Who are we? And what do we believe? These questions and more can be answered here; along with our statement of faith and other useful information. "God is still speaking."
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Meet Pam & Keith!
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At times, even our amazing staff can use help from volunteers. These volunteers might be stuffing envelopes, decorating the sanctuary, or taking down tables and storing chairs after a special event.Find Volunteer Opportunities »
We are host to many community-invited gatherings; such as Winterfest, Gospel concerts, and annual dinners. Looking back on the fun we have had and with the friends we have made is the most wonderful part of God's plan for us.
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Warming hearts and bodies, our Prayer Square Ministry is welcome to anyone who enjoys quilting.
If you would like to donate 100% cotton fabric, or batting, or to volunteer.
Call Pat Jensen at (734) 429-7716 for details »
Starting on October 2nd, our services will be lead by our new Organist, Ron Andrews. Join us as we welcome him to our family. Jean Wilson is our energetic choir director and recently organized a youth choir which is active. They provide us with wonderful songs. Jean also directs the One Voise Gospel Choir which comprises members from several local churches and practices at St. Paul. One Voice shares its talents with St. Paul a few times during the year.
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Programs consist of Nursery, Sunday School, and Confirmation Class
Adult Bible Study:
Learn about the Bible with our "Read the Bible in 3 years' program, or join our Yahoo! and Discussion Groups
Let us be the venue for your special day! Members and non-members are always invited to use our santuary for their wedding, large or small.
St. Paul welcomes the opportunity to baptize babies to adults. This is a special rite that our congregation participates in. We are eager to pray for the blessings of God on this person.
When your loved ones join our Holy Father, our compassionate staff is here to help you wiht the funeral services. This is the time for dignity and respect, and we will provide those.
Our main responsibility is spreading the word of God as we reach out to help those in need. We volunteer and hold events at the Saline Evangical Home as well as Brecon Village. We provie food services to the Cass Corridor in Detroit and provide assistance in conjunction with Saline Area Social Services. We welcome any volunteers eager to make a difference in the lives of others.
We open the doors of St. Paul wide to accommodate meetings for groups such as Alcoholics Anonymous. We do our best to provide a quiet place for peace.