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What’s Happening at St. Paul’s?

Coronavirus Update: 3.17.2020

by Shawnee St. Paul's

Beloved Church Members and Friends: In consultation with our Leadership Board, taking into consideration the recommendations of the CDC and the expectations of our Bishop, St. Paul’s will extend its closure. It is a with a heavy heart that your leadership and I have had to make hard decisions none of us could have predicted […]

Amazon – Give Back to St. Paul’s When You Shop Online

by Shawnee St. Paul's

Did you know your purchases can make a difference? AmazonSmile donates to St. Paul’s Methodist Church when you do your online shopping. While you shop from home these next months, make your impact double by supporting the missions of St. Paul’s. Make smile.amazon.com your default favorite for Amazon shopping. CLICK HERE TO GO TO AMAZON […]

Message from Pastor Tiffany – Coronavirus Update 3.14.2020

by Shawnee St. Paul's

UPDATE Published: March 14, 2020 Message from Pastor Tiffany Beloved Church Members and Friends: As promised, your Leadership Team has been in communication with one another and working hard to prayerfully discern the best actions to take for our congregation. We are a multi-generational congregational faith community with diverse circumstances and needs. We recognize the […]

How You Can Lead Well through the Pandemic

by Shawnee St. Paul's

Church, as we welcome Lent, spring, and the beauties of this Good Earth, this year we face a new challenge! We have a Pandemic Viral Infection to challenge our intelligence and ability to cope. But we can rise to the occasion by making positive changes in our personal environment and our world. We plan to […]

Coronavirus Information

by Shawnee St. Paul's

How St. Paul’s is Responding and What You Need to Know Published: March 12, 2020 St. Paul’s United Methodist Church is proactively taking measures to care for our congregation during the Coronavirus pandemic. While no one in our congregation or on our ministry team has been diagnosed with COVID-19, we are monitoring global, federal, state, […]

The Grace of Les Miserables – Lenten Study

by Shawnee St. Paul's

Our Lenten study for 2020 brings us face-to-face with Victor Hugo and Jesus. How can the writer of one of the greatest novels of the 19th century help us better understand the journey of Christ? The Grace of Les Miserables will confront justice, poverty, freedom, and love. What kind of revolution is the Holy Spirit […]

Lent is a Knowing

by Shawnee St. Paul's

We are about to embark on a very special and sacred time of year. Lent is a liturgical season. It is 40 days of repentance, contemplation, fasting, prayer, and renewal. In 2011, I traveled to the Holy Land with the first church I served. There, I experienced the stories of Jesus from the pages of […]

Ash Wednesday Services 2020

by Shawnee St. Paul's

Join us next Wednesday, February 26th, for the beginning to the season of Lent. Two come-and-go prayer services will be available at 7:00AM and Noon. At 7:00PM, we invite you to join us for Ash Wednesday worship. Communion and ashes will be available at all services. All are welcome and invited, including participation at the […]

And We’re Glad You Were Born by Pastor Tiffany

by Shawnee St. Paul's

In 1988, during the peak of L.A. gang violence, Jesuit priest Father Gregory Boyle responded to the epidemic with a revolutionary act of love. He chose to see the gang members as children of God. Boyle served the small congregation of Delores Mission in Los Angeles county. Circled by rival gangs, Delores Mission began with […]

New Sermon Series Based on the Works of Henri Nouwen

by Shawnee St. Paul's

“When I trust deeply that today God is truly with me and holds me safe in a divine embrace, guiding every one of my steps I can let go of my anxious need to know how tomorrow will look, or what will happen next month or next year. I can be fully where I am […]