“For I was hungry, and you gave me food to eat. I was thirsty, and you gave me drink. I was a stranger, and you took me in.  I was naked, and you clothed me. I was sick, and you visited me. I was in prison, and you came to me.” Matthew 25:35-36

 

St. Mark's UMC has a strong commitment to helping those in need in our community and around the world.  Some of our Outreach Ministries include Fashions For Food, TEAM, Summertime Stitchers, Shawl Ministry, Share your Christmas,  Epworth, Kingdom House, Shalom House, Sister To Sister.

 

 

Fashions For Food is a St. Mark’s ministry that weekly sorts donated clothes and other goods, has a monthly sale, and gives the proceeds to food pantries in the St. Louis area.  (back to top)


T.E.A.M. (The Emergency Assistance Ministry) mission is to serve the poor and the hungry in the Florissant and Hazelwood area. St. Mark’s is one of approximately 40 area churches who support this ministry through food and monetary donations. (back to top)

 

 

 

Summertime Stitchers meets weekly during the summer to make quilts for a variety of area ministries. (back to top)


Shawl Ministry is an ongoing ministry of knitting and crocheting prayer shawls that are given to members during times of need such as illness.  (back to top)


Share Your Christmas happens when our congregation plays “Santa Claus” to families in need each Christmas season. You can share in the joy of giving by volunteering to buy Christmas presents for families who cannot afford presents for their loved ones. Watch the church newsletter for more information. (back to top)


Epworth Children and Family Services is in partnership with the United Methodist Church and serves over 100 children annually through their ministry. St. Mark’s supports this ministry in a variety of ways. Watch the church newsletter for upcoming ways to help. (back to top)


Kingdom House is a social service agency serving residents of the Near Southside of St. Louis since 1902 and sponsored by the United Methodist Church. St. Mark’s reaches out through Kingdom House in many different ways. (back to top)


Shalom House was founded in 1968. Shalom House gives hope to homeless women through innovative programs and supportive services designed to stabilize and rebuild lives. (back to top)


Sister To Sister is a St. Mark's ministry that supports the Kathy J. Weinman Shelter. The Weinman Shelter is a 50 bed domestic violence program for abused women and their children. (back to top)

 
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