About St. Paul UMC

St. Paul is a mid-size, multicultural congregation, with 260 members from more than 19 nations representing four continents. We celebrate our diversity. We are committed to the sacred value of every person who enters the doors of the church.

We average 155 people at worship on Sunday. We have a small and growing Sunday school, mid-week study groups, choirs, UMM and UMW organizations, and a variety of ministry and mission initiatives, including outreach to the homeless, the hungry, and those in need of justice. We are beginning a group for those interested in environmental issues. If there is a ministry area that we are not engaged in, just name it, and we will try to find a way to get it started!

The Vision and Mission of St. Paul UMC

St. Paul is an intentionally diverse faith community committed to the way of Jesus Christ.

It is our mission to bring people into a life changing relationship with God, making disciples of Jesus Christ who are prepared to continue His mission of love, through ministries of worship, fellowship. education and service

We are committed to dismantling the walls that separate people from each other and God, including the walls in ignorance, racism, poverty and intolerance.

Contact Information:

ST. PAUL UNITED

METHODIST CHURCH

201 Levitt Parkway

Willingboro, NJ 08046

Phone: 609-877-7034

Fax: 609-877-1508

E-mail: stpumc@verizon.net

Sunday Worship Service: 10:30 AM

Sunday School: 9:15 AM, September through May

Office Hours are 9:00 – 2:00

(July & August 9:00 – 12:00)

Monday through Friday

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