Hands of St. Matthew's

The Hands of St. Matthew's is a missionary outreach ministry of the St. Matthew's Stewardship Committee for our fellow parishioners and neighbors.

Service include, but are not limited to:

  • Changing a light bulb
  • Basic IT support
  • Minor to medium hard plumbing, carpentry, or electrical work
  • Cleaning homes
  • Grocery shopping
  • Yard clean up
  • Move furniture
  • Removal of old items
  • Or call with an idea

THERE IS NO COST FOR OUR SERVICES. THE PARISH COVERS ANY EXPENSES WE MIGHT INCUR.

If you would like to join us in our one day missionary work as a volunteer, please contact Liz Holmes or Julie Snow at the email or phone number below. We are always looking for more servants to our neighbors

We would request that only adults over the age of 18 come forward and also be willing to be fingerprinted and background checked. No special skills required. Everyone has something to offer our fellow parishioners and neighbors.

Contact information:

[email protected] or call the church office at 904-388-8698

Hands of St. Matthew's Project Request

1 = Super Easy (inside cleaning, small indoor/outdoor project)
2 = Somewhat Involved (Lawn cutting, weed eating, small power tools)
3 = Super Involved (Large carpentry tools, flooring/tile replacement, painting)
Any project with a level 3 will require a VERY well qualified volunteer or professional to coordinate all aspects of project.


Once our volunteers review your request, the will submit it for approval to the Committee Chair and Fr. Jose. Once both parties sign off, one of our volunteers will reach out to you to coordinate setup. If you have any other questions, please email [email protected] Thank you and God Bless.

 
 

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