St. Paul’s Church is celebrating its 131th Anniversary this year, and we invite you to visit us on Sunday to explore the richness of St. Paul’s Church and its history of Dallas. We have been in our present location since the completion of its new sanctuary and dedication on April 7, 1957. * Our goal continues to be to reach and serve others with the love of Christ and his good news. * The history of St. Paul’s Church is a Journey of Faith that tracks with the social and cultural development of the City of Dallas. * The foundation of St. Paul’s Church was laid by faith and has placed us in a unique location to serve at the geographic heart of Dallas. * We welcome you to our services today, and we look forward to your continuing presence with us as we pursue St. Paul’s Church’s Journey of Faith in the future.
Sunday Morning Church Services at 11:00 A.M.
Worship Service 11:00 am Sundays
Music Program featuring Will Kanute,
Choir Director/Organist and the
Range Pipe Organ
Sunday School for Adults and Youth
Each Sunday at 10:00 am
has been postponed
Thank you for your generous gifts to our mission and ministry.
If you are unable to attend in person at 11:00 a.m. in the sanctuary, please join us via Zoom. Here is the log in information:
Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 867 9326 8528
One tap mobile: +13462487799,,86793268528#,,,,*877212# US (Houston)
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Neighbors in Need (NIN) is a special mission offering of the United Church of Christ that supports ministries of justice and compassion throughout the United States. One-third of NIN funds support the Council for American Indian Ministry(CAIM). Two-thirds of this offering is used by the UCC's Justice and Witness Ministries (JWM) to support a variety of justice initiatives, advocacy efforts, and direct service projects through grants. Neighbors in Need grants are awarded to UCC churches and organizations doing justice work in their communities. These grants fund projects whose work ranges from direct service to community organizing and advocacy to address systemic injustice. This year, special consideration will be given to projects focusing on serving our immigrant neighbors and communities.
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