Faith in Action
OUR MISSION…Faith In Action mission is to serve alongside those in need.  We strive to build relationships and share the love of Jesus.  The Faith in Action committee arranges service projects that give members of St. Paul opportunities to physically make an immediate and personal difference in people’s lives.
OUR PARTNERS… We are developing close relationships with local organizations like Family Promise, Good News Home for Women, Habitat for Humanity, Grow a Row, Flemington Food Pantry, Homeless Solutions Soup Kitchen and  Morristown Shelter Support,  Center for Student Missions (, Appalachia Service Project ( 
MISSION TRIPS…Faith in Action coordinates mission trips through their partners to reach people in need locally, regionally, nationally and internationally.
Our Newest Faith In Action Opportunity
(aka the “Little Food Pantry”)
This is just an example of what the “Little Food Pantry” will look like…ours is still being made.
“Little Food Pantry”
Our Ministry Partners
“Little Food Pantry”
City Service Mission (Formerly “Center for Student Missions”) is an opportunity for students to offer their time, energy and sweat to support these indigenous “ministry sites.” CSM plugs students and chaperones into a variety of hands-on ministry opportunities to ensure that the time in the city is spent supplying substantive help to God’s people in the city.
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barn-farmhouseGood News Home for Women

2019 GNH Fellowship & Giving Heart Award

 Good News Home for Women is a Christian residential program for women recovering from substance abuse. The 3rd Wednesday of every month is our night to provide “Creative Therapy” and we always need volunteers to teach a craft/skill/project that these 12 women can take away with them as a possible talent or simply a fun, loving memory. Sign up at the Welcome Desk in the lobby of the church or contact Karen Brooks at



Habitat for Humanity

Provides houses for those less fortunate here in Bridgewater, NJ.  H4H is a nonprofit, ecumenical Christian Ministry founded on the conviction that every man, woman and child should have a decent, safe and affordable place to live.

The Appalachia Service Project Mission Trip is scheduled on July 13-20, 2019. St. Paul joins 65+ teenagers (age 14+) and chaperones from local churches on this amazing, life-changing mission trip.  

ASP ( identifies families of greatest need and makes their homes warmer, safer, and drier. 

St. Paul members pay only a $150 deposit and the remaining $400 will be covered by St. Paul. 

If you enjoy working with your hands and are looking for a service opportunity you must attend a meeting at Lower Valley Presbyterian, Califon on Sunday 12/2/18 @ 1 p.m. or Saturday 1/5/19 @ 1 p.m.

If you have any questions contact Rob Blaszka at 908-310-2140 or

Flemington Food Pantry
Flemington Food Pantry

Hi Everyone at St. Paul,

The clients at the Flemington Area Food Pantry are very grateful for the supplemental food they receive.  Among some of the comments are:

“I don’t know what I would do without the food I get here.  Food stamps just aren’t enough.”

“Thanks so much for all this food.  It means a lot to me to be able to get good food for my family.  Someday I hope I can give back.  I’m in a bad way now.  Thank you.” client


 For more information about how you can put your “Faith In Action”
Contact Karen Brooks at
Family Promise
“Ways to serve on a mission without going away on a mission”baldwin-mom
The mission is to help homeless and low-income families achieve sustainable Independence through a community-based response.

Changing Lives…We have provided shelter, meals, and support services to more than 700,000 family members.

Keeping Families Together…We believe families should stay together—not be separated—during the most difficult times in their lives.

Achieving Success...More than 74% of the families we serve find housing in less than nine weeks because of our intensive case management and community support.

Engaging Volunteers…We mobilize more than 180,000 dedicated volunteers who make a tremendous difference in families’ lives—and in their communities.