Posts from March 2016

Pastor’s April 2016 Article

Easter was quite a celebration! The Resurrection changes everything! Resurrection brings new hope and a new beginning. Creation started in the Garden of Eden, and new creation started in a garden when Jesus rose from the dead. The story of the Resurrection doesn’t stop with the news that Jesus is a life. The story of…

Mission of the Month for April

The Food Pantry of Monroe County United Ministries (MCUM) is our mission project for the month of April. You may donate financially to MCUM by marking the “Monthly Mission” line on the mission envelopes found in the pew rack at church or you may donate non-perishable food items by placing them in the blue bin…

Children’s Sunday School ~ Perseverance!

Hangin’ Tough – Perseverance This month in Children’s Sunday School we’ll spend most of our time in the book of Hebrews where we’ll discover what the Bible says about perseverance. Perseverance is refusing to give up when life gets hard. When it comes down to it, we have all experienced things that we would have…

Many Thanks from the St. Paul Youth

A HUGE thanks to all who helped with the Easter celebrations at St. Paul. What better way to celebrate the love that Christ showed us than by working together to share that love with those who joined us at church on Easter. It was so wonderful to see everyone working together to make the breakfast,…

Health Ministry Team hosts Health Fair!

Mark your calendars for the Health Fair scheduled for Sunday, April 24 from 10-11:00 a.m. between the worship services. Again we will have lots of information provided by numerous vendors. Representatives from the YMCA, Fire Dept., Comfort Keepers, Southern Care Hospice, along with information concerning legal issues/elder care, pharmacist, optometrist, dietitian, and CPR information. We…

Adult Church Classes

The 10 o’clock classes offered on Sunday mornings are a growing and vibrant way to meet and connect with other believers at St. Paul. There are a number of adult classes that cover a wide range of topics designed to deepen your faith and discipleship. You do not need to be a member of St.…

Fellowship Class

This fellowship-based class reaches to the heart of what it means to follow Christ by lifting one another up in prayer and support. Led by Randi Miller, we welcome all adults, young or otherwise, to join us as we spend time together listening and supporting one another and studying God’s Word. Currently, we are doing…

320 Class

Life may leave you feeling like you are at your wit’s end, but God’s word has a refreshing truth that will give you hope and renew your spirit. Co-led by Nancy Koi and Betsy Helton, this class is a mixed-age group of people who engage in honest discussions of how God is calling us to…

Gathering Class

Using a continual study called The Wired Word, this class applies study and scripture to current events. Led by Lee Carmichael, lessons deal with a topic that has been in the news over the past 2 to 10 days. Whether it’s the hostility in the current U.S. election or the European dilemma over Syrian refugees,…

Coffee Shop Class

All are welcome to join us in the fellowship of the Coffee Shop Class! We are a group made up of all ages sharing in the reading and conversation about God’s word as well as how it applies to our lives today. Activity and discussion in the class is natural and open to each person’s…