Our Values The Songs of Christmas The Generous Life Unshakable Forgotten Virtues Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness Jesus: His Story Tough Questions Collide Unchanging Truth Christmas 365 The Upside Down Church All In Raised to Life Making Life Matter Summer at St. Paul On Fire Head On Seven Events that Changed the World Stretch Signs of Christmas Extravagant Generosity Risky Prayers Standalone Messages Repent Grow Say What? Where's God? Doing Life Together No Other Name How to Neighbor Now What
Accountability All Saints Day Alpha and Omega Baptism Character Children Choices Christmas Commitment Communion Community Confession Confirmation Dependence Easter Empty Tomb Endurance Failure Faith Fear Forgiveness Generosity Giving God's Presence God's Purpose God's work Good Friday Grace Growth Healing Holy Spirit Hope Humility Joy Judgment Justice Last Supper Leadership Lent Love Loving Our Neighbors Mentorship Mercy Obedience Palm Sunday Patience Peace Pentecost Poverty Prayer Relationship with God Repentance Restoration Resurrection Roles of Jesus Sacrifice Salt and Light Serve Sharing Faith Strength Surrender Trust Truth
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Pastor Pam Dubov Carolyn Goodwin Felix Koutsourais Rev. Dave Landers The Rev. Dr. Candace Lewis Pastor Bob Martin Student Ministry Student and Childrens Ministry Rev. John Powers
Our values determine who we are, what we believe, our purpose, and most of all, what we stand for. Understanding who we are as a church is necessary to connect with the community and reach people for Jesus. In this series we explore the core values of St. Paul UMC, what they mean in the life of the church, and what they mean in our daily lives.