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Holy Week Services

by Shawnee St. Paul's

2019 Holy Week is being shared in Christian partnership with our sister churches, Broadway UMC in Tecumseh and Bethel UMC in Bethel. Please follow and like us:

Hallelujah Anyway by Rev. Dr. Tiffany A. Nagel Monroe

by Shawnee St. Paul's

A couple of days ago I was reading an article by Peter W. Marty, publisher of the Christian Century. He was writing about humility and how he feels that society, by in large, gets the concept of humility wrong. For the author, humility is not something we can gain by winning an award or achieving […]

Taking Time to Talk Theology by Tate Monroe

by Shawnee St. Paul's

The first month of Shawnee St. Paul’s newest fellowship and discipleship happening, Theology at Theopolis, is in the books. Not only have we had a variety of discussion topics to chew on, but we have a different assembly of faces and opinions each week! There have been those who return each week, those who have […]

Jefferson Elementary Mission Possible

by Shawnee St. Paul's

Since St. Paul’s adopted Jefferson Elementary as our mission school, great work has been done for the students, faculty, and teachers. Gloria Vandaveer and Patti Hillhouse are working in close mentoring relationships with students and classrooms. Kirk Hoster, Nancy Bryce, Sharron Bruton Pounds, Patti Hillhouse, and Tim Boyer have served as testing monitors. Several members […]

Add One by Tate Monroe

by Shawnee St. Paul's

In today’s culture we have made ourselves very busy. I’ve often heard people say “if I had to add one more thing…” It’s no wonder people have such a hard time relaxing. I hear more and more about the increase in stress and anxiety and much of it is related to our over scheduled calendars. […]

Be the Village, Part II by Tim Boyer

by Shawnee St. Paul's

In my last blog I started a series titled, Be the Village.  The blog post was about how we have people who impact our lives from a very young age. I gave you some insight about two very special women, Margaret Montgomery and my Grandma Boyer, and how they were transformational to me in my […]

Forecasts and Padlocks by Tate Monroe

by Shawnee St. Paul's

Take a while to think about the repercussions having to shut our doors would have. How would it affect you, your family, and the neighborhood? What if our doors were open, but there wasn’t much going on inside?  There was a bit of a strange feeling at Shawnee St. Paul’s one Sunday morning a few […]

Be the Village by Tim Boyer

by Shawnee St. Paul's

There are very few people from my childhood that I would embrace today, however, two people who stand out to me are my extravagant, love-focused Grandma Boyer and a gentle, authentic woman by the name of Margaret Montgomery. Both of these women showed me many things. One was the importance of having loving and caring […]

Theology at Theopolis

by Shawnee St. Paul's

Theology at Theopolis is a fresh take on sharing faith in a social way outside of the building. Every Thursday at 7PM you can find us on the patio at Theopolis Social Club at 419 E. Main in downtown Shawnee. There is no better way to dialogue about theology, social issues, scripture, and culture, than […]

St. Paul’s Launches New Young Adult App

by Shawnee St. Paul's

Young adults ages 18 – 25 are invited to participate in YAPPS which stands for Young Adults and Appetizers or Apps. Once a month, young St. Paul’s adults from across the state meet at a restaurant for conversation and appetizers. YAPPS also has an app for your phone to keep you connected as a small […]