A Wednesday Bible Study Opportunity!

Join Mary Lou on a journey through the book of Ruth to learn more about how God can work in ways we don’t always see. Thanks be to God! Please read Ruth 2: 5 -13 before gathering, and here’s a question to ponder: What is the kindest thing you’ve seen someone do for another person?

Contact marylou@stpaulunitedmethodist.com if you have any questions or need the Zoom link. All are welcome!

Join Us for Family Night Supper with Mr. Johnny Williams!

When you generously give something, it is rewarding to know that your actions MATTER!! Mr. Johnny Williams will be here for Family Night Supper to talk about the ways you, at St. Paul, have helped save lives through the American Red Cross. We will have a supper of delicious Chicken Alfredo, an awesome menu pick for a cold January evening. Then, Mr. Williams will give us an update on how St. Paul’s gifts continue to make an impact. Please join us!
RSVP at https://spumccolumbus.com/supper/

Be the Difference Sermon Series: Pain Is Universal [Worship]

This Week’s Broadcast:
Sunday, January 23, 2022
11:00 AM Traditional Worship

The Chiming of the Hour
The Welcome & Announcements – Mrs. Grace Bailey
The Cross and Flame Come to the Altar
The Prelude: “Intermezzo” by Joseph Rheinberger
The Hymn of Celebration: “O For a Thousand Tongues to Sing”
The Affirmation of Faith
The Gloria Patri
The Pastoral Prayer with The Lord’s Prayer by Mrs. Grace Bailey
The Hymn of Preparation: “Ask Ye What Great Thing I Know”
The Offertory Prayer
The Offertory: “Voluntary in d minor” by Samuel Long
The Doxology
The Scripture Lesson: Luke 7:36-50
The Passing of the Peace
The Registration of Attendance
The Welcome to St. Paul and Recognition of our Guests
The Children’s Moment – Rev. Dr. Shane Green
The Anthem: “All Things Work Together for Good” by C. Curry
The Sermon: “Be the Difference Series: Pain is Universal” by Rev. Dr. Shane Green
The Hymn of Consecration: “Great Is Thy Faithfulness”
The Flame Goes Before Us into the World
The Benediction
The Postlude: “Tiento” by Gabriel Menalt