Whether you are “church shopping” or already know you want to become a member of our congregation, our hearts and hands welcome you to experience God's Love. Our congregation is committed to our community, the community of humankind.
How do I join St. Paul's?
Just walk in the door. We welcome all to participate at St. Paul's. If you are a member of another church and wish to transfer your membership, we will take care of the paperwork. Please contact the office or Pastor Julie 419.691.9400.
How do I donate flowers or a monetary gift in honor or memory of someone?
A donation of flowers is a beautiful way to celebrate, honor, or remember the gift of God’s love in relatives and friends. To donate: Online at PayPal. Please specify who you would like to celebrate, honor, or remember in the box next to the amount. You may also email, or snail mail our office with your request and include a check. The Flower Guild recommends a donation of $35. After you enter the amount of the donation, you may designate whom you would like to celebrate, honor, or remember.
What is your severe weather policy?
Severe weather awareness is a necessity. Ohio is susceptible to severe weather and damaging storms. Whether it's tornados, severe thunderstorms, snow or ice, stay informed and protect yourself against potential severe weather threats in your area.
In the Event of Level 3 Snow Emergency
Meetings and events are cancelled. Barring facility emergencies, staff will not report to work. Regularly scheduled worship services will be cancelled.
Level 2 Snow Emergency
Meetings and events are cancelled. Notification for variance from this policy will be the responsibility of each group’s facility liaison. Regularly scheduled worship services will be cancelled if, the Level 2 is expected to be effect from 9:30a-11:30a.
Level 1 Snow Emergency
St. Paul's facilities are normally NOT cancelled. It is the responsibility of each group’s facility liaison to make notification for variances from this policy. Regularly-scheduled worship services will be offered. All are encouraged to exercise caution and “common sense” in determining whether and when to venture out onto roads. Personal safety – your own and others’ – is most important.