A church where everyone is
welcome, no exceptions.
We are a multigenerational family church located in the foothills of North Carolina. All visitors are welcome! It is the vision of St. Paul's Reformed Church to help people experience a dynamic and transformational relationship with Jesus Christ. We believe Jesus Christ is God who has come to the earth in the flesh, suffered, died and rose again from the grave. Therefore, God has made Him both Lord and Messiah. "For God so loved the world, that He gave His only begotten Son, that whoever believes in Him should not persist, but have everlasting life. For God did not send his Son into the world to condemn the world, but to save the world through Him." - John 3:16-17
Vacation Bible School Theme is Courageous Faith through Daniel
AT 5:30 PM
PLEASE SIGN UP IN THE NARTHEX IF YOU PLAN TO ATTEND OR TO BRING SOMETHING
(FOOD OR ICE CREAM)
HELP US WISH RACHEL SIGMAN A VERY HAPPY 98TH SPECIAL BIRTHDAY!! SEND BIRTHDAY CARDS TO:
C/O SHERRY CHUCCI
68 N. HIGHLAND AVE.
GRANITE FALLS, NC 28630
Sign up in the Narthex, watch your bulletins for further information!!
Dates for VBS are
BIBLE STUDY IS
OUT FOR THE SUMMER!!
WE WILL RESUME WHEN SCHOOL DOES!
The Missions Committee needs your help! Highways and Hedges, a local ministry that provides support for community members who are houseless and in need of other assistance, is our missions focus for this month and we are hosting a clothing drive to support them! If you have any clean new or gently used summer clothing that you can part with please consider donating them. Highways and Hedges are looking for summer clothing in all sizes, from newborn to adult. Donations can be dropped off at the church or placed in the cart in the narthex. We will be collecting donations until July 3rd and we look forward to your support!
If you would like to watch the latest worship service,
please click the video below!
St. Paul's Reformed Church
Join us for Sunday School,
Classes for all ages,
HELP US KEEP IN TOUCH WITH OUR SENIORS, SHUT-INS AND THOSE WHO ARE
STAYING AT HOME BECAUSE OF COVID-19
As our congregation goes through these trying times of Covid-19, many of our senior adult members are unable to worship with us in person. Seniors are having to remain in retirement homes and in their own homes due to health concerns. Please know that visits, (please call first) phone calls, along with cards or any other type of contact make the seniors, (or people staying at home) feel as if they are still connected with the church family. Many of our senior adults live alone. Some have family members close by, but some have no family left. Our St. Paul’s family has always been known as a loving group, therefore, let us not forget our seniors and other members who have health problems/other problems in this trying time. The information is located in your directory. If you need more information, please feel free to contact the church office. We would be more than happy to send you a list of people who would love to be contacted. Thank you!