Here at St. Paul's we feel that our faith is lived out in community and through our ministries inside and outside our doors. 

Scroll down to learn about the many ways we meet in small groups, serve with our community, and nurture youth in our life together.

Interfaith Action of Evanston

We open our doors to:

  • Feed our neighbors at the Sunday Soup Kitchen
  • Protect our neighbors from the cold through the Overnight Shelter and Monday Warming Center in cooperation with other houses of faith.
  • Walk for Warmth at the IAE fundraiser

coming together

  • Life Together - planning fellowship & fun
  • Fourth Fridays - gathering to socialize in the Summer
  • WELCA -  daytime women's gathering
  • Advent caroling/Donut fry

serving TOGETHER

  • Bridges to Home - Evanston ELCA churches collaboration supporting homeless young adults
  • CROP Walk - A once a year walk to support hunger issues, locally and abroad.
  • Community Garden - growing food for our neighbors
  • Green Team - caring for our earth
  • Knitting Ministry - stitches of faith and hope

Growing together

  • Adult Bible study and faith formation Sunday mornings
  • Walking Together Prayer Group
  • Book discussions
  • Current topic discussions
  • Racial Justice Ministry  being instruments of God's justice and compassion.  


  • Baptism - Begins our faith journey to start a new life in Christ. We baptize infants, children, youth, and adults on a regular basis so we hold preparation classes often.
  • Sunday School - age three to 6th grade youth learn the stories of the Bible and the meanings of our most important festivals and holidays. 
  • Worship Participation - youth are worship leaders, communion assistants, scripture readers, ushers, and musicians.  

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