"Truely I tell you, just as you did it to one of the least of these who are members of my family, you did it to me." - Matthew 25:40
Jesus calls us to love our neighbors as ourselves. Our Outreach ministries identify areas of need in our local community and beyond where parishioners share their time, talents and treasure. As is so often the case, we discover we receive more than we give.
Each month there is an opportunity to volunteer at a local organization. We also have a collection each month for a local charity.
Every week, volunteers meet in the Cathedral kitchen to prepare meals for those who are home-bound and who are shut-ins, and then deliver them throughout Oklahoma City. Mobile Meals has been an treasured and meaningful part of the Cathedral outreach mission since 1979. The Cathedral's Outreach Committee subsidizes this ministry, and recipients who can afford to pay, are charged a…Read More »
St. Paul's is fortunate to have dedicated volunteers who serve as the Health Team ministry. The Health Team is dedicated to providing information and support regarding health issues, education, referrals, counseling and advocacy. The Health Team is focused on serving and representing the body of Christ by providing services that encourage/promote wellness of body, mind and spiri…Read More »
Changing the Lives of Children of Prisoners Everyday
The mission of this ministry is to break the cycle of generational incarceration through hope and opportunities for children of prisoners, many of whom become the first in their families to complete high school.
St. Paul's outreach in this area is at Mark Twain Elementary School in Oklahoma City.
This ministry offers clients five …Read More »
The Oakerhater Guild represents the Cathedral community in its partnership with the Oakerhater Center and Whirlwind Mission of the Holy Family in Watonga, Oklahoma. Additionally, the Oakerhater Guild offers an annual Vacation Bible School in Watonga for all children. The Guild also participates in the annual Oakerhater Honor Dance, held at the Oakerhater Center near the F…Read More »