FREE Family DIY Ornament Workshop

Saturday, December 11, 2021

This is a chance for the each member of the family to make an ornament – kids through adults! Gift wrapping stations will be available in case you are making the ornament for someone else.


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Respond to God’s Love – Make an Estimate of Giving for 2022

As we continue to explore gratitude and generosity, St. Paul invites you to make an estimate of your giving for 2022. Despite the hardships of the pandemic, the ministry of our congregation has thrived. This ministry was made possible by the generous contributions by people like you.

In person worshipers on November 14 will receive a paper estimate of giving card. You may choose to complete it and return it to the church or share your estimate on the form below.

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Refugees from Afghanistan Coming to Cincinnati

Refugees from Afghanistan and other parts of the world are expected to arrive in Cincinnati over the coming months. Catholic Charities of Southwest Ohio, who worked with us to welcome the Gebremariams to The Inn at St. Paul, is the agency preparing to welcome them and they need help. If you are interested getting involved, if you have a rental property you might be willing to lease to a refugee, or if you might be interested in mentoring a youth refugee (aged 15-24) check out their newsletter (https://www.stpaulcumc.org/hp_wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2021/09/RRS-Fall-2021-Call-to-Action.pdf) below or visit their website: https://www.ccswoh.org/.



See Everything From St. Paul Posted to Facebook

Make sure you never miss a post from the church on Facebook by following these steps.
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Corona Virus Procedure Updates

In response to recommendations by the CDC, the lifting of all health orders in our state, and the availability and effectiveness of vaccines, St. Paul is again adjusting it’s procedures to maximize ministry while also working to keep everyone safe.  Read more for details.


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Reasons to take your family to church this Sunday

With everything going on, why would you take your family to church this Sunday?  If you have a family then I’m going to guess that your life is busy. Really busy. If your children are young, simply caring for them takes up a huge amount of your time. If your children are a bit older I bet your days are filled with their activities. Read more…