Our vision is to strengthen the faith of families of all types.
You can find out more about what United Methodists believe at UMC.org.
Four areas of discipleship focus
Community is grown when we gather for worship, for learning, for encouragement, and for fellowship.
Learning happens in Bible Study, Christian Education, Accountability Groups, Small Groups, and Worship
Commitment is shown when we faithfully attend worship, study, give of our resources and time, and serve as leaders and mentors
Serving is helping in worship, with children and youth, teaching a class, mentoring someone in faith, and volunteering in mission
The path of discipleship.
We grow in our faith from
- Exploring Christ – when starting out questioning and seeking
- Transforming in Christ – when we profess our faith we begin a transformation
- Maturing in Christ – as we grow in faith we begin to gain a mature understanding of God and our faith
- Centering in Christ – becoming fully-committed disciples
Each stage of the path of discipleship is important and at each stage we can find ourselves stuck or we can find we are growing in our faith. At St. Paul’s we seek to provide opportunities for people to grow in faith, no matter where they find themselves on the journey.
Meet Our Team
We have a great team here at St. Paul's UMC. We can't wait to meet you. Here's more about us.
Guest parking is in the back parking lot by the playground. Greeters will be happy to show you around when you come in the doors. Handicap accessible parking is in the front of the church by the street. Someone will be there to help if it is needed as well.
Clothing. The Connections Service at 5:30 p.m is more casual, but you are welcome in any service in any attire, from blue jeans to suits.
We have two services. The Traditions Service Sunday at 10:45 is traditional in style. The Connections Service on Sunday at 5:30 p.m. is a modern service with praise music. Whatever service you decide to attend, you will be met and warmly welcomed, but we will not call attention to you as a visitor.
We have ministries for children and youth throughout the year. Some of our activities include summer camps, Vacation Bible School, a midweek program, youth groups, and children’s church. Check out our Ministries page for more information.
You can join the church by profession of faith in Jesus and baptism, by moving your membership from another congregation, or by confirmation, restoration or reaffirmation of faith. For more information on joining the church, please contact the pastor.
We have a variety of small groups available, and more are forming all the time. If you are interested in a particular small group, contact the church office for details and contact information of the facilitator.
Children’s church is provided for families. Some parents prefer for their children to stay in worship with them. There are ‘busy bags’ for your children to use during the worship service. Other parents get more out of worship if they are not worried about their children being a distraction. Rest assured–your children are welcome in worship. We have children’s church for the parents as well as the children who would get more out of a smaller setting.
We at St. Paul’s see a large component of our faith and discipleship is through serving. If you have a particular ministry you are passionate about, we would love to help you get plugged into service.
We are a part of the United Methodist Church. Information about what it means to be a United Methodist can be found at UMC.org or you may come to a monthly ‘coffee with the pastor’ on the 2nd Sunday at 9:30 am to learn more about St. Paul’s and United Methodism. You can also check out our “What we Believe” page for more information.
You can email the office or call us at 580-355-5757. Someone will get back with you quickly if we are not in the office at the time.