Shepherd's Kitchen is a ministry in providing a hot meal for those in need. This ministry is made possible by Dare to Care Food Bank, Uplift Them, Inc,, and the many volunteers throughout New Albany. This ministry is offered as the St. Paul's Campus at 1015 E. Main Street in New Albany, IN.
Meals are provided on Wednesday and Friday from 5:30-6:45pm. ALL ARE WELCOME!
Pet Food Pantry
Our Pet Food Pantry ministry occurs on the third Saturday of every month. Volunteers distribute dog and cat food, cat litter, and sometimes even pet treats to those pet owners who may need a little help. We understand the responsibility and expense that comes with owning pets and we know the joy, comfort, and support that pets offer our families is essential so we want to help. Monetary donations, as well as food and litter donations, are also welcome but all donations must be in original unopened packaging for the safety of all pets. We are always recruiting volunteers and looking for donations.
Contact the office for more information.
This unique ministry provides for the opportunity for parishioners and community members to gather at a local restaurant or pub to discuss a topic of today. This is usually a more relaxed way to have deeper conversation. Those who attend may purchase a meal or beverage of their choice, or simply come for the conversation and connection. ALL ARE WELCOME to attend.
Share the Dream Group Study* Hybrid Format
This is a six-session video Bible study series based on the life and teachings of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Throughout this series, co-hosted by Chris Broussard and Matt Daniels, you will look at six biblical principles that shaped Dr. King’s life and motivated him to speak out on behalf of African-Americans in the Civil Rights Movement: love, conscience, freedom, justice, perseverance, and hope.
This class will be facilitated by our Rector and is in-person at the Parish House or via Zoom..
Class Dates are as follows:
September 25th, October 2nd, October 23rd, November 6th, November 13th, and November 27th.
animate Group Study
Spiritual Practices help strengthen our faith as individuals and in community. This is a video led 6-week series with discussion facilitated by Gail Franklin.
Topics include worship, sacraments, prayer, stewardship, and our relationship with food.
Meet in the Parish House Parlor on Thursdays from 6:30-7:30pm from Oct. 19 – Nov. 30.
Arrive a few minutes early &
be ready to start on time!