No matter where you are in your faith journey, you are welcome HERE.
No one is a stranger here. We welcome all of our brothers and sisters in Christ, regardless of race, gender, sexual orientation, economic status, marital status or age. We welcome believers and questioners. We welcome skeptics and those who struggle with faith. Wherever you are in your spiritual life you belong at St. Paul. This is a place where you can celebrate and mourn, rejoice and recover, this is a place where lives are made new.
As a community of the people of God, we affirm the following:
- that people of all races, national and ethnic origins, ages, mental and emotional condition or capacity, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, economic situation and those who suffer from addictions share with others the worth that comes from being unique individuals created by God, and that all stand before God in need of forgiveness;
- that all people named and unnamed above are welcome within the membership of our congregation upon making the same affirmation of faith that all other members make;
- and that as members, all are encouraged to share in the worship, fellowship and general life of this congregation.
St. Paul is a Reconciling in Christ congregation.