Ministries and serving

Want to get involved? See our various ministries below! Serving is an integral part of the Christian life. In Paul’s letter to the Galatians, he urges his brethren to not use their freedom to their own gain, but to “serve one another humbly in love” (15:3). We are called to serve the Lord faithfully in consideration of the great things he has done for us (1 Sam. 12:24). In light of God’s great “mercy”, let us worship him in a “holy and pleasing” way through serving (Rom. 12:1).


  • Mercy Ministry

    Interested in serving our neighborhood? Attend a morning Bible study or find another way to serve. Contact George or Jonathan for more details.

  • Family ministry

    Learn more about our new family ministry by contacting Pat for upcoming events and opportunities to serve this growing ministry!! 

    In the spring or fall we host our annual "Parent to Parent: An Informal Parenting Workshop." The goal of the workshop if to encourage and equip parents at St. Paul's in their role as parents as a a church community where their families can thrive. At the workshop, parents will have the chance to hear from seasoned parents and interact with other families. 

  • HOpe hill elementary partnership

    Interested in serving our neighborhood school, Hope Hill Elementary? We are partnered with the Pre-K class. We help love and support the kids and their teachers by helping with activities, reading to the students and providing materials. 

    Contact Katelyn or Tessa for more details!

  • Free foot clinic

    Quarterly, we team with Emory nurses to create a Free Foot Clinic for the Midtown/Downtown Atlanta area. This Clinic relies solely on nurses, volunteers, donations (socks, towels, icks, foot powder, etc.) and of course any patients who walk through our doors! It is a beautiful way to serve and love our neighborhood by cleaning and medically attending to these men and women's feet, while also providing an opportunity to invite them to church. For more information, click here or email our office

  • Nursery Ministry

    Enjoy play-doh, trains, and gold fish crackers? We love children at St. Paul's! Volunteering in our nursery (infants-3 years old) is a great opportunity to serve and minister to our little ones and their parents during the service. We require background checks and training for all volunteers. Contact Anna with any questions, concerns or to volunteer!

  • Women's ministry

    Love community, Bible studies, and serving? See how you can get involved! St. Paul's Women's Ministry believes in fostering deep relationships with one another, connecting at a heart level, discipling and equipping each other as we walk together in faith and grace.


    There are Spring and Fall Bible studies. Check here for new upcoming MMM (Mom's Morning Mingle) and Summer Women's Events! 


    Contact Rebecca for more info on these studies or how to get on the Women's Ministry Team!

  • Children's church and Sunday School

    Interested in blessing and ministering to parents during the Worship Service? Contact Wei Wei to learn how to become involved with teaching Children's Church. 


    Contact Emily to learn how to volunteer to teach Children's Sunday School . 

  • RUF-I

    Students come to Georgia Tech from all over the world who have never heard the gospel. Their hearts are open, they are curious and they want to experience American culture. RUF-I (Reformed University Fellowship - International) is a campus ministry aimed at hitting these needs. Each week, there are opportunities to host or participate in a table discussion, where we share culture and discuss the gospel. About once per quarter, there are special events or holiday parties where you can interact and transport students to off campus venues. Contact Jay for more info. 

  • Men's ministry

    Looking to grow more in your spiritual walk and serve your community better? St. Paul's is committed to discipling men of the Lord. This is done through shepherding by the elders, officer training, discipleship, fellowship and outreach events.

    Every 3rd Friday morning at 6:30 AM, we meet for breakfast and prayer. 


    Contact Steve for more details and events that are coming up or check out the Men's Facebook page

  • Communications

    Enjoy creating power points or being involved on social media? Put your skills to work with our communications team! Contact Mark for more details.  

  • Westminster Commons

    Westminster Commons is a rehabilitation and long term care facility located near the church on St. Charles Ave.  Emphasizing personal relationships, we play Bingo with the residents on the last Saturday (10:00 AM - 12:00 PM) of each month. This is a great way to show the love of Christ to a community in need. The residents always enjoy conversation and participation.  If interested, contact Jay.

  • Young life

    Young Life is a Christian ministry that believes in the power of presence in the lives of adolescents. YL leaders (staff and volunteers) spend time with kids meeting them where they are to build authentic friendship and share God's love. St. Paul's is involved with the YL ministries in our APS--specifically Inman Middle School and Grady High School--with several of our members involved as students or as YL leaders. Contact Pat

  • CITY CAMP

    St. Paul's partners with Wilderness Works by serving lunch and hanging out with kids one weekend per month during the school year. Wilderness Works is a Christian organization that provides at-risk children a place to find caring adults and fun activities that teach and reach. City Camp is a program of Wilderness Works that gives kids from shelters and impoverished neighborhoods a camp experience in Atlanta. Contact Jonathan with questions. 

  • WORSHIP TEAM MINISTRY

    Our Worship Teams consists of musicians (instrumentalists and vocalists), sound technicians, and projectionists that all share a love for music, a passion for worshipping our God, and the desire to use their gifts and talents to serve Him. We have team members with varying skill levels who enjoy learning and growing alongside each other. 


    We have four teams that rotate, serving one Sunday out of every month. Depending on availability, each team rehearses on either a weeknight or Saturday morning/afternoon and then meets for sound-check and run-throughs on Sunday morning at 8:30 AM. We have several larger productions throughout the year including our Easter and Christmas special services, as well as seasonal Children's Choir performances that involve our children in worship We are also in the process of building an Adult Worship Choir that will serve one Sunday out of each month. We welcome all those interested in joining alongside us to serve in leading worship!


    Our Worship Director is Larrie Fisher. If you are interested in serving, she would love to hear from you and answer any questions you may have. 

  • Paladin Community Development

    Paladin is a non-profit with the purpose of building strong communities by developing and providing affordable housing. Since it's formation over 20 years ago, Paladin has worked with cities in the southeast to help meet their housing needs by providing homes to working families and the elderly. With over 1,300 units, Paladin is one of the leading providers of affordable housing and also strives to be a community-based organization that offers services to those in need. In the Atlanta area, Paladin provides transitional housing scholarships through its partnership with the Salvation Army. Through this partnership, Paladin works extensively with those attempting to move to self-sufficiency by mentoring and counseling. For questions, contact Phil or see Paladin's website

st. paul's internships

St. Paul's Presbyterian Church strives to be a gospel centered and missional presence in the context. We hold to the classic Christian faith as expressed both communally and sacramentally in hopes of being Christ-centered in our relationships and worship. And of course, it is our particular calling to bring the gospel to the greater Midtown community, and the special training opportunities that we have toward sending men and women into the world for the sake of the kingdom of God in all spheres of life. In short, one of our goals as a church is to train and equip men and women for service in Christ's church so as to build Godly leadership for the Kingdom of God into the 21st century.


"And what you have heard from me through many witnesses, entrust to faithful people who will be able to teach others as well..." -2 Timothy 2:2


Toward this mission, we have developed a rather extensive undergraduate and pastoral internship program that seeks to take advantage of our urban and ecclesial context. In the pastoral track, there are two focuses to the program--a learning focus that integrates theology with pastoral ministry, and a mentoring/practical focus that seeks to integrate the intern in to a holistic pastoral experience that is especially suited to sending pastors into other missional contexts. 


Contact us for more info.