Posts by Shawnee St. Paul’s

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CREATION: July Virtual VBS

by Shawnee St. Paul's

Shawnee St. Paul’s Presents CREATION: A Virtual VBS Virtual Vacation Bible School welcomes your children to CREATION, an exploration of all the wonders that God has created.    Bible lessons, memory scriptures, crafts, music, snacks, and more. VBS packets with materials will be delivered to your home prior to start.   July VBS: July 27th […]

Message of Encouragement from Pastor Tiffany

by Shawnee St. Paul's

Greetings in the name of Jesus Christ: I remember so clearly a day back in February when the church office was buzzing. It was a Tuesday, which meant that Betty Presley and Susan Conkling were our office volunteers for the day. I stopped at the volunteer desk to visit for a moment and Susan was […]

What?! A Virtual VBS?

by Shawnee St. Paul's

by Tim Boyer A long time ago, in the year of 2020, before the Sahara Dust Storm, before Murder Hornets, before  a 4-month long quarantine with a worldwide pandemic, before the unknowns of Spring Break, and before we ever heard of Social Distancing it was…January. January 2020. It seems so long ago that I was […]

July Sunday Night Study – Starts July 5th Online

by Shawnee St. Paul's

Join us for a Sunday night study with Adam Hamilton’s book Half Truths: God Helps Those Who Help Themselves and Other Things the Bible Doesn’t Say. This study will pair directly with our July sermon series, That’s So Cliché. Sunday Nights July 5th – July 26th 6:00PM on Zoom Together, we will confront the great […]

July Sermon Series: That’s So Cliche

by Shawnee St. Paul's

On July 5th, we will begin a new sermon series focused on the five specific cliches that are often used by Christians. What does the Word of God actually say about these thoughts? Do these common sayings represent good or bad theology? Are we doing harm or good when we say these things to ourselves […]

Dismantling Racism: A Service of Lament

by Shawnee St. Paul's

The following information is taken directly from: As part of The United Methodist Church’s Dismantling Racism: Pressing On To Freedom initiative, church leaders conduct a service of lament, inviting United Methodists across the connection to join in a time of repentance, communion and commitment as the church examines racial injustice. Martyrs to racism During the […]

Growing in Faith with OKVIM

by Shawnee St. Paul's

OKVIM, or Oklahoma United Methodist Volunteers in Mission, invites you to a new opportunity to learn together! Branching Out: Growing in Faith Through Service. Each month on the 1st and 3rd Thursday OKVIM will dive into a topic where we can learn from each other.  For July, the topic is Young Adults. On July 2 […]

Dismantling Racism: A United Methodist Initiative

by Shawnee St. Paul's

Dismantling Racism: Pressing on to Freedom Bishops’ Announcement – Friday, June 19, to coincide with Juneteenth United Methodist bishops have announced the launch of a multi-level effort throughout the church to initiate a sustained and coordinated effort to dismantle racism and promote collective action to work toward racial justice. Dismantling Racism: A Service of Lament Wednesday, […]

Home Delivery of Communion

by Shawnee St. Paul's

We have ordered Fellowship Cups to best serve our community members! For many, it’s easy to find communion elements at home and share in communion every Sunday on Facebook. For others, online access is not an option. We want to reach those community members who are unable to join us online on Sunday mornings and […]