8:30 am - Blended-Traditional Service
This service provides a familiar feel of worship, using a mix of songs and traditional hymns in an easy to follow liturgy. We gather in the church to learn about God’s powerful love for us in Jesus.
9:45 am – Sunday School & Adult Bible Studies
Christian education is always your BEST investment towards a life of knowing God personally and rubbing shoulders with God’s family! Being filled with Biblical truths is time well-spent and it prepares you for successful, godly living.
11:00 am - Contemporary Service
Our Worship Celebration service is filled with both modern and contemporary Christian music, led by a Praise Team with worship presented on both a large screen and printed in the bulletin. Join us for meaningful praise in the church.
7:00 pm - Monday Blended-Traditional Service
If you find yourself BUSY or OUT of TOWN on Sunday, this shortened service invites you to enjoy the familiar feel of a Blended-Traditional worship, using a mix of songs and traditional hymns in an easy to follow liturgy. Monday services are offered bewteen Labor Day and Memorial Day. During Advent and Lent there are no Monday services, please join us instead on Wednesday nights.
Holy Communion is offered as follows:
- 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 5th Sundays at the 8:30am Blended-Traditional Service
- 1st, 3rd and 5th Sundays at the 11am Contemporary Service
- Monday communion follows the 11am schedule of the previous Sunday.
Do I have to be a member to attend or get involved?
Certainly not. The doors for worship are open to everyone who wishes to enter God's house and receive His gifts. You will find all types of people joining us in worship on any given week and you can expect to be most welcomed when you arrive.
To get involved at St. Paul doesn't require any membership either. There are countless ways to volunteer and find a place to use your God-given talents here.
Why should I become a member?
Becoming a member at St. Paul is not like becoming a member at a country club or some exclusive gathering place where all the benefits and privileges are held back til you pay your dues. At St. Paul you receive the best of all gifts right up front from God the moment you set foot in worship.
The benefit of becoming a member is it means you have confessed before God and your fellow brothers and sisters that you believe in Jesus Christ as Lord. It means you've learned the Christian faith. It means you've chosen to be committed to the Christian faith as well to this body of Christian believers and desire to help in ways that God has laid on your heart.
Becoming a member also means you see a "Life beyond the pew" and wish to join us in service to God's kingdom through opportunities of ministry in this congregation. It is a fantastic way to appreciate and share the blessings God has given you in your life.
How should I dress for worship?
You will find people dressed in all sorts of fashions on any given week. You will find some dressed with their "Sunday best" and others dressed casual. Many see this as an opportunity to honor and respect God in His house by wearing something special they don't normally wear during the rest of the week.
Why should I come to worship?
Worship is really about two things. First, it is where God has promised to meet us and bestow upon us His most precious gifts. We understand from the Bible that where the Word of God is shared the Holy Spirit is at work in people's hearts. There are aspects of worship that you just will not find in the other 167 hours of the week. And second, worship is about our response to God's gifts given. Worship is about singing praises and giving thanks to God because of what He has done for us in Jesus. Make no mistake. You can never find a greater gift than forgiveness!
We emphasize frequent and regular attendance in worship, not because it benefits us as a congregation, but because it is what benefits us as individuals. Being in God's Word and in His house on a regular basis is how our faith grows even stronger and God empowers us to withstand the temptations and the trials of this life. In a way, its like "food for our soul." You may go a few hours, possibly even a few days, without food for your tummy and you can get by. But you will be hungry! Likewise, you may be able to go a few weeks without "feeding your soul" in worship, yet your faith, your soul, will be so desperately hungry for God and His Word.