But let justice roll down like water, and righteousness like an ever-flowing stream. Amos 5:24 (NRSV)

Click on the image for information
on the Fritz Scholarships



Celebrating St. Paul UCC 175th Anniversary

“Stepping Back In Time”

A Mother - Children - Friend Banquet

Thursday – April 24, 2014
5:30 pm – Pictures

$12.00 Admission
Ages 6 and under free
Dinner at 6:30 p.m.
prepared by The Men’s Culinary group
Entertainers: St. Louis Children’s
Culture Society Dancers (German Dancing)
BND Columnist Dianne Isbell on Vintage Attire
Tickets on sale TODAY in the Welcome Center
Hats desired but not required!




Saturday, April 26
at 1:00 p.m.
The Hills Golf Club in Lebanon


Read more: Golf Tournament & Dinner

St. Paul Fine Arts Series

Metro East Community Chorale

Sunday, April 27
3:00 p.m. - Sanctuary
Sacred music and popular show tunes
Directed by Steve Wilson
Freewill Offering

VBS 2014

June 23 – 27, 2014 ~~ 5:30 pm – 8:00 pm


Join us as we explore the Workshop of Wonders this summer!

Download the registration forms now or you can also register at the Bunny Breakfast!


Completed registration forms can be turned in to the church office.

We need volunteers to help staff our VBS program as well – contact Judi Keplar if you are interested!


 Adult Volunteer Registration Form

VBS Student Registration Form

Read more: VBS2014

What's New


Click HERE to download the

Emergency Health Form

for Sunday School.

 To see pictures of the Advent Brunch click on the image below.




Check out the St. Paul page on Facebook.  Just click on the icon and you'll go there.

Daily devotionals from the United Church of Christ are on the website.  Click here to go to the devotional page.

The 2013 - 2014 Fine Arts Schedule is available.

The April 2014 Our St. Paul Newsletter is available.

The Bulletins and News and Notes for April 13th are available.

The OSP has gone electronic - sign up for electronic delivery on the website

Radio Ministry

Did you know that you can listen to the St. Paul Sunday worship service from anywhere in the world?  Just click on Listen to KSTL at 9:00 a.m. or 9:00 p.m. local time on Sunday and a window will open with KSTL's broadcast.

Thoughts from St. Paul Staff


     After this long, cold, and snowy winter, most of us have been anticipating warm temperatures and sunshine.  Spending

more time outdoors may be at the top of our lists.  Don’t let allergy symptoms ruin all of your planned outdoor activities. 



      If you or your children are suffering from stuffy or runny noses and/or itchy, red, watery eyes, you may be

experiencing a seasonal allergy response.  There is relief in the form of medication your Doctor can prescribe or he or she may suggest an over the counter remedy for your symptoms.  You may notice that these medications usually list "antihistamine" or "anti-inflammatory" on the label since those substances help curb the histamine your body is producing and the inflammatory response to allergens in the air this time of year.


     In addition to treating the irritating allergy symtoms, treatment may also allow you to sleep more restfully which improves your daytime energy levels, helps you concentrate better when awake, and generally function better without the distractions of itchy eyes and ears or constant nasal dripping.


     It is recommended that keeping the furnace filter clean, and using either air conditioning or heating to control indoor temperatures is preferable to opening windows and allowing more allergens to enter the air inside your home.  While it may be difficult for adults and children to stay indoors during warm, sunny days, limiting time outdoors may help alleviate symptoms too. The local news stations give a daily pollen and mold count which can help you determine which days outside could exacerbate your symptoms.


     See your Doctor if you are suffering from allergy symptoms; there is relief available so that you can enjoy God's amazingly beautiful spring season on our earth.


Peace and Wellness,

Betty Leppard, Parish Nurse