Saint Paul's United Church of Christ
There are many ways to connect with St. Paul’s.
You might come to either of the worship services on Sunday mornings. The first, at 8:30a.m., is a pretty low-key and conversational service in the first-floor Chapel. The second, at 10:45a.m., includes a bit more liturgy and the choir, and it takes place in the upstairs Sanctuary. (Note that from Memorial Day weekend to the week after Labor Day, there is only one service at 9:30a.m. on Sunday mornings.)
You can try out the educational programs for all ages that take place primarily at 9:30a.m on Sunday mornings through the main church year, with occasional sessions and series at other times. In addition to lively and engaging programming for children and youth, there are two adult programs, one called Seekers that features open and wide-ranging conversation about relevant weekly themes, and the other called Eureka! which is engaged in progressive Bible study and is currently working on a video series called “How Jesus Became God” by Bart Ehrman.
You can join us on Thursday afternoons in Fellowship Hall to prepare and serve a free community meal for usually about 70-100 people who are homeless or otherwise struggling to make ends meet. Doors open by 10:30a.m. and the meal is served at noon. Similar opportunities exist to help serve meals at the local Women and Children’s Shelter or the Cold Weather Shelter.