The Red Cross’s supply of blood is fragile and in constant need of replacement. Donors are needed at our Blood Drive on Saturday, February 1 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Please help by making an appointment to come to St. Paul’s. Sign up online at redcrossblood.org or by calling 1-800-RED-CROSS. Sponsor code is: St…

Coming in February, our Wednesday Bible Study is going to look at First John for a new eight week study.  The study “GO DEEPER in CHRIST” is open to everyone at noon or at 7 p.m. (Our 7 p.m. study will continue to be ZOOMED online so you can participate from home.) So, if you…

In November we held our first “Cluster Youth Group” with leaders and youth from five local United Methodist Churches. There were more than 30 people present (adults and kids) and we can call it a success!  There were four teens representing St. Paul’s! We can now officially state that St. Paul’s has a youth group…

Last year, we began a “Healing Card” ministry on the 5th Sunday of March. It is traditional in St. Paul’s that we have a “healing service” in a month where there are 5 Sundays. On Healing Sundays, someone is chosen who needs an extra note of encouragement to receive cards from our congregation. The recipient…

We are very happy to report that the Staff-Parish Relations Committee has hired Glenda Steffee as our new music director and organist. Glenda has extensive experience as a music teacher and church music director. She is a graduate of West Chester University with a degree in Music Education, and she taught at the Runnemede School…

A new year is here and Pastor Dave is hoping that you are going to consider BIBLE STUDY as an essential part of your weekly faith walk. On Wednesdays we are finishing EZEKIEL and beginning a new study, GO DEEPER in CHRIST.  You are welcome to jump right in any week. We meet Wednesdays at…

The Lord Most High is the one who gives life to every heart, who gives life to the spirit!” Isaiah 38:16 For the life of me, I do not know how I managed to get into the twisted position of being partially on my couch and partially off it while sound asleep one afternoon. Of…

Happy New Year! Hope you had a Blessed Christmas  and  hope you have a prosperous New Year. Thank you all for taking part in our Angel Wreath Ministry You made a lot of children happy. You are a Blessing! Upcoming Mission Projects & Offerings January Our first Sunday offering (January 5) is for Human Relations Sunday. On…

But speaking the truth in love, we must grow up in every way into him who is the head, into Christ… –Ephesians 4:15 Are you a man? Do you enjoy fellowship? Do you like to eat breakfast? We have the group for you!! Our men enjoy getting together for a time of sharing food and…

Dozens of needy children received gifts, thanks to you! Members of St. Paul’s were quick to grab angels off our Angel Wreath and bring back wrapped gifts for local children. More than 50 gifts were purchased and left in our Sanctuary. Each child received two gifts, a clothing item and a toy or fun item. This…

Jammies Galore! We collected 8 boxes of PJs for Seeds of Hope in Camden during early December, almost 100 pairs! Jammies were donated in all sizes/genders for ages newborn-18 years. Seeds of Hope served over 300 children this holiday season. We also collected 6 boxes of used winter coats (children or adult) for Seeds of…

Perhaps you’ve seen the bulletin board in the hallway with the music notes and wondered, “What is it all about?” St. Paul’s is starting a new program called ‘Friends of Music,’ and with so many of us who love the music of this church and music in general, we are extending this invitation to YOU!…

As our congregation continues to grow and we have a larger flock to shepherd, it is fitting that we involve more of our church members in the ministries of the church. Therefore we are establishing a “Visitation Team” headed by Kim Gibson. As far back as the days of the disciples we find that twelve…

There’s another new Team in town! A newly formed Mission Team, led by Jim & Cherie Clement, is working to raise money to pay for next summer’s Red Bird Mission Trip. There are two things you can do to help: Save your trash—recyclable cans, both aluminum cans and metal cans. We will also take any…

We are thrilled to bring the Acolyte program back to St. Paul’s. Acolyte service is available to children age 8 and older. After a short training session, they can light the candles and assist the Pastor during the worship service. Many thanks to Donna Sierocinski for volunteering to lead the program. Please see Donna if…

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