Upcoming Opportunities to Serve

Find Your Mission!

Members at Saint Mark UMC facilitate and participate in local and international missions. If you’re interested in joining a group or have an idea for a new area of outreach contact Secretary@SaintMarkNorthport.com.


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The Care Construction Ministry participates in local and international missions, by providing construction expertise and assistance. Locally they build wheelchair ramps and complete projects for accessibility. The Same Ten men’s small group are participants in the Care Construction Ministry and welcome anyone who would like to serve alongside them. This team also actively participates in our Honduras Missions and disaster recovery.

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One of the ways Saint Mark serves our surrounding community is through our Food Pantry.  To donate, become a client, or read our FAQs click below. 

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The Sarah Shoe Ministry provides shoes to our Food Pantry Clients. 

We need your gently used and outgrown shoes to continue supporting this ministry. We encourage you to leave your donation in the Welcome Center or contact Secretary@SaintMarkNorthport.com.

Frozen Food Ministry

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Meals On Wheels

  1. Do you have a car and are able to follow written driving directions?

  2. Do you have one hour a month to deliver hot nutritious lunch to the homes of elderly/handicapped person who are homebound or not able to cook?

    If yes, become a Saint Mark Meals-on-Wheels Volunteer!

    Contact Jo Nichols at 339-7122 to participate

Beds for Honduras

The ‘Beds for Honduras Project’ is a cooperative program between Christianaires Ministries of Northport, AL and The Church of God Social Ministries in Honduras, Central America, directed by Dr. Roman Cruz.  Dr. Cruz recently was guest speaker at the Annual Mission Banquet for Saint Mark United Methodist Church in July 2018...

Fabricating Love

The Fabricating Love Ministry creates pillowcase dresses to be distributed on missions by various groups. Recently 50 dresses were distributed to orphaned girls in Indonesia as well as to Honduras with the "Beds for Honduras" mission team.  

We are always looking for new members to help with our mission work, contact Sheree Miller for more information at 205-339-1842. 

Prayer Shawl Ministry

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“Shawls … They wrap, enfold, comfort, cover, give solace, mother, hug, shelter and beautify.”
— Janet Severi Bristow, 1998

There is a common misconception that prayer shawls are not made for happy and positive events. However, they can be as much a celebration of life as they can of loss. Any instance where the crafter is thinking of someone. In the words of the Prayer Shawl Ministry:

“Shawls can be used for: undergoing medical procedures; as a comfort after a loss or in times of stress; during bereavement; prayer or meditation; commitment or marriage ceremonies; birthing, nursing a baby; bridal shower or wedding gift; leading ritual; first menses or croning rites of passage; during an illness and recovery; ministering to others; graduation, birthday, anniversary, ordination, holiday gifts; or just socializing.”