We feel that worship is one of the most important things we do at St. Paul’s. And because of that, we are committed to relevant, excellent, authentic and God-honoring worship. All of our services hold in common the clear teaching of the Bible, prayer, communion and praise through music. Our services differ in the type of music they offer. St. Paul’s provides worship services with traditional, organ-led music, and also services with contemporary, band and praise team led music. We seek to honor our great God in all of our services with music that stirs the heart of every worshiper to a closer walk with our risen Savior Jesus Christ.

Service Times

6:00pm – Contemporary Worship

8:00am – Traditional Worship
10:30am – Contemporary Worship

In addition we have many holiday services during Advent, Christmas, Lent and Easter. There is also an education time on Sundays at 9:20am between services.

Special Services

During the seasons of Lent and Advent, we offer special midweek services. For 2016, our Midweek Lenten Worship occurs on Wednesdays each week (through March 16th) at 12:15pm and 6:30pm (with dinner served at 5:30pm in the Fellowship Area). This is followed by Holy Week, with Maundy Thursday worship at 7:00pm on March 24th, Good Friday Tenebrae services at 1:00pm & 7:00p on March 25th, and Easter Sunday worship at 6:30am, 8:00am, and 10:30am on March 27th with Easter Breakfast served between services (No Saturday Worship 3/26).

Weekly Message

We record all of our sermons and make them available online. You can either view the archived versions on our website here or at our sermon.net page. Additionally, we broadcast our services live every Sunday at 10:30am!
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Prayer Requests

Do you have a request that you would like the St. Paul’s Staff or Lay Ministers to pray for? You may contact the church office (217-423-6955) or simply click the “Receive Prayer” button below.
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We would love for you to share your thoughts and feedback with us! When you participate in worship each week or complete the weekly readings, reflect on a few questions:

What impacted you the most about the reading for the week?

What questions has the reading or the message raised for you?

What "take-away" from this week's message will carry with you through the next week?



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