What Is The Bible?

A 12-session overview of the Bible offered via Zoom with Todd Vosper. Learn how the Bible is organized, how the books of the Bible were chosen, different ways people interpret the Bible, as well as what archaeology has to tell us about biblical stories. 

Meets Thursday from 6:30-7:30pm, beginning September 9th. Zoom link will be sent before the first meeting.

Attendees will need to purchase "What Is The Bible?" by Rev. Anne Robertson from Amazon or wherever books are sold.

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Women's Bible Study: 
Issues Women Face

A 6-week study for women at all stages of life, led by Jeanmarie Bond. Nursery care available for children 3 years and under.

Meets in-person on Thursday from 9:00-10:30am, 

beginning September 16th.

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Committee meetings occur monthly via Zoom.

At St. Paul's, a variety of committees perform tasks, help guide, and offer fellowship. Some of these committees are Buildings and Grounds, Worship, Missions, Discipleship, and Fellowship; for more information please connect with our church office.

Men's Ministries

The Men's Ministry hosts a variety of events throughout the year.  

The next Men's Breakfast will be Saturday, October 2nd at 7:30am. Cost is $5 per person.

Register by September 30th.

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Women's Ministries

We offer a variety of events, sponsored by United Methodist Women. UMW is open to all women in the community, whose purpose is to know God and experience freedom as whole persons through Jesus Christ; to develop a creative, supportive fellowship; and to expand concepts of mission through participation in the global ministries of the church. 

Events will resume when we are able to meet in person.

Contact nadostpaulsumw@gmail.com for details and to join the email list.

Walk to Emmaus

St. Paul's supports Walk to Emmaus, 

a powerful retreat experience with small group follow-up, centered on deepening discipleship.  Emmaus empowers leaders to be the hands and feet of Christ. 


Quilting Ministry

Meets monthly, and gives creations to deployed service members and those who are sick or hurting, with prayer in every stitch.