We are so glad you are here to find out more about us and hope you will join us Sundays for worship or during the week for events and classes. All are welcome at St. Paul. We invite you to come as you are and discover the life-changing Love of God.
WHAT TO EXPECT
Passionate worship, Biblical teaching, a warm welcome, ministries for all age levels, commitment to community and outreach.
When and where is Sunday morning worship?
We have two worship times on Sunday mornings.
Music led by our choir and pianist.
Music led by our live praise band.
Both worships are located in the sanctuary at 1199 Highland Ave in Largo. If you can't make it to the sanctuary, both worships can also be watched live online.
Having trouble watching our worship online? Click here for a few things you can try to get it working.
How do I get to St. Paul UMC?
We are located at 1199 Highland Ave on the corner of Highland Ave and Rosery Rd. in Largo.
WHAT IS YOUR CAMPUS LIKE?
Our church occupies three corners.
On the southwest corner is the Sanctuary, Children's Ministry Center and Preschool. Most Sunday morning activities take place here.
On the northwest corner is the Christian Life Enrichment Center. The church office, our fellowship hall, gym, kitchen, classrooms and more are located here. Most of our week day activities including classes and Bible studies take place in this building, as well as our Student Ministry, Handicapable, Kids Summer Camp, basketball program and more.
On the northeast corner is our Open Arms Resource Center. This is the home for our Open Arms Ministry and The Carpenter's Shop Ministry. Food and clothing distribution and other outreach take place here.
Where do we park?
The main lot is on the south side of the sanctuary. You are also welcome to park on the other side of Rosery at the Christian Life Enrichment Center or the Open Arms Resource Center across the street.
What should I wear?
God doesn't have a dress code, and neither do we. You are welcome to wear what makes you comfortable.
Is nursery available?
Lil' Kidz Nursery Care is available for infants through four year olds in Building B, located next to the Sanctuary, starting at 8:45 a.m. through noon.
Are there children's activities?
Children in kindergarten through fifth grade have their own lesson and worship at both 9 and 10:30 a.m. in the Children's Ministry Center in Building C. Building C is on the other side of the courtyard from the sanctuary - along the side of the preschool.
Is someone going to call on me in worship?
No. We want you to relax and hear the word of God without fear you will be singled out. If you would like more information, we encourage you to visit the Connection Center or ask a greeter or usher for assistance. We also encourage you to sign in on the Connect Card in our bulletin, or if you are worshiping at home on our Online Connect Card, so that we can answer any questions you may have and provide requested information.
Can I take Communion if I am not a Methodist or a member of a church?
Everyone may participate in Holy Communion. The United Methodist Church believes that communion is God's holy meal and the bread and juice are symbols of God's love for us. We celebrate communion during all worship times on the first Sunday of every month.
How can I give to the church?
You can give or tithe during the offering time during either worship, or you can give online securely any time. All donations made online include a small processing fee to offset costs. You may also wish to set up automatic transfers from your account. This can be done online also or through your online banking.
WHAT IS A UNITED METHODIST CHURCH?
The United Methodist Church is a 12 million-strong global church that opens hearts, opens minds and open doors through active engagement with our world. We at St. Paul are members of the Florida Conference of the United Methodist Church which traces it roots back to the ministry of 18th century reformer and theologian John Wesley. John Wesley and the early Methodists placed primary emphasis on Christian living, on putting faith and love into action.
We invite you to join us and discover for yourself the life-changing power of the Love of God. All are welcome at St. Paul.
Baptism is a sacrament. During baptism, God uses water as vehicle of divine grace. It is the act of God through the grace of Jesus Christ and the work of the Holy Spirit. We baptize infants, and those people who have never been baptized, who have made the decision to follow Christ and accepted Him as their Lord and Savior.
For more information or to schedule a baptism, contact the church office via email or call 727-584-8165.
Being a member at St. Paul means that you are becoming a part of our spiritual family, but it's more than just believing, it is also belonging. We ask everyone who wishes to join to attend one of our Discover St. Paul coffees or our Starting Point Class to get to know St. Paul a bit better. If you are interested in learning more or becoming a member, contact the church office via email or call 727-584-8165.
Let Us Know You're Here
Let us know you are here Sunday mornings by filling out the Connect Card in the bulletin, or if you are watching from home, our online Connect Card.