Everyone needs a place to belong. A place that fits you like a favorite pair of jeans, that’s as welcoming as your much-loved and much-worn chair in the den. A place where you’re whole family is accepted, loved and respected and where you can learn more about the God that created us. At St Paul Baptist Church we’re trying to create that kind of place. Join us this Sunday – we think you belong here!

Believe in Community

We believe in the universal Church, a living spiritual body of which Jesus is the head and all regenerated persons represent Jesus’ body on earth. We believe in the community and mission of the Church, consisting of followers of Jesus the Messiah who are baptized into Him, work together as conduits of His heavenly kingdom being brought to earth, and who worship God corporately, whether in caves or cathedrals, with a few or with many. We believe that God has laid upon disciples the primary task of being messengers of the good news of Jesus the Messiah to a broken world.

Give To Us

The church is supposed to be a place where there is “no needy person” (Acts 4:34). That doesn’t mean, of course, that there won’t be rich Christians and poor Christians, but there should be no Christian without food to eat, clothes to wear, or a roof over his head. The church has a responsibility to make sure every member is taken care of by sharing what we have with one another.

Every able-bodied Christian has a responsibility to work so that he can “provide for his relatives, and especially for members of his household” (1 Timothy 5:8). And then beyond that, we have a responsibility to work so that we “have something to share with anyone in need” (Ephesians 4:28). We should see anything beyond our families’ necessities as belonging to our brothers and sisters who are in need.

Join Our Community

St. Paul Baptist Church is always seeking to grow, in spirit and in membership. We invite and welcome visitors, and are delighted when people choose to join our church community. ​Together we can deepen our spiritual bonds, experience the loving presence of the Divine among us and help each other to serve and celebrate.