This Week at St. Paul: Sunday: 10:30 a.m., Worship Service Communion is served every Sunday. Sunday: 9:00 a.m., Choir, Music RoomSunday: 9:00 a.m., Bible Study, Gathering RoomMonday: 1:00 p.m., Crafters, LoungeTuesday: 12:10 p.m., Ecumenical Lenten Service at First Presbyterian Church of Homewood Pastor Frank is speaking and St. Paul is providing the lunch.
South Suburban CROP Hunger Walk will be May 7th. Registration/Kick Off is at 1:00 at New Salem Church in Homewood, with Step Off at 2:00. There is a 2 mile short walk that ends up at St. Paul and a longer 4 mile walk. Please consider being a Walker or a Supporter for St. Paul Community Church. Look for our CROP Walk table in the Gathering Room beginning in April.
Please check our newsletter for the full Advent calendar.
Choir - New voices are always welcome. No audition necessary. Just show up in the Choir Room downstairs on Sunday morning at 9:00 a.m.
Interested in learning more about membership here at St. Paul? Please see Pastor Frank Rodgers.
Since joining St. Paul in the late 1980s, we have appreciated its long-standing commitment to the freedom of religious thinking and expression. We are not burdened by creeds or dogmas. As a diverse community of Christians, we truly live our motto: “You are always welcome here.” We feel that welcome every Sunday. The support, fellowship, and love we receive here makes this church feel like home. -Jim and Cathy
Pastor Preached from a Tree!
On Sunday morning, May 26th at 10:30 a.m. Rev. Frank Rodgers, pastor of St. Paul Community Church (18200 Dixie Highway, Homewood, Illinois) shared the good news from the perspective of a tree. The United Church of Christ pastor climbed a large buckeye tree on the church property and shared with members and visitors a message about caring for God’s creation. (see more by clicking on "What's Happening")
Or check out the article on the United Church of Christ website: http://www.ucc.org/news/mission41earth-buckeye-tree-pastor-preach-051213.html
When visiting St. Paul I experienced the perfect balance of friendliness without feeling swamped. I enjoy the service and I am very comfortable here. -Walter
At St. Paul Community Church, we are truly a family who cares for each other in good times and bad. There have been times when life feels hopeless and overwhelming. That's when our church family has been there to help us feel loved. I feel so blessed to be surrounded by so many loving and caring people.
-Carol , Valerie & Karen