboro in this walk to fight hunger. Sponsored by Greensboro Urban Ministry and Church World Services, the proceeds from the walk help feed the hungry in Greensboro as well in underdeveloped countries. All parishioners are invited to walk or sponsor our walkers. Volunteers are also needed to help organize the walk. Contact Amy Marmion, at 336-294-4696, ext 226.

Food Pantry

Donations are always needed and gladly accepted. The pantry is available to needy families in the parish and local community.

Stocking:  Volunteers serve on a rotating basis to stock food donated to our parish food pantry.

Distribution:  Volunteers work from 10 am to 1 pm giving out food to those referred to our parish for grocery assistance. 

To help out with stocking or distributions, please contact Amy Marmion, at 336-294-4696, ext 226.

Mobile Meals

Volunteers deliver hot meals to homebound people in the community. Volunteers commit one day per month and our assigned parish day is the 2nd Friday of each month from 10:00 A.M. to 12:00 P.M. Serves Monthly.  Contact Amy Marmion, at 336-294-4696, ext 226.


Like everyone else this past year, Senior Resources of Guilford County had to make significant changes on how to continue serving the seniors in our community while also keeping their many volunteers, many of whom are retirees, safe and healthy. Daily delivery of meals was suspended and replaced with weekly deliveries of frozen meals, still by volunteers, but not as many. Beginning May 3, daily deliveries will resume, and volunteers are needed once again. St. Paul’s needs your help! Our church community provides monthly volunteers on the 2nd Friday of each month to deliver meals.  Volunteers meet at 9:30 am at Senior Resources of Guilford County located at 1401 Benjamin Parkway, Greensboro, and usually complete their routes by 11:30 am.  If interested in helping with this very important ministry for our homebound elderly, please contact Mary Wells through the parish office at 336-294-4696.

Senior Wheels

Senior Wheels is a transportation service for older adults. Rides to scheduled medical appointments are provided by caring volunteer drivers from local religious congregations. St. Paul the Apostle Church provides rides on the 4th Tuesday and Wednesday of each month. Contact Amy Marmion, at 336-294-4696, ext 226.

Sister Parish Program

This program assists parishioners of St. Paul the Apostle and of the Parish of the Child Jesus in Manta, Ecuador, in living out our baptismal call to Stewardship by establishing a long term spiritual, cultural, and personal relationship. Opportunities are provided for personal growth, commitment, and involvement in our communities. Check here or the bulletin for the next planning meeting.

For more information about the Sister Parish Program, contact Amy Marmion at 336-294-4696, ext 226 or pickup a brochure from the Sister Parish bulletin board outside of Fellowship Hall.

Food Collection for Urban Ministries

These events are held to raise awareness of needs of the poor by asking for and collecting non-perishable food items for Urban Ministry. This is accomplished by spending an hour or so at a supermarket handing out flyers and explaining the purpose of the drive. Contact Amy Marmion at 336-294-4696, ext. 226 for information about the next drive or visit Greensboro Urban Ministry on the web.

Giving Tree

The Giving Tree is an opportunity to provide much needed gifts to less fortunate families and beneficiaries of various not-for-profit organizations during the Advent Season. Volunteers are needed to help organize the project, make tags for the tree, trim the tree, choose tags and purchase gifts, sort gifts, and prepare for delivery. Annual event. For more information contact Amy Marmion at 336-294-4696 ext 226.

Yarn Ladies
woolspoolsA consolidation of the Prayer Shawl Ministry and the Wild and Wooly Knitters. Women of the parish gather to knit and crochet baby items, hats and scarves for the Women’s Hospital and our Food Pantry, and prayer shawls for those who are ill or in need of special prayers. They meet the second Tuesday of each month.

All are welcome. If you can knit or crochet, please join us, as many hands make light work. Contact Amy Marmion, at 336-294-4696, ext 226 for more information.

YWCA Family Shelter

St. Paul provides the meal for the shelter residents on the 2nd Wednesday of the month. If you are able to prepare a main dish, a side or dessert, please contact Amy Marmion at 336-294-4696 ext 226.

Urban Ministry Soup Kitchen

Volunteers from St. Paul the Apostle Church prepare and serve hot lunches on the fourth Saturday of every month. Contact Amy Marmion, at 336-294-4696, ext 226.

Santa for Seniors

Each year in December, members of our parish go to a senior center to host a Christmas party for less fortunate senior citizens. For more information, contact Amy Marmion at 336-294-4696, ext.226.