Presently online every Sunday at 10:00 A.M.
Below you will find some information that may be helpful for you should you be considering to visit us. Everyone is welcome!
Like newborn babies, crave pure spiritual milk, so that by it you may grow up in your salvation, now that you have tasted that the Lord is good. –
The worship sanctuary is equipped with a hearing assistance system for the hard of hearing. Please see an usher for any help you may need.
Frequently Asked QUESTIONS
When is your worship service?
From September – May we offer two services on Sundays at 9 A.M. and 10:30 A.M.
Summer Hours now in effect: (Memorial Day – Labor Day), worship is on Sundays at 10:00 AM
Is there a dress code?
No – there is no dress code. Just come comfortable.
What should I expect when I arrive?
As you walk into the sanctuary, you will receive a bulletin from our ushers that describes the order of worship for that Sunday. Please contact an usher if you need a large-print bulletin, or any other assistance.
Where do I sit in the sanctuary?
Anywhere you like as ushers will help guide you.
What can I expect during worship?
The order of service is outlined in the bulletin for each week and includes time for prayer and music as well as a scripture reading and a message from the Pastor. Worship services usually last around one hour.
Do I have to do anything?
Guests are never singled out during worship and are not asked to wear name tags. We are happy you stopped by.
Is there music in your service?
Yes. We sing hymns that are both traditional and contemporary. We offer music from September through May from the St. Paul’s musical groups: the Adult Choir, Bells of Praise, and St. Paul’s Brass. In the summer months, special music is provided each Sunday by various St. Paul’s members.
Do you serve Communion? Yes, we serve Communion on the first Sunday of each month, after the sermon. St. Paul’s observes an open table and the Sacrament of Communion is open to all Christians.
Do you have anything for my children during worship?
Yes. We have “children’s activity bags” that an usher can give you to use for your children during the service. These bags contain books, stuffed animals, coloring pages, and crayons.
Do you offer childcare during worship?
Yes. We have a nursery with a dedicated staff to care for your child(ren) while you worship. The nursery is located on the same floor as the sanctuary. An usher can direct you.
What about Sunday School?
From September through May, 10:30-11:30 A.M., St. Paul’s offers Christian Education for babies 6 months old to teens in high school. At 10:30, children attend church with their parents for the first 15 minutes. After the opening musical section, teachers escort the children to the age-appropriate classroom. After the worship service, parents can pick up their children from their classroom.
What happens after worship?
Following our 9:00 worship (10:00 AM during the summer months) St. Paul’s offers a time of coffee, juice, breakfast treats, and fellowship. From September – May, “Coffee Hour” is from 10 – 10:30 A.M. In the summer, it begins at 11:o0 A.M. It’s a great opportunity to meet some of the members and other visitors.
Also after worship, and if you care to do so, Pastor Greg very much likes to welcome you for stopping to visit with us. Just check in with him.
Is there anyway to watch the service online?
We offer a live stream video of the worship service available every Sunday.
Pastor Greg’s Sunday Messages (and past messages) are also available on our website.
Any other questions?
We’d love to connect with you and answer any questions that you have before your first visit with us. Drop us a note and we’d be happy to answer your questions. If you have questions once you arrive, you can contact one of our ushers. You can also contact the church office or pastor through this link: CONTACT US
At this time we ask you to give whatever you can so we can support missions outside the church, both local and nationally. We can’t do it without your support!
Deuteronomy 16:16b, 17 – “They shall not appear before the LORD empty-handed. Every man shall give as he is able, according to the blessing of the LORD your God that He has given you.”