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Lenten Services and Important Dates

by Tiffany Nagel Monroe

Lent 2018 The season of Lent begins on Wednesday, February 14th with Ash Wednesday. Palm Sunday is March 25th. Holy Week is the week between Palm Sunday and Easter Sunday. During Holy Week we have specific services to recognize these holy days on our calendar. Maundy Thursday, March 29th – Remembrance of the Lord’s Supper […]

St. Paul’s Night at the Movies

by Tiffany Nagel Monroe

St. Paul’s will be going to the movies on Saturday, January 20th to see the movie the Greatest Showman before the new sermon series begins. If you’d like to join us, call the church office for movie time and ticket prices. Seen it already? Take in another showing with your church community!A New Sermon Series: […]

Advent and Christmas Services

by Tiffany Nagel Monroe

Join us this Advent season for worship at 10:45AM on Sundays. Below is a list of upcoming special events and services designed for people of all ages. Experience the season of Christmas at St. Paul’s! Thursday, November 30th – Hanging of the Greens 5:00PM – Decorating the Church for Advent 6:00PM – Cookie and Ornament […]

Blue Christmas: A Service of Hope and Healing

by Tiffany Nagel Monroe

A Blue Christmas service is a peaceful worship experience designed especially for those who struggle with joy during this season. Christmas can be a difficult season when we have recently faced change or loss due to: death, divorce, sickness, loss of employment, being away from loved ones, and tragic circumstances. Blue Christmas services provide an […]

Hanging of the Greens – November 30th

by Tiffany Nagel Monroe

Mark your calendars for Thursday, November 30th. At 6:30PM we will have a classic Hanging of the Greens service (30 minutes) in the sanctuary, followed by a chili supper in the fellowship hall. Hanging of the Greens is an opportunity to put up the tree, set out the Advent candles, assemble the nativity scene, hang […]

When Sorrows Roll – Pastor Tiffany

by Tiffany Nagel Monroe

Suffering is part of the human experience. As much as we’d like to and as much as we try, we cannot avoid suffering in our lives. M. Shawn Copeland writes in the book A Troubling in My Soul: Womanist Perspectives on Evil & Suffering, “suffering is universal, an inescapable fact of the human condition; it […]

Trunk or Treat – October 31st

by Tiffany Nagel Monroe

St. Paul’s is hosting a Trunk or Treat this Halloween from 5:30PM-7:00PM.Make a stop at St. Paul’s UMC part of your Halloween plans. Friendly faces, safe environment, and lots of candy!!!

Relief Efforts for Harvey – Support UMCOR

by Tiffany Nagel Monroe

UMCOR stands for the United Methodist Committee on Relief. UMCOR is supported by United Methodist churches and conferences around the country which allows for the use of 100% of everything donated to be given straight to those in need. Below are five tangible ways you can get involved in the Hurricane Harvey relief efforts. Stay […]