Sunday mornings at 10:00 am, we are livestreaming on Facebook to worship and praise God.  The service lasts about an hour and uses a medimedia projector to project information so people can join along.   Hopefully, the service will help you grow spiritually. There is a special message for the youth.  We sing along to music in our homes, pray together, follow along with our Bibles as we listen to scripture and learn about the word.  At the present time we sometimes listen to special music through our powerpoint. Communion is open to all and is celebrated the first Sunday of each month. Each family provides their communion elements which are blessed.  We do not have a Fellowship Time but gather together on zoom after the service to visit.  

       Our church warmly welcomes all who would like to grow in their faith.  We are a community of faith and love, open to all people.  Our tradition accepts different religious beliefs and encourages all who believe and all who seek to grow spiritually in their relationship to God.

Church members live throughout Saline, Milan, Manchester, Chelsea, Dexter, Ann Arbor and Ypsilanti.  The church offers many opportunities to get involved. 

Our newsletter is available six times a year.  It tells about activities the church provides, educational/mission opportunities and information on joys/concerns.



Throughout the year, we provide special celebrations and services for Christmas Eve, Easter, Earth Day, Memorial Day, MLK Day, Father's/Mother's Day, Native American Day, Pentecost, Thanksgiving, Veteran's Day, Labor Day and more.


Cass Corridor is on the fourth Saturday of each month. Food and toiletries are prepared.  All goods are taken to Detroit and are distributed. Dinners are provided on the third Wednesday of each month at Mill Pond Manor or Potluck here at St. Paul. Check our calendar to see our location on any given month.


Due to the Coronavirus, some of these ministries may have been temporarily cancelled. Check our weekly updates, monthly calendar, and bi-monthly newsletter. for updates.


*To learn more about our ministries, click here*


Our building has two levels with an elevator and a handicap accessible bathroom on the lower level.  There are wheelchairs right inside the main doors and carts to transport items, if needed.  Special parking places are available for those who need them.  We have hearing devices, a multi-media projector, enlarged bulletins and wheelchair seating in the sanctuary.  The sanctuary and several other rooms are air conditioned during the summer.  Lap blankets are provided for those who need them. 


Our church provides a Safe Church class  that is designed to give church workers and volunteers important knowledge about potentially significant safety risks. We encourage that those who are interested in working with children or youth or volunteering time at dinners or other events, take this course. Please alert the pastors or the Christian Education Department if you would be interested in taking this course. 


As members and friends of our church, we wish to be known for the manner in which we conduct ourselves in administering the business of our church.  We covenant together as a Christian body

-To seek to discern God's will for our church, not our own.

-To accept that we do not all have to think the same and that none of us has a sure knowledge of the will of God.

-To accept that each person is seeking to find the will for this church and is speaking and acting in good Christian faith.

-To listen actively to one another by...

          *Not interrupting the person speaking.

             *Focusing on what the speaker is saying.

                                       *Asking thoughtful, polite questions for clarification.

-To debate ideas, not persons or personalities.

-To support the majority decisions, once made, in everything we do and say outside the meeting.

-To use the pronoun "we" instead of "they" when speaking of our church, our council, or any group to which we belong in the church or of the decisions made by those bodies.


To let people know about St. Paul UCC's Ministry and invite them to join us in touching the lives of people in the community and the world.