Is church just a place you come to on Sundays because "your supposed to," or because you like the music, or to see your friends? Do you ever feel like it should be more? Then you need to join us for the 30-Day Church Challenge and discover how the church can help you reach your God-given potential and how together, we can change our community and the world! Don't miss this impactful series, beginning September 22, 2019—in fact, invite a friend to take the challenge too! We Dare You!
St Paul United Methodist Church will celebrate National Back to Church Sunday on September 15, 2019. This is a special service specifically designed to welcome people back to church, so now is a good time to start praying about who you will invite.
This year’s Back to Church Sunday theme is “Together”. This is the perfect opportunity to invite your friends, family, neighbors and coworkers to join you and grow deeper in their faith, or perhaps encounter God for the first time.
The sermon series will spiritually empower to hear God’s call on our lives. For those, who have not yet heard God’s call, the sermon series will help them to; through the Holy Spirit discern God’s call on their lives. Join in and bring a friend. This is a spiritual journey you won’t want to miss.
Want to experience Easter in a way that is new and full of hope for the future? Join us for this three week series starting on Easter Sunday, April 21, 2019 @11.00 am. Bring a friend. This is a life changing journey you won’t want to miss.
The season of Lent has often been a time when we think about “giving something up” - a holdover from its penitential flavor in the medieval church. But what if we thought less about “giving up” and more about “making room?” In this Lent series, we will find out what it really costs to be so busy. Let us reconnect to an unhurried God.
Come and join us for a deep breath experience. To practice making room, clearing out, slowing down, and prioritizing for the sake of holistic lives. To find balance between work, play, rest and reflection. Jesus calls his followers to more than just unbridled consumption or production. Rather, the Scripture sees our lives and bodies as gifts that should be nurtured.
Please come and join us for Worship followed by fellowship. The Church members are asked to bring home cooked meal for the Transfiguration fellowship. Particularly, food that you plan to abstain from as you observe Lent.