How do I find the St. Paul Congregation?
St. Paul Community of Christ is the gray building located just east of 1st St. N. on the north side of Skillman Ave. E. in North St. Paul, MN. Look for the church sign in the front yard. Entrance into the parking lot is from Skillman Ave. E.
Where do I go when I get there?
The main entrance into the building is on the parking lot side, just up the stairs. This takes you into the foyer where you will be greeted by someone who can answer your questions and direct you to classes or worship.
Do you have ramp accessibility?
The ramp entrance for upstairs (worship and adult classes) is located on the front side of the building.
Unfortunately we do not have a ramp entrance to the lower level fellowship hall.
What should I wear?
Dress on Sunday leans toward casual, however you will find people dressed in their Sunday best and others in blue jeans, a t-shirt, and flip flops. Wear whatever makes you feel most comfortable, we are just glad you came!
Is this a child-friendly congregation?
YES!! Children are an important part of the St. Paul congregation. Children are always welcome during the 9:45 am worship. We cherish the ministry shared by persons of all ages, and this includes our children. You will find children participating in worship services through prayer, music, testimony, and focus moments. They often serve as greeters and help in taking up the offertory.
Classes are offered on Sunday mornings at 11:15 am for the following ages:
What is worship like?
Expect variety. Because the services are planned by a variety of people and the service leadership and participants change from week to week, no two services will ever be exactly alike. Some will be more traditional, others more contemporary, and most somewhere in-between. All will provide opportunity for you to share in music, scripture, and challenging words of hope, faith, and the love of Jesus Christ.
What activities are available besides classes and worship?
Throughout the year there are many opportunities for fun and fellowship. Here are just a few of the experiences you can look forward to:
National Night Out Neighborhood Celebration
Community Vegetable Garden
Trunk or Treat