YOU are welcome at St. Paul’s.
We are crazy about you because God’s love is a crazy kind of love that includes all people — ALL PEOPLE. We know that you need love and want to be loved. Everybody here does, too.
We don’t care who you are or where you are from or how you identify your gender, race, or orientation. We don’t care if you are vegan, vegetarian, or you eat whatever’s put in front of you. We want to gather with you in worship and in servanthood especially if you add to our tapestry of humanity in a new way, or like to attend church barefoot — we actually have a worship service where most people do that.
We are all, individually and collectively, on the journey to wholeness and unity with Everyone, especially the people who don’t look like us or think like we do. We feel that our call to the Christian faith and following Jesus’ way of life demands that we care about all people and respect everyone’s dignity as a human being. We are moved by the Holy Spirit to give of ourselves for the sake of the whole world, just like Jesus did.
We want St. Paul’s to be your new church home. If you feel as though the typical “good Christian” label doesn’t fit you, don’t worry, it doesn't fit many of us either. We are by no means a perfect community. We have our unique issues and our growing edges. We are broken — all of us — and we are only made whole by God’s grace.
That grace has given each of us a home at St. Paul’s and we want the same for you.
We hope St. Paul’s is that place. If it’s not, then let me help you find a place that you can call home, a place where you can give your heart over to the care of God and a people who will love you no matter what.
God loves humanity more than we can ask for or imagine. We are all called to pass that love forward.
Nishma Worship Service
Saturdays at 6:00 pm. Take a long, deep breath, and enter with us to a new experience of worship. A place of solace, of reflection, and of prayer.
Free Community Meals
1st & 3rd Wednesdays, 5:15 to 6:45 pm. Show up as you are and enjoy some great food and company with others in our community.
What if we...? What if we gave money away to facilitate personal acts of kindness or generosity to make a direct impact in the relationships we all have?