Online Prayer Vigil

Our Virtual Prayer Vigil (Printable .pdf available here) To begin, center yourself. Sometime during each hour for the next six hours, pray as you are prompted on our Facebook page. set an alarm for the hour or the quarter hour or half hour wherever you are, pray for...

St. Paul’s COVID-19 Updates

St. Paul’s COVID-19 Updates Here are some of the ways you can connect and participate in ministry at St. Paul’s during this time of social distancing. We’re continuing to Love God and all others unconditionally, Seek answers to our questions, and...

Online Worship Guide

Online Worship Guide During this time of physical distancing we’re worshiping together on Facebook Live on Sundays at 10:00 a.m. Here are some resources to help you feel connected with your St. Paul’s family while you participate from home. Services are...

Prayer for a Pandemic

Prayer for a Pandemic May we who are merely inconvenienced Remember those whose lives are at stake. May we who have no risk factors Remember those most vulnerable. May we who have the luxury of working from home Remember those who must choose between Preserving their...

When a plan comes together

It’s nice when a plan comes together. We’re getting ready to launch a great fall, and it’s all coming together well. Jamie Turk is off to a great start organizing volunteers and launching a new approach to your kids’ Sunday morning experience. Starting September 9...

Who are we as Methodists?

Pastor Sandra Cox in the pulpit of New Room in Bristol, England, which was built by John Wesley in 1739. Where I grew up, when you met someone for the first time it was not uncommon to ask, “Where do your people come from?” As in, “Are you kin to the Jacksons from...