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St. Paul's United Methodist Church
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Join us for worship

Our Sunday Service is at
10:00 A.M 
Sunday School is at 10:15 A.M.

1st Sunday of each month,
We Come to the Lord's Table

Mission Statement
"Bringing people closer to Christ and to one another"
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335 Smyth Road
Manchester, New Hampshire 03104

St Paul’s United Methodist Church
335 Smyth Road, Manchester, NH
November 8, 2015

  Welcome to today’s worship service!

                    We hope your time here is meaningful and inspiring.  Whether you are searching for a faith community, or passing through, we want you to feel at home here. 
  At St. Paul’s we represent various religious and cultural backgrounds.  We gather as people whose spiritual practices range from modest to rigorous.  We are young, old and middle aged; we are students, families of one or more; above all, we are a people of Christian discipleship who share Christ by our prayers, presence, gifts, service, mission and witness.
At St. Paul’s we take risks, build hope, make mistakes, confess, create community, receive grace and go back out into the world changed and willing to work for just change.  Whoever you are – whatever your gifts, history, or wounds, you are welcome here. 
After worship we gather for refreshments in Fellowship Hall, the room closest to the parking lot.  We hope you will stay for refreshments and join in fellowship.
Glad you are here!
Open Hearts, Open Minds, Open Doors
First Time at St. Paul’s

You may take your children to the Nursery, all children under 5 are welcome.  The ushers in the back of church can direct you.  Children 5 and older are welcome to attend Sunday School.

Large print bulletins are also available.  Please ask the usher.

Please join us for coffee, cookies and fellowship in the Fellowship Hall after the service.

Religious Response to Hunger

                                 September has been                                          designated as Manchester’s Hunger Action Month.  St. Paul’s will participate with other city places of worship to the Religious Response to Hunger Program, coordinated by Temple Adath Yeshurun.  Grocery bags will be distributed the next two Sundays that can be filled and returned to church.  On September 24th these donations, combined with those from other places of worship will be brought to New Horizons.