Rev. Bette Sohm, Pastor

 Sunday worship is at 10 AM. 

 Communion Sundays are the first of each month.

 All are welcome!

A nursery for small children is provided.  Sunday School classes for all ages meet concurrently to the service. 


IMPORTANT STATEMENT FROM ST.  PAUL’S PASTOR BETTE SOHM regarding the broader United Methodist Church policy on homosexuality, voted on at the February 2019 Special Session of the General Conference:

On January 1, 2020, the “Traditionalist Plan” went into effect in the United Methodist Church. What this means is that it is now unequivocally against the rules for same sex couples to be married in a United Methodist Church, or to be married by a United Methodist pastor. It is also against the rules for a self-avowed practicing homosexual to be an ordained elder in the church. We do not know what this year’s General Conference will bring. We do not know how The Church plans on enforcing this. We do not know what will change in this year to come. But we, the people of St. Paul’s United Methodist Church, know who we are. We know where we stand. In November 2015 the congregation voted to join the Reconciling Ministries Network, a grassroots organization of United Methodist churches across the nation that offer their full ministry to persons of all sexual orientations and identities.  Read the full statement here.

SHROVE TUESDAY PANCAKE SUPPER and ASH WEDNESDAY SERVICE. All are welcome in the Fellowship Room for a variety of pancakes continuously served from 6 PM to 7:30 PM on February 25.  $5/person.  Children 5 and under free.  Our ASH WEDNESDAY service is at 7:30 PM on February 26 in the St. Paul’s sanctuary with Rev. Dai Hoon Lee (Union UMC, East Northport) preaching.


DINNER CHURCH: A little prayer, a little music, a lot of fellowship!  All are welcome Thursday, March 19, at 6:30 PM.  Dinner Church is held on the third Thursday of each month.  More information here.


COLLECTING SHOES for Soles4Souls.  During March, help us turn new or gently used shoes into opportunity and lift people out of poverty.  Bring shoes to the east entrance of the Church at 270 Main Street or the office at 288 Main Street.  THANK YOU!


ADULT STUDY: On successive Wednesdays at 7 PM, Pastor Bette will lead a Lenten Study based on Tales From the Madhouse, a DVDseries produced by the BBC. The series is imaginatively based on halfforgotten characters from the Easter Story, set within a Victorian Mad House Information about other adult studies is available here.


LENTEN SERVICES:  Join us at 10 AM each Sunday of Lent (March 1, 8, 15, 22, and 29) for a series of services focusing on Living Our Baptismal Calling.  Details of each Sunday’s theme are available here.




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Did you know…? Almost 20 community groups call St. Paul’s home.  The church’s Sanctuary, Fellowship Room, Church School building, and gymnasium provide space for programs benefiting hundreds of people each month.  Read more here.

Did you know…? The St. Paul’s Thrift Shop is proactive in supporting the environment in a variety of ways? Read about it here.



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Our Mission

We at St. Paul’s United Methodist Church are seeking to be a witness to the life and teachings of Jesus Christ. We are committed to the sacred mission of calling disciples through Christian worship, education, and service. We are a family where faith expression, growth, and renewal challenge us to find ever new ways to serve God through service to God’s world wherever need is found.