Worship With Us
Worship with us in the sanctuary or via live stream on our Facebook page or YouTube channel.
What happens on Sundays?
Worship services 9 and 10:30 a.m.: The 9:00 service is in-person and live-streamed on our Facebook page. Follow that page to view recorded services and to receive notifications of new content.
Masks are optional in the church building but recommended when singing.
Please join us for other services of worship, which highlight the life and ministry of Jesus and the Church, throughout the year:
Lent and Holy Week - special weekday services prior to Easter
Thanksgiving - an interdenominational service for the Fleetwood community
Christmas Eve - several kinds of worship experiences for every age
Share Your Talents: Are you a musician? Are you good with technology? Would you like to read or share another gift that God has given you? Learn more about our worship ministry, which includes our music ministry, and how you can be involved.
Wheelchair access: An elevator connects our sanctuary and social room, accessible via main entrances on both Arch and Green Streets.
Nursery room: Open during both services for any little ones who might need to take a mid-service pause. Although the nursery is unstaffed, parents and caregivers may utilize it at any time. An usher will direct you to this activity space.
Sacrament of Holy Communion: First Sunday of each month. We have an open table, meaning that all believers are encouraged to partake in this holy meal.
Sunday school at 9 a.m.: Children ages 3 through high school meet in the education wing. A class for adults is currently on hiatus but may be returning soon. Learn more about our educational ministry.
Between services: Join us in our spacious social room for fellowship with coffee, tea, hot chocolate and conversation starting around 9:55 each Sunday. This ministry is growing! To Hospitality Ministry
The sacrament of baptism: Do you wish to have yourself or a child baptized? This sacrament is typically performed during a Sunday service so that the congregation may welcome the person being baptized into the life of the church. Learn more about baptism at St. Paul's UCC.
Youth ministry: You events and group activities are held most Sunday evenings around 6:00. Also, our second year confirmation class meets the 2nd and 4th Sundays. The youth also plan and execute the Youth Sunday worship services in March each year.
Prayer Chain ministry: You can submit the name(s) of loved ones experiencing a health-related or other challenge to be uplifted in prayer. The prayers are facilitated as you prefer, either privately through the prayer chain or shared during worship.
Beyond Sunday worship: Is your child or grandchild nearing preschool age? St. Paul’s U.C.C. offers an excellent preschool education program.