Explore Worship

St. Paul UCC celebrates worship each Sunday morning at 9:30 am with unique services that encourage dynamic and heartfelt worship for everyone. Children are encouraged to participate fully in the worship life of St. Paul. 

We invite all to enjoy worship through the offering of laughter, music, fellowship, and the sharing of Christ’s peace. 

On the First Sunday of the month we offer a traditional worship experience. A traditional worship service has a more formal atmosphere which includes organ music, choir or bell anthems, traditional hymn singing and Holy Communion. also known as “The Lord’s Supper,” Holy Communion is a sacred time of sharing in the bread and cup that represent the body and blood of Christ. St. Paul UCC practices an open table, which means that all are invited and welcomed to partake of this holy meal. Children are welcome to participate in Communion at St. Paul. The sacrament is typically served by intinction - persons receive bread and dip it into the cup before partaking. 

Second and Fourth Sundays have traditional elements such as hymn singing and organ music, but the atmosphere is less formal. 

A contemporary worship experience is offered on the Third Sunday of each month. A contemporary worship service offers a relaxed environment with the singing of contemporary Christian music with the Praise Team. The contemporary service at St. Paul has a less structured format. 

St. Paul UCC strives to express the biblical, historical and theological integrity of Christian worship. To achieve the fullest expression of our Christian and UCC identity, worship services at St. Paul contain the following components:





Holy Communion

Child care is provided during all of our services in the fully-staffed Kiddee-Keep nursery for infants and toddlers. Children are dismissed to Sunday School after the Children's Message.