In our about tab you can find our vision, mission, values, process, and statement of faith. But this question “What is St. Paul’s Church like?” is really a question about culture. What is the culture of St. Paul’s church? And will I fit in?
And our best answer is: Come and see. We've been told we're an authentic, fun, slightly irreverent group of people. We think that's good. If you do too, check us out!
If you’re interested in exploring the Christian faith, you’ll find a supportive community here. And if you’re interested in growing in the Christian faith, you’ll find a supportive community here.
What is St. Paul’s Church like? Come and see. That’s really the only way to find out for yourself.
We meet for worship on Sundays at 10:30 am at The Mill Works, 156 River Road, Willington CT. Map.
St. Paul’s Church is an evangelical church. That means we take the Bible as our authority for faith and practice. This also means we have “good news” to share. That’s what “evangelism” literally means—sharing the good news about Jesus Christ.
St. Paul’s is an independent, congregational church. We are not part of any denomination. We make decisions for ourselves.
However, we are part of the Willow Creek Association. Our statement of faith is adopted from them.
As a congregational church, our members elect the leadership of the church. Our members elect our pastor. Our members elect our board. Additionally, our members approve the annual budget. Read more about church membership here.