FAQs

Frequently asked Questions

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  1. What time is Sunday worship?
  2. What hours is the food pantry open?
  3. What is the address of St Paul?
  4. Who is the Pastor at St Paul ?
  5. What is the mission of St Paul ?
  6. How can I leave a gift to St Paul or the Food Pantry?
  7. When does the New Paris Kiwanis Club meet?
  8. What's the deal with "those church ladies"?

What time is Sunday Worship?

We invite you to join us in worship at 10:30am on Sunday

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What hours is the food pantry open?

Wednesdays 3-5. Saturday 10-noon

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What is the address of St Paul?

St Paul is located at 300 East Main Street, New Paris, OH 45347. You can call us at 937-437-8484

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Who is the Pastor?

Jeff Ginter is the Pastor of St Paul and he would love to extend an invitation for you to attend St Paul and enjoy the fellowship and everything that makes St Paul a wonderful place to come to know Christ.

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What is the Mission of St Paul?

Our mission is to raise-up followers of Christ for the transformation of our neighborhood and community where God has placed us and to grow into a life of being disciples that will have a positive impact on all people.

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How can I leave a gift to St Paul or the Food Pantry?

Absolutely! We appreciate any gift that you can give and have a link on our Home Page (as well as other pages) that you can click and immediately decide on a gift to to make. The gift can be to the Church to be used as needed or specifically to the Community Food Pantry that helps those in need in our community.

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When does the New Paris Kiwanis Club meet at St Paul?

The New Paris Kiwanis Club meets at St Paul on the first and third Thursdays of each month at 6:30pm. We are a "Friend of Youth" and have been a part of New Paris for over 65 years.

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What is the deal with "Those Church Ladies"?

The "Church Ladies" as fondly referred to, are the wonderful group of St Paul ladies that prepare and serve the best meals imaginable. From a full house of the folks in the community, to a small group of Kiwanis Club members, these ladies know how to fill up your stomach and put a smile on your face. Another wonderful "Gem" in the family that is St. Paul.

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Revised: 03/20/16