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Becoming a Welcoming Church – New Study Starts April 22

Pastor David Wells will a six-week study based on the book by Thom Rainier,“Becoming a Welcoming Church”.

The study will begin Sunday, April 22nd @ 11:15 AM. This discussion-oriented process is open to everyone who is searching for hospitable ways to introduce the gospel to newcomers.



Can love and hate co-exist?

Recently, I was read in to a conversation between a husband and wife. During a gathering at the home of the wife’s father and mother, a few coarse words were spoken.

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Seder Meal March 20, 2018 6:30 pm

Join us on Holy Thursday, March 29, at 6:30 PM as we celebrate and remember the Passover night when God rescued the Children of Israel from slavery in Egypt.


New Worship Time 10:00 AM Beginning Easter Sunday, April 1 2018

Starting on Easter Sunday, April 1, 2018 worship will begin each week at 10:00 AM.  This change is a result of our recent congregational surveys and is designed to allow more members to attend more regularly.  


St. Paul Presents – The Musicians of St. Paul, April 29, 2018 3PM

The Chancel Choir, accompanied by the St. Paul Praise Band and full orchestra, will present the cantata, 
Amazing Love How Can it Be by Russel Mauldin.  This music reflects, through song and dramatic narration, on the the ultimate sacrifice Jesus paid and celebrates freedom through God’s amazing love.  Also featured on the program will be; Organist, Julie Shelton, the St. Paul Handbell Choir and vocal selections from St. Paul’s four Scholarship Singers.
 
They will be performing in the sanctuary of St. Paul Community United Methodist Church on Sunday, April 29, 2018, at 3:00 PM.  St. Paul is located at 8221 Maimi Road in Madeira, Ohio.


What should we do about guns?

I have steered clear from the debate on gun control for most of my ministry career.  My reason for doing so lies with the ambivalent stance that the Scriptures have on the use of violence.  The Old Testament is filled with stories of Israel waging war against its enemies.  In many cases, God grants His people permission to engage in battle, if not to give them a direct command to take such action.


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