While St. Paul’s is known for its beautiful interior and exterior-stained glass windows and perfectly groomed lawns, it is much more than the appearance of the building or our rich history, it’s the people. We proudly strive to be inclusive to all, as warm, welcoming and selfless community - both within our worship and outside the church’s walls.
The contributions made to our community individually and as a church family range from our Sunday services to our community garden plots (which our local food bank greatly benefits from every summer), to the local theater group, to our congregants who volunteer at various non-profits that help our community such as the Salvation Army, the Backpack Program and the Lord’s Storehouse.
There is no doubt that Jesus is present with us at St. Paul’s. We are very blessed, and we invite you to join us in our blessings too!
The founding of St. Paul’s Church began about 1873. The actual church building, in Carpenter Gothic style, was constructed between 1884–1885, and it was at the time the only Protestant church in a community.