Community Involvement

Clyde Food Bank

We collect items for for donation to the community as well as do a peanut butter drive. Also, the Women of the Church also buy winter coats to donate.

Clyde Ministerial Association

St. Paul Lutheran and its pastor cooperate with the Clyde Ministerial Association. The Ministerial Association is open to any church organization in the city of Clyde and surrounding communities.

The following is a list of some of the meetings, events and activities sponsored by the Clyde Ministerial Association.

  • Community Thanksgiving Service
  • Lenten Luncheons
  • Community Good Friday Service
  • Summer Vacation Bible School
  • Monthly Clergy meetings
  • Support for the Clyde Community Food Bank
  • Annual High School Baccalaureate Service
  • Other Activities and services as the need arises

Services Offered


Meeting Days/Time: Thursdays at 8:00 PM Contact Info: Diane (419) 547-0407

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