“We are in trying times, but the glory of the Lord is still there to light up our darkness.”

~Rev. Greg Bergquist, General Secretary, The General Board of Higher Education and Ministry (GBHEM) of The United Methodist Church.

Rev. Bette Sohm, Pastor

Sunday worship ONLINE is at 10 AM.  All are welcome!

Instructions for logging on or connecting by phone, as well as access to the worship bulletin, are available here

Recordings of previous worship services are available here

In addition to the 10 AM Zoom, we are offering IN-PERSON worship Sunday, March 7, at 12 PM!  Space is limited. To reserve call 631-261-0804; or come early—there might be room for you! 

Video recordings of previous worship services, as well as Children’s Sermons, are available on our YouTube channel.

                                

 

Click on the image for Zoom information.

 Join congregations from regional United Methodist Churches  for special online services on Wednesday evenings during   Lent.  (Five services, each at 7:30 PM: Feb. 24, March 3, 10. 17,   24)

 

Click on the book icon for information and instructions.

We offer two weekly programs of Adult Study:

1) Wednesday Evening Adult Bible Study, 7-8 PM. 

2) Thursday Morning Study from 9:30 to 11AM a study titled “The Servant King” based on a poem in Isaiah Chapters 40-55.  This online course is taught by Prof. NT Wright.  There is no cost for participating, and no book purchase is required.

ALL ARE WELCOME.  No experience is necessary.

Check out the United Methodist Church’s opportunities for continuing education (click on the logo at left).  Upcoming virtual event: “Travel as a Spiritual Act,” March 23.

 

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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.

 

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.  

 

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.