Shawls of Hope

Alcoholics Anonymous

These men and women share their experience, strength, and hope with each other, that they may solve their common challenges and help others to recover from alcoholism. AA Meetings are Wednesdays from 8:30pm to 9:30pm in the St. Michael Building.

Laine Melendy

aa@stpaulchurch.com

Bereavement Support Group

The purpose of this ministry is to provide support to individuals who are experiencing grief through the death of a loved one. The Church calls each member of Christ’s body to participate in the ministry of consolation to care for the dying and to comfort all who mourn. Our Lord is the example of comfort […]

Conversational Spanish

Learn how to speak Spanish! The Conversational Spanish Ministry meets every Tuesday in the Parish Center, Room C, at 7:30pm.

Divorced and Separated Support Group

Are you separated from your spouse, going through a divorce or been divorced?  Don’t try to navigate those waters alone!  The Divorced and Separated Support Group meets at 7:30pm every Friday in the Parish Center, Room C.  This ministry provides a place for men and women to meet and share experiences. No fees, no costs.  For […]

Home Makers of Hope

Providing basic essential furnishings and household items to families struggling with poverty. For families facing insufferable hardships and those transitioning out of homelessness, very little money is left after paying for food, rent, and utilities. Many families are then forced to live without basic household furnishing that most of us take for granted. Home Makers […]

Human Trafficking (SOS)

This ministry deals with minors up to 17 years of age that have been lured into sex trafficking. To give you an overview of our mission for this ministry, we are committed to helping these girls and boys get rescued and working with other agencies to put their traffickers behind bars. We have documentaries and […]

Jamaica Mission

Our former pastor, Fr. Bill Swengros, visited the Missionary of the Poor in Kingston, Jamaica in 2017. After his visit, a group of parishioners showed interest in continuing this beautiful mission to the poorest of the poor and have organized an annual trip every January.  If you are interested in being part of this wonderful […]

Legal Consultation

We offer a legal consultation and referral service on Mondays with lawyers Stan Musial and George Melendez by appointment only. Call the Parish Office at (813) 961-3023 and ask for Brian to make an appointment.

Migrant Farm Workers

We minister to the migrant farm workers in the Plant City area, providing them with food, clothing, and various forms of material and spiritual help through St. Clement Parish.

Narcotics Anonymous

If you or someone you care for has been affected by drug addiction, you have likely heard of Narcotics Anonymous (NA) meetings. You may be wondering if 12-step programs like this work or if NA could work for someone like you. We come together on Tuesdays at 6:30pm in the Saint Michael Building on the […]

Partners in Prayer

We connect prayer intentions with Pray-ers!  Please e-mail your prayer request to: partnersinprayer@stpaulchurch.com Requests will be forwarded anonymously to people committed to say a prayer for your intention.  If you would like to become a prayer partner, email the same address.

Respect Life

The Respect Life Ministry is open to all parishioners who are passionate about respect life issues such as caring for our aging and elderly, marriage and family, abortion, capital punishment, immigration, and help for the homeless. We strive to reach out to the community as well as bring awareness to and encourage our parish to […]

Shawls of Hope

The Shawls of Hope Ministry will meets on the second and fourth Fridays from 10:00am to 11:00pm in the Parish Center. All knitters and crocheters are welcome!

St. Francis of Assisi

The St. Francis of Assisi Ministry at St. Paul Catholic Church was founded by Parochial Vicar, Father Bob Romaine and parishioners Tina Bubb and Kevin Bischoff.  The initial intent of the ministry was to host a Mass for those who have lost a pet.  The first Mass regarding this intention was held on Friday, July […]

St. Vincent de Paul Society

Spiritual formation and ministry training enable members to serve the poor within our parish boundaries, providing food from the Parish Pantry, financial aid, and referrals to community social service agencies. We are always in need of food donations from our parishioners. Some good items are pasta and sauces, canned meats, peanut butter and crackers, hearty […]