Where Do I Fit In?
There is a lot of misconception about the church. You probably have heard many different terms, Christians, believers, the body of Christ, the bride of Christ, just to name a few. Well, what does it all mean. Hopefully you will find the answer to your questions below.
Maybe our site popped up in a Google search and something peaked your curiosity. You may or may not be a believer in Jesus Christ. Either way we invite you to explore our site, check out our blog, learn more about what it means to have a relationship with Jesus Christ, and a little bit more about God's church and his people. With so much nonsense on social media it is hard to decipher the truth. Let us help, regardless if you join St. Paul's or another church we will just be glad to have you become a part of the family.
So you are probably at a place in you life where you are saying to yourself, is there more to life than this? Perhaps. you have some deep rooted and complicated questions that you have not found the answer to. Be encourage and know that you are not alone. Many people in the world today are just like you...seeking truth. Seeking a meaning to life. Trying to find their purpose for existing. Know that you are at a healthy place, because question are good. If you are looking for a place to deepen your faith, learn about Jesus Christ, develop a Christian worldview or maybe you don't know what you are looking for. In any case we welcome you to come join us, sit, listen, observed, and share in our worship experience. We are sure you will enjoy yourself.
What does it mean when someone says they are a Christian. Unfortunately popular culture would have you to believe being a Christian is about being in a religion with a list of do's and don'ts. Being a Christian in its simplest definition is a person that believes in Jesus Christ and have a relationship with Him. Christians believe that Jesus Christ is the Son of God and he was born of a virgin, died/crucified, and was raised from the dead. By believing this, we also believe by faith that we are saved through grace and salvation is a gift from God. The result of salvation is eternal life, meaning that our soul/spirit will not die. We do not take the sacrifice of Christ lightly. This does not mean that we live however we want to live. We strive to be better day by day. This means that Christians who read and study the scriptures accept the Christian Bible as God's word that convicts, confronts and conform us into the image of Jesus Christ.
We welcome all people to join us. Most of our activities are open to everyone. Some of the activities we offer and offices a we hold requires church membership. As members of St. Paul's we solemnly swear to NEED THE CHURCH COVENANT HERE
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