Connect. Grow. Serve. Go.

Providing education through outreach, studies, seminars and more!

Connect with an Open Heart

Our church wants to connect with each other and God through worship, Bible study, prayer, fellowship, and other spiritual development.

  • Children & Youth Ministry

    Ages (birth- 5thgrade)

    Our goal is to nurture, mold, and train leaders. The purpose of SPUMC Children’s ministry is to offer hope to all volunteers, children and parents, by presenting the truths of God’s word through age appropriate resources.

    We put forth great effort to provide your child with quality care while you focus on building relationships and enjoying the service. We know that learning begins at birth so we’ve designed each class with fun activities that make learning about God entertaining and easy to get into!

  • United Women in Faith

    The Women’s Ministry of St. Paul United Methodist Church is a ministry for all women – no matter your age, background or life stage. Our goal is to connect women to God and to one another.  To achieve these goals, we offer a variety of events, including women’s Bible studies, prayer calls, service opportunities, social outings and an annual retreat and conference. Come and connect with us and God!

Serve with Willing Hands

Our church offers a wealth of ministry opportunities for you to engage in service. As we serve, our talents and gifts are unleashed which allows the church to operate at its maximum effectiveness and impact our internal and external family. Serve is what we do in the church and for the church.

Go with Ready Feet

Our church encourages us to move from the pews of the sanctuary into the world and our community. It means we may join other organizations in service and engagement. This is an opportunity to build relationships with people of all walks of life, including multi-faith and even those who are non-believing. We reach out to others, without judging, engaging in impactful relationship building. Our reach to the community includes the homeless, social and economic justice, racial reconciliation, the Arts, and community building.

  • Angel Tree Ministry

    We support needy families at the holidays.

  • Body & Soul Ministry

    A 25 year-old ecumenical community homeless ministry that serves the homeless hot meals on the weekends at St. Paul United Methodist Church.  This ministry provides all volunteers with an opportunity to serve in an outreach ministry that advocates and publicly supports policies and issues that impact persons experiencing homelessness.  The partners include Highland Park Presbyterian Church, First United Methodist Church Richardson, Highland Park United Methodist Church, West Irving Church of God in Christ.  Volunteers provide Inspirational speakers; referrals to organizations that provide housing, employment, substance abuse and mental health counseling.

  • Prayer Ministry

    It is our desire to actively encourage and promote a culture of prayer within the life of the church. Our hope is that the ministry of prayer is achieved every day in each of our lives. The prayer ministry:

    • Prays for the church community, individually and corporately.
    • Provides leadership in prayer for the church members, friends and family.
    • Provides leadership during church related special services and events.
  • Social Justice & Impact Ministry

    The Social Justice Ministry works to address the root cause of modern-day injustices. The ministry looks to serve as a communal awareness clearinghouse by sharing information, convening social justice events, and facilitating calls to action.

  • Walk Over Wednesday (WOW) Ministry

    On Wednesdays during the school year, the students at Booker T. Washington walk over to St. Paul, and we provide free snacks!