Common Questions

St. Paul Community United Methodist Church welcomes all visitors and those looking for a church home! It is our hope that in the information on this page will answer any questions you may have and will help you feel more comfortable on your first visit. We invite you to look over the rest of the site to learn more about the life of St. Paul. If you have additional questions, would like to take a tour of the church, or would like to schedule a conversation with a pastor, please contact the church office.

What are you doing to help keep people healthy?

Through out the COVID pandemic, St. Paul has nimbly adjusted and taken steps to follow the best advice from our denomination, health authorities, and the government.  The safety of our community is at the forefront of our thoughts and efforts.  You can read our latest procedures and practices here.

What times are Sunday services?

We have one Sunday service each week at 10:00 am. The service lasts between sixty and seventy-five minutes. Holy Communion is celebrated during worship on the first Sunday of most months.

What is offered for my kids?

We are committed to providing a safe, fun, and nurturing environment to help the children of our community to grow in God’s love.  First,  know that children of every age are always welcome in our worship.  Giggles, squirms and shouts are received as joyful noises! 
In addition to worship, we offer programming for children from 6 months old through 12th grade. 
  • For children ages 6months – preschool, we offer nursery care where littles are free to explore & play.SPC Kids.
  • Worship is offered for students in Kindergarten through 5th grade with age appropriate faith lessons that include videos and music along with related games/activities.
  • SPC Students are for students in 6th through 12th grades who gather together on the1st through 3rd Sundays of every month.
During worship on the 4th and 5th Sundays of each month, students are invited to attend worship with their family in the sanctuary. Our student curriculum is faith based and relative to the lives of pre-teens & teenagers.
Not sure if you should bring the kids?  Here are reasons to take your family to church this Sunday.
For additional information, please contact the Kelly Getsay.

What should I wear?

St. Paul does not have a dress code, but most folks tend to dress up a bit for worship services. You will see everything from suites and dresses, to khakis and jeans, and even shorts on some of our youth. Most importantly, we want you to feel comfortable.

What time should I arrive?

We suggest that you plan to arrive a bit early to allow time to get your bearings and to check-in your children for Sunday Morning Programming. If you have time, enjoy the coffee and treats served near the worship space in the Front Parlor before and after services.