News/Updates/Helpful Information for our members

  • BE the Match drive-thru testing

        Wayland Pressley, was diagnosed with Acute Myeloid Leukemia on April 16. He will need a bone marrow/stem cell transplant at the end of June or early July. His mother, Elaine Barton, is hosting a drive to get more people on the registry.

       They are not members of St. Paul's, but are part of our community, as he attended Faith Elementary, Southeast Middle, and Carson High School.

       Please try to make time to help, and drive through St. Paul's parking lot on June 19, 11:00am – 4:00pm.

  • Bible Study & Prayer

       Join Susan and Pastor Mark for evening prayer on Wednesdays at 6:00 p.m. and Thursdays at 10am. We meet in the Fellowship Hall and use the LBW Vespers service (pg 142), or Matins service for morning (pg 131) and also have a discussion of that day’s readings from the Daily Lectionary (LBW pg 179).

  • WORSHIP SERVICE - Sundays at 10:30am

    Worship services and other activities are now mask-optional, except in the Chapel. It has been designated as mask-only on Sundays for those in need of the extra level of caution. Worship services are still available in the parking lot with live radio coverage on 104.5FM. You may also watch on our Facebook page, or on the church website.

  • sunday school

        Sunday School begins at 9:30am. Classes are as follows:

         Pre-K – In the nursery area   

         K-5th grades –Upstairs, educational building  

         6th-12th grades – Upstairs, educational building

         Adult Class – Conference Room (classes #2 & #3 - George Barringer)

         Adult Class – In the ladies' parlor by the sanctuary (Class #5 - Louise Eller)

         Adult Class – In the fellowship hall, a rotation of teachers using Sola

                               material for lessons

    For information, you may call the church office at 704-633-0922


  • stephen ministry program

    Stephen Ministers are individuals who engage in one-on-one ministry, praying for and spiritually guiding a care receiver through crises situations. For more information contact Jan McCanless, our Stephen Ministry Leader.