Announcements

News/Updates/Helpful Information for our members

  • Kathy Yost memorial service

    The memorial service will be held in the sanctuary at 2:00 p.m. on Sunday, October 25, 2020.  There will not be a visitation.

    We also plan to live-stream the service for those who cannot attend in person.  If you do attend at the church, please observe the safety guidelines of wearing a mask and social distancing. Thank you.

    Memorials may be sent to St. Paul's for the General Fund or to the Shriner's Hospitals for Children, 950 W. Faris Road, Greenville, SC 29605

  • WORSHIP SERVICE time

    Our Worship Service begins at 10:00 a.m.

    Pews are marked with seating signs to allow for distancing; the offering plate is at the soundboard so it is not passed from person to person; bulletins will be distributed on the pews before you come in to reduce the amount of contact with others.  Remember to wear your mask  as you enter and exit.

Corona Virus / COVID-19

On-site Worship

   Please wear a mask when entering and leaving.  We will have a limited number of extra masks available.  We will use physical distance, rather than physical shields, to separate Pastor Miller from the congregation while he is preaching.

  Online and phone-in worship options will continue. Please be patient while the “live” recording is uploaded.   You will also be able to park in the Church lot and tune into the live services at 104.5 on your FM radio.

  Many of you may not deem it wise to return yet.  Opting to preserve the life entrusted to you by God is to be Biblically affirmed.  In these pandemic times, God assuredly welcomes your honoring of the Sabbath from whatever safe location is available to you.  If you are at high risk, we invite you to opt for the earliest service time.  If you have symptoms and/or believe yourself to have been exposed to Covid19, we invite you to worship from home.  The Church Council has undertaken a long list of procedures to heighten your safety, but in humility we can give no guarantee of your safety.


Peace be with you!

Rev. Dr. Brad Miller