What can I expect when I visit?
No matter what your age, no matter where you come from, no matter who you are, there is a place for you at St. Paul’s UCC. You’ll meet a great mix of friendly people, hear relevant messages, enjoy compelling programs and much more. Come as you are, be who you are. We’ve got a seat saved for you.
Feel free to enter from either the main entrance on South Whiteoak Street or the Lambert Alley door. Deacons and greeters will be happy to show you where to find coat racks, bathrooms, the Visitor Registry, or anything else you may need.
What about my children?
Children are enjoyed and welcomed at St. Paul’s. Our church school meets from 9:00 AM to 10:00 AM (September through May), allowing time for families to reunite for the worship service. We provide the youngest children with Activity Bags to keep them quietly occupied. Pastor Jack has a regular short Children’s Message during the worship service that often ends with a little treat. If you prefer, supervised child care by certified volunteers is available during worship. Please ask a deacon to assist you in finding a nursery volunteer to care for your children.
I feel at home at St. Paul’s. How can I become more involved?
Involvement is the best way to get to know the people of St. Paul’s. We have many fellowship opportunities and classes for spiritual sharing and growth. Please speak with Pastor Jack or, if you prefer, fill out a Visitors Card, found in the pew racks, and place it in the collection plate.