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 (beginning in September) for all ages meet concurrently to the service.



Sunday, September 8 – Worship 10 AM

Sunday, September 15 – SPECIAL SERVICE: Homecoming Celebration!     Ribbon-cutting for the new steeple and other renovations.  Service will start outdoors at 10 AM behind the parsonage at 288 Main St., then move into the sanctuary at 277 Main St. for the ribbon-cutting and the Blessings of the Backpacks, followed by a potluck luncheon.

Wednesday, September 18, 7 – 8:30 PM – First meeting of Adult Wednesday Night Study Group (meets second and fourth Wednesdays each month).  Book discussion: What is the Bible? by Rob Bell.  Read more about Adult Study programs.

Sunday, September 22 – Worship at 9 AM (one hour early), followed by free family fun during Cow Harbor Day in Northport!  A one-act comedy, “Lobster Pancake,” will be performed during service.  Read more about the play.

Wednesday, September 25 – St. Paul’s Engeman Theater Night, a special fundraiser to support our local and global missions.  Enjoy a performance of “Sunset Boulevard” and browse the charming solent-auction selections during the pre-show party at the theater at 250 Main St., Northport.  All the information is here.

Sunday, September 29Sunday School Kick-Off.  St. Paul’s offers four classes: Nursery; K-3rd Grade; 4th-6th Grades; Youth (Grade 7n and up).  Contact the office at 631-261-0804 for more information.  ALL ARE WELCOME!


LET’S MAKE A DIFFERENCE!  Support The United Methodist Committee on Relief (UMCOR), the nonprofit humanitarian arm of the United Methodist Church. 100% of donations go toward specific missions, not administrative costs.  DONATE HERE.  


A CONVENIENT AND PAINLESS WAY TO SUPPORT ST. PAUL’S:  Your choice of St. Paul’s United Methodist Church when you make your online purchases will spread our mission to so many in the Northport community and beyond.  THANK YOU!

Read here the IMPORTANT STATEMENT FROM NEW YORK ANNUAL CONFERENCE BISHOP THOMAS. J. BICKERTON, in response to the vote of the 800+ delegates from around the world at the recent Special Session of General Conference of the United Methodist Church.  St. Paul’s steadfastly affirms its Welcoming Statement, found on this page.  Read here the report on the March 16 special meetings of the New York and Greater New Jersey Conferences that followed the General Conference Special Session. 

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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.