• Moses & Elijah's Excellent Adventure Fr. Stubbs' sermon The Last Epiphany
  • A Guide to our worship service

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  • Engaging Wednesday afternoon Bible Study

    Wednesday Afternoons is when we dig down deep into the Bible, asking questions and seeking answers. Currently we are on break. We will be back September 4
    Study starts at 2:00 pm in St. Paul's Church Parish Hall.
  • church Work Day

    We are starting to work on our Church Community Park starting TBD from 8:00 am - 2:00 pm. All are welcome to come.  Many hands make light work.

    If you have questions please feel free to click here to contact Angela Williams.
  • The H.U.G.S. ministry stands for: Hostess/Host, Ushers, Greeters, and Service. 

    Hostess/Host:  These persons serve after each service to ensure that there are drinks and snacks or food, as required, for that day.  The leader would need to set up a schedule of persons who would like to assist by providing drinks, hot food, salads, snacks, desserts, etc.  This would make it easier to ensure we have enough for the services each week.  I would include Wednesday and Thursday, even though it is mostly the same group each week, yet we do hope to get bigger.
    If you feel you have been called to help with this ministry, click here to contact St. Paul's Church Office.

    Ushers:  These are persons who help bring order to our worship service.  Again, there should be a leader who will guide those men as mentioned above.  Their job is basically to ensure people find a seat, help with church service, assist with the gathering of the collection, making sure the churches offerings are brought to the altar for blessing, and making sure that the church is left in a clean and ordered fashion after the service ends.

    If you feel that you have been called to be a part of this ministry, click here to contact George Pitzinger.
    Greeters:  These persons are at the front door greeting the all as they arrive.  If they need to be seated or whatever, the ushers are available to do this.  Not only is a greeter present in the Church to welcome visitors, but one is also in the Parish Hall to greet those who don't go to the main church first, but come for Sunday school between services.  This way every person, parishioner or visitor, will not be missed upon coming to a service.

    If you feel you have been called to take part in this ministry, click here contact Fr. Stubbs:
    Service:  These are the persons that contact the membership of St. Paul's weekly to make sure they are well or if they need any prayers,  and if they know anyone that is need of prayers. All the while reminding them about the service for the coming week and to invite them to join us.  They can also set up transportation for people unable to drive to the Church from volunteers that live close to the person.  This is an outreach type of job.  Anyone who finds joy in assisting others or allowing them to be able to participate more fully in the life of the Church, even if their not able to fully move on their own.  Some of the duties of this group would be assisting the older parishioners up and down stairs, carrying food or snacks to a table, re-supplying them with their drink,  or basically just to make it easier to enjoy the time talking to their Church family.

    If you would like to be a part of this ministry, click here to contact Dottie Jarvis:
  • St. Martha's Kitchen

    St. Martha's Kitchen is a ministry where we serve food to those that are looking to have fellowship and also a place for all to come and have fun. We have opened up to those that need us the most, those that are looking for fellowship within the community, and we are going strong. We have extended to having cooking classes for anyone that is interested in learning how to prepare a certain dish or to anyone that is looking for an externship site for school.

    If you would like information on how to volunteer, donate, or just to come and join in on the fellowship please feel free to contact Chef Angela Williams.


  • Visto Fund Raiser

    Visto is getting close to their fundraising season. Some of the items that they are looking to provide are meat, dairy, cheese, eggs, etc. If you would like to help out with these items, please click here to donate. Every little bit helps.

    Children who qualify for free and reduced meals at school or those referred by school personnel are eligible to receive delicious, nutritionally dense mini-meals every weekend throughout the school year. For more information please click here for the local VISTO office.

    VISTO Pathways Program has a Coffee & Christ Bible Study on Tuesday mornings from 8:30 - 9:30 am. At their location, the address is 1401 Southland Dr Gainesville, Texas 76240. If you would like more information regarding the Bible Study please click here to visit their website.

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  • Ministries We Support

    Guy and Summer Benton - Diocesan Missionaries in New Zealand


    Abigail's Arms

    Fr. Jones Zowani and the Anglican Diocese of Northern Malawi

    La Gran Familia Orphanage and the Diocese of Northern Mexico