Welcome – St. Paul’s United Church has opened its doors since 1852 to those looking for open-minded exploration of spirituality and issues that matter to them.
Worship Service is at 10:20 on Sunday at St. Paul’s on Main Street.
Kate & Stephen Rapos present “You’ve Got a Friend” during the Service on June 6.
Kate & Stephen Rapos present “For Pete’s Sake” during Sunday Service on May 16.
Kate & Stephen Rapos present “Come and Get Your Love” during Sunday Service on May 30.
Eliot Huestis sings “Could Have Been a Dream”, a song he wrote, on Sunday, June 6.
Eliot Huestis sings “Everybody Hurts” at St. Paul’s Sunday Service, Sunday, June 13, 2021
We believe love has no boundaries
We serve others by sharing our love, hope, skills and resources where help and social justice are needed locally and globally
We continuously adapt and move forward to improve our community, strengthen our faith, and deepen our understanding and acceptance of life’s biggest questions
VIBRANCY – Dynamic and full of energy, we embrace new ideas and don’t take ourselves too seriously
Gratitude grounds us – and compels us to be kind and generous