Mary's Room Hours

Monday 1pm - 2:30 pm 

Wednesday 5 pm - 6:30 pm

Friday 10:30 am - 12 noon

Mary's Room - Starting June 2nd, 2021

Starting June 2nd, 2021, Mary's Room will be open to the public.  See below our updated hours.

---->  Face coverings will be required! 

---->  We will ask that you sanitize your hands before browsing. 

Donations may be dropped off during Mary's Room hours. 

---> Please come in BEFORE unloading your donation and speak to the Mary's Room volunteer.  

Enter St. Paul's church at the handicap entrance on Spring Street.

Mary's Room Wish List


We welcome all donations (monitary or gentle used items).  We are always in need of the following:

  • Diapers (size 2-5 ~ sizes 4, 5, 6 used most)

  • Wipes - Unscented preferred

  • Kid Clothing (sizes Infant - 3T)

  • Toys and AA Batteries (for the toys)

  • Books

  • any other baby items

Not needed at this time:

Large Items: car seats, pack 'n plays, strollers, baby bath tubs, furniture, car seats, strollers, etc.


Donations for Mary's Room are always welcome during office hours.


For more information, please visit Mary's Room at or check out the site right below.

Mary's Room is a ministry of St. Paul's church in which members and volunteers help families who have young children, newborns to two years of age. Mary's Room provides diapers, clothing, car seats and other items. Mary's Room grew out of the need to create a program for the most needy in Watertown, WI.

Other Outreach Programs

Loaves and Fishes is a free meal offered to the community at the Watertown Moravian Church. We want to feed people physically, emotionally, relationally and spiritually. We provide a hot, healthy meal and fellowship to those who are facing financial difficulties, to those who enjoy sharing a meal with others and to anyone for any reason that brings them in the door. The meal is served every Monday, except holidays, from 5:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. at the Watertown Moravian Church, 510 Cole Street, Watertown.  

See more at:

St. Paul’s is part of the Shared Mission Group of nine churches in the city.  We are currently serving 97 kids. Collecting:  16-oz can size of peaches, pears, mandarin oranges, and pineapple chunks.  We always need fruit!  


We also run SOS or Save our Students, which is a brief mission during June, July and August where each church collects school supplies and then they are distributed to all families in need right before school starts.  


Click here for more information on the programs.

Click here for a School Supplies Needed List.

Who is required to take the training?  St. Paul's Staff, St. Paul's Vestry, volunteers who work with or interact with children including Mary's Room, youth group, and Sunday School.  

Click HERE for Model Policies for the Protection of Children and Youth from Abuse PDF.

Go online to register at: 


Serving a wide range of people from elderly, to singles, to young families. It is a meal of fellowship for the community. The joy of Bread and Roses is that all are welcome.


There is no sign-up nor sign-in sheet. Just come to the 10th Street entrance of Immanuel Lutheran Church, go down the elevator or stairway to the hallway which leads to the Fellowship Hall, find an empty chair at the table, and enjoy the delicious home cooked food.


There is never a request for donation from meal participants. For more details and to read about the history of how it was started at St. Paul's see:


What is our Vision? To provide a safe environment, demonstrating love, hope and encouragement to all who stay.

What is our mission? The Haus of Peace cultivates independence and helps provide solutions for our guests in times of housing crisis by walking with them on their path and helping them with decisions that will create a more secure future for them
and their families.


For more information contact us at