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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FREE Outdoor Paint a Pumpkin Family Event

Join us for our FREE  Paint A Pumpkin event on October 23rd from 10:00-11:30 a.m., in our parking lot.
At 10:00 a.m., the fun will start with a magic show, then your young artist will be invited to paint their own pumpkin and receive a fun creation from our balloon artist.  This is a family event.  A parent/guardian is required to stay with their young person for the entirety of the event. We look forward to seeing you on October 23rd!
Please register today to reserve your spot! 

Coping with COVID

“Coping With COVID” is the title of an interactive virtual workshop scheduled for 5-6 PM Sunday, Oct. 17, focusing on mental health and anxiety during the global pandemic.

See Everything From St. Paul Posted to Facebook

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Help Wanted – Traditional and Contemporary Worship, Audio/Visual Technician

We are hiring!  St. Paul is looking to fill three worship related jobs.  There is a Director of Worship Arts and Traditional Worship (2o hours a week), a Coordinator of Contemporary Worship (8-10 hours a week), and Audio/Visual Multi Media Technician job.  If you are interested please contact us.  If you might know someone who would be a good fit, please pass this on to them!  Read more for descriptions and how to apply.

woman and children showing craft project

June DIY mini-Art Camp A Success

woman and children showing craft project

Much to the delight of our youngest neighbors, their parents, and even St. Paul volunteers, cicadas were flying all over Fellowship Hall during the recent DIY mini-Art Camp. Don’t worry though, there wasn’t an invasion from the trees outside, these cicadas were works of art created by our guests.

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