Knights of Columbus
The Knights are a group of Catholic men committed to the exemplification of charity, unity, fraternity, patriotism, and the promotion of priestly vocations. Our council currently has more than 170 members in its ranks. For more information, click here.
St. Agnes Center
Located on the Saint Paul Catholic Community campus, the St. Agnes Center provides daytime care for seniors living with Alzheimer's and dementia. Volunteers help provide a positive program of social, recreational, and health activities. For more information, click here.
St. Joe Group
This group is a ministry of service to others. Men, women and children participate in various community projects, like "Building Together," and also organize an annual service-learning trip to Morehead, Ky., where they build wheelchair ramps and help those in need.
A beautiful tradition in the Saint Paul Catholic Community is providing free luncheons to our family members following a funeral. A core team arranges for the main dishes, while volunteers are phoned to bring sides, salads and desserts. Donations are always welcome.
Marjorie Clifford Senior Circle
The Senior Circle provides Saint Paul parishioners age 65 and older with the assistance they need to stay in their own homes. This includes things like providing transportation to doctor appointments or shopping. Funding for this program is through a generous grant from longtime Saint Paul parishioner Marjorie Clifford.
Valparaiso Christian Food Pantry
The Saint Paul Catholic Community, along with a number of other churches throughout Valparaiso, assists in staffing and stocking the Christian Food Pantry, located the corner of Chicago and Jefferson streets in downtown Valparaiso. Parishioners are always invited to bring groceries and place them in the bin in the narthex.
Communion Ministers at Porter Regional Hospital
These ministers visit all Catholic patients at Porter Regional Hospital each Saturday and return Sunday to distribute the Eucharist to patients desiring to receive Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament. *This ministry is in need of a chairperson. If you are interested, please call the parish office.
Saint Paul Free Clothing Center
Debbie Dodd, Manager
The Saint Paul Clothing Center provides free clothing to people in need. Donations are accepted during the daytime hours and volunteers are welcome.
Through faith formation, evangelization, education, and community action, this group seeks to promote a culture of life - from conception to natural death. This group meets the first Thursday of the month at 5:30 p.m. for food, fellowship, and formation in the lower level of the St. Agnes Center.
Saint Paul Men's Club
The Saint Paul Men's Club is an organization committed to serving its parish and the community. This group of men meets at 7 p.m. on the second Wednesday of the month in the lower level of the Tiny Tim's gathering room, fellowship and fraternity. They sponsor numerous activities all designed to promote Christian values while supporting their parish and community.