Supported Local Missions


St. Paul’s United Church of Christ proudly supports these local missions:


Habitat for Humanity of Evansville

The mission of Habitat for Humanity of Evansville is to bring people together to build homes, communities, and hope.  Habitat for Humanity’s Vision is for a world where everyone has a decent place to live.

For more information, refer to the website for Habitat for Humanity of  Evansville:


House of Bread and Peace

The mission of the House of Bread and Peace is to provide for the basic needs of homeless women and their children while assisting them in becoming self-sufficient.

For more information, refer to the website for the House of Bread and Peace:


Lucas Place

Lucas Place is a 20-unit permanent-supportive housing complex for homeless families. Guided by the Housing First Model, families are provided with individualized supportive services that are aimed at helping each family achieve stability. An on-site case manager is available to assist residents as they work toward a self-determined goal.



United Caring Services

United Caring Services is committed to creating a community of caring that will break the cycle of poverty and homelessness. UCS champions those who are marginalized, and UCS empowers them to lead hopeful, productive lives. UCS was founded in 1991, and it offers a variety of programs such as a day shelter, night shelter, women’s shelter, and transitional housing.

For more information, refer to the website for United Caring Services:


United Family Counseling Services

United Family Counseling Services provides affordable counseling services to the poor and underserved people of our community. Two well-trained and licensed clinical social workers provide exceptional counseling to those persons looking for professional and non-judgmental assistance. UFCS is in office space donated by St. Lucas United Church of Christ, which is located at 33 W Virginia Street in Evansville.



Weekday Christian Education

Weekday Christian Education partners with 22 schools in the Evansville-Vanderburgh School Corporation and Joshua Academy to offer weekly Christian education classes to all third and fourth grade students. Roughly 3,500 students are invited to take part in these classes each year, and around 27-30% of those invited choose to participate with parental permission.

For more information, refer to the website for Weekday Christian Education: