Volunteer Opportunities


Volunteer With St. Paul's

At St. Paul’s United Church of Christ, we want to show God’s love and spread his word by sharing our talents. We feed many people weekly through St. Paul’s Kitchen Meal Ministry, and help out throughout the community by supporting a variety of local missions. Our church doesn’t just stay inside it’s four walls.

The St. Paul’s Kitchen serves two meals each week to the Evansville community. We serve over 300 people nutritious takeout meals weekly free of charge. The St. Paul’s Kitchen exists because of the generosity of the people of St. Paul’s, support of the St. Paul’s Foundation, and outside organizations.  All donations are welcome.   If you would like to donate food or paper products for the St. Paul’s kitchen, or if you would like to support St. Paul’s Kitchen financially,  please contact our office.

Wednesday Meal 4:30PM-5:30PM | Saturday Meal 9:00AM-10:00AM

The Commodity Supplemental Food Program serves to supplement the diets of adults age 60 and over who meet set income requirements.   At St. Paul’s, participants receive a food box on the third Thursday of every month.  This food box contains food chosen to address common deficiencies in older adults.

Registration for CSFP at St. Paul’s is every Monday (except holidays) from 9:00 AM until 11:00 AM.  Participants at the St. Paul’s distribution site must live in Vanderburgh County.

For more information, please download the Commodity Supplemental Food Program flyer.

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The mission of Habitat for Humanity of Evansville is to bring people together to build homes, communities, and hope.  Habitat for Humanity’s Vision is for a world where everyone has a decent place to live.

For more information, refer to the website for Habitat for Humanity of  Evansville.

St. Paul’s UCC volunteers at the Simpson United Methodist Church West Side Food Pantry every third Monday of the month. If you would like to make donations or volunteer your time, please reach out to us today to see how you can hep.

United Caring Services is committed to creating a community of caring that will break the cycle of poverty and homelessness. UCS champions those who are marginalized, and UCS empowers them to lead hopeful, productive lives. UCS was founded in 1991, and it offers a variety of programs such as a day shelter, night shelter, women’s shelter, and transitional housing.

For more information, refer to the website for United Caring Services.

St. Paul’s has teamed up with Archibald Eagle’s Food Closet at the University of Southern Indiana. Archie’s Closet provides non-perishable food products and personal hygiene products for both students and employees of the USI community that are in need of assistance. 


Thank you for considering a monetary donation to St. Paul’s United Church of Christ. When you give, you are giving through us, not necessarily to us. Your generous donation will help to fund the many missions and ministries that we provide as a church to the Evansville community. We want to share the our faith and hope with those around us, and your kindness helps us move mountains.