Welcome to St. Paul Church! We are a congregation that seeks to honor God by making disciples of Jesus Christ for the transformation of the world! In our life together we seek to fulfill this mission in many ways and encourage members and friends to grow in their faith to discover their unique gifts for ministry.
We strive to be a congregation where everyone is welcome. And we mean everyone! All are seen as children of God, created in the image of God to live an abundant life in Jesus Christ. Within the body of Christ at St. Paul you will find young and not so young serving, learning, and growing side by side. Folks from all walks of life are a part of this congregation, living and working together in a blessed community of faith. In all that we do we try to be real and genuine, loving one another as Christ loves us. We are grace-filled and gracious, living generous lives by offering our time, talent and treasure for the work of the Kingdom of God.
We invite you to be a part of St. Paul Church, to worship in joyful and meaningful ways, to experience God's grace in a life-changing way, and to find your place in serving God and neighbor in the Chambersburg Community and beyond. St. Paul church was founded in 1797 and has a rich history in this community, yet fresh winds of the Spirit are leading us to new paths of mission and discipleship that are truly exciting.
You are invited to a time of fellowship and celebration of the ministry of Brian & Lara Sandell on Sunday, June 26. 6pm - Dinner in the FLC7pm - Service of Celebration ...
Posted May 24, 2016, 7:32 AM by St. Paul UMC Church
Vacation Bible School - Cave Quest
VBS is June 13-17 9am - Noon - Ages 3 through 5th grade - Potty trained required. Register Now!Forms are available on the Welcome Tables - Call the church office - Register online ...
Posted May 17, 2016, 6:51 AM by St. Paul UMC Church
Calling all Gardeners! If you are interested in being a part of our St. Paul Community Garden experience this season, please call or email Chris Mayer at 532-7953 or ...
Posted Apr 5, 2016, 7:35 AM by Bill Klebe