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St. Paul is an active congregation and facility.  In addition to weekly Worship Services and Sunday School, we sponsor or host the following groups and activities.  If you are interested in learning more about any of the following listings, please contact the church office.

Alcoholics Anonymous

Alice & John Strunk Food Pantry

Bell Choir

Chancel Choir 

Christ's Café Community Meal

Crafting Group

God is Love Christian School

Narcotics Anonymous

Peak Home School Co-Op

12 Step Program

Vacation Bible School

Women's Sewing Group

Community Programs 


"You have not lived until you have done something for someone who can never repay you."

~ John Bunyan ~

The Walter & Mary Alice Strunk Food Pantry

St. Paul maintains a non-perishable food pantry for members of our community who find themselves in need.  We are honored to assist our brothers and sisters who have found themselves in need over the years and are incredibly thankful to the generosity of individuals and groups that have helped us keep our shelves stocked so that we may in turn help others.  If you or someone you know has come upon hard times and is in need of some assistance, please contact the church office.  Requests are kept confidential.  Please visit our webpage for the Strunk Food Pantry for more information and a full list of items needed in our pantry.


Mitten Tree

Over the course of several weeks in the in December, coats, hats, scarves, gloves and sweaters in all sizes are collected.  Once collected, these items are distributed to the homeless in the community before the onset of Winter.


My Brother's Keeper

With the help of some very committed members of St. Paul and the generous donations of blankets, hats, scarves, sweaters and gloves, our Confirmands gather each winter and make sleeping bags for the homeless.  A sweater, hat, gloves, scarf and devotional are then placed inside the completed sleeping bag.  While one child recites a prayer, the others on the "team" roll and tie the newly made bag.  Completed sleeping bags are then distributed amongst the areas homeless. 


Souper Bowl of Caring

This event held in February each year.  It is a benefit for the hungry and will help to restock the Walter & Mary Alice Strunk Food Pantry.  Please see more detail regarding this wonderful charity on our "Calendar of Events" page.


Christ's Cafe

Christ's Cafe is a dinner hosted  at St. Paul every 3rd Wednesday of the month, from 4:30pm till 6:30pm.  This dinner is open to everyone in the community and is FREE to all who come.  It is one night each month where anyone can receive a hot meal and share in fellowship.  For more information on Christ's Cafe please go to our "Calendar of Events" page.

Video Game Night

The third Friday of every month is youth Video Game Night. It is held from 5 to 7 PM. Parents are able to join in on the fun and play the video games with the children. Come join us for an enjoyable and relaxing evening!

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