More Info

This website is still very much a work-in-progress, so you might not have found everything you always wanted to know about St. Paul’s United Church of Christ.  But we’re not leaving you high and dry.

The best way to learn about our church is to come on Sunday mornings for a visit.  We’re located at 159 Todd Avenue in Hermitage, just a block north of East State Street (Business Route 62).  Here’s our calendar.

If that doesn’t work for you, phone us at (724) 342-2310.  Our office hours vary from week to week – call before you drop by).  Or you can call and leave us a message (including the best time to reach you) and someone will return your call as soon as possible.

 

Here are some suggested links to folks with great information:

The United Church of Christ, our denominational family:   www.UCC.org

The PennWest Conference of the U.C.C.   www.PennWest.org

For another take on our denominational family:  FaithfulandWelcoming.org and this article from a previous Presidential campaign (which is just a sample of what “other” members of the UCC think)

To read from the New Revised Standard Version of the Bible (which we have in our pews) or the New International Version of the Bible (which we’re using in our children’s Sunday School classrooms):  Crosswalk.com

Daily devotional readings (from the publications we provide – in both regular and large print – FREE to church members and friends): www.odb.org and devotional.upperroom.org

To read the Heidelberg Catechism, which explains our beliefs:  www.ucc.org/beliefs/heidelberg-catechism.html

We collect food every week for the Community Food Warehouse:  www.foodwarehouse.org

In our Fellowship Hall, there’s a container where you can donate your empty (rinsed out) pop cans to Mercer County Habitat for Humanity.

To learn about Scouting’s and TrailLife’s God and Country awards:  www.PrayPub.org

 

Several groups meet at our church:

Girl Scouts Troop 30394 and Troop 30343:  www.gswpa.org

PennOhio Singers (men’s barbershop):  www.pennohiosingers.org

Narcotics Anonymous: www.tsrscna.org  (The meeting locator on the right side of the page doesn’t work – use the TSRSNCA Meeting List in the upper left corner, and then look for meetings in the Penn-Ohio Area)

Alcoholics Anonymous (the weekly meeting features a speaker): www.wpadistrict52aa.org