Did You Miss The Service?
Our services are semi-traditional, with some contemporary elements woven in. We sing, hear a culturally relevant message, and participate in worship. This is a place to grow, worship, question, and participate.
Ministries at St. Paul’s are the way we reach out and connect to each other, to the congregation, and the community. This is how we build connection and invite people to gather around shared passions, prayer, interests, and more!
Who We Are
We are a friendly, welcoming, and relational church that celebrates diversity. We are forging new pathways of ministry into our surrounding community
Ministries at St. Paul’s are how we reach out and connect to each other, and the community. How we invite people to gather around shared passions, prayer, interests, and more!
Zoom Fellowship: 10am
Worship Service: 10:30am
We currently offer an interactive hybrid service
using Zoom and in-person worship.
Our gatherings focus on three things:
Prayer and Praise
Service To Our Community
Love and Care of Others
The Latest News & Updates
Hello From Our New Pastor
Hello from Berlin, Germany! When you are reading this, my wife, baby, two pups and I will be busily packing up boxes from our life in Berlin. I moved here five years ago, taking a leave of absence from the world of the church, to pursue healing and love. You will...
Worldwide Choir Offers Easter Hymn
A new video features the voices of hundreds of Christians singing Charles Wesley’s beloved Easter hymn “Christ the Lord Is Risen Today.” Churches can use it on Easter Sunday and throughout the Easter season. Individuals and families can view and share it as they...
Native American Ministries Sunday
Third of Six Special Sundays - April 23, 2023 Native American MinistriesSunday serves to remind United Methodists of the gifts and contributions madeby Native Americans to our society. Withmore than 20,000 Native Americans within the denomination, this special...
OUr Mission & Vision
At St. Paul’s We Believe We Are One People – God’s People
We pray that, by living out our call to love and accept all people, our community will be a blessing to each of its participants, to the wider community, and to our world so that we can truly state with conviction that Love of God and Neighbor Starts Here.
It is also important that you know that we are a Reconciling Congregation. We believe that all people are children of God and that God’s acceptance, grace, and love are available to everyone. We declare ourselves to be a faith community intent upon reconciling all God’s people into one community of faith; we are one people – God’s people.
Pastor Marshall Wattman-Turner
March 26, 2023
Lots of Ways to Get Involved.
Prayers & Squares