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- Kids and Children | St. Paul's UMC ABQ
KIDS CONNECT AND NURSERY Safe and friendly environment for kids to learn and grow We encourage kids of all ages to explore God's love and kindness in a fun and engaging way. Kid's Connection is designed to meet the unique needs of kids and provide them with a space to learn, explore, and grow in their faith. We invite you to explore upcoming events below for your family or join a Group today! Join a Group LOOKING FOR CHILDCARE? Precious Possibilities is an outreach ministry to meet the childcare needs of families in our community. CHILDREN BIBLE AND BOOKS Rev. Kevin Johnson, Director of Children’s Ministries with Discipleship Ministries, has offered a list of book and Bible recommendations to cater to young minds' spiritual and educational needs. A FREE GIFT FROM OUR CHURCH Check out over 20k resources, bible studies and videos for you and your family today. Check out Upcoming Featured Events Sun 29 Oct 29 Sun Oct All Church Potluck Brunch / St. Paul's United Methodist Church Multiple Dates Learn More Oct 29, 10:15 AM – 11:15 AM St. Paul's United Methodist Church, 9500 Constitution Ave NE, Albuquerque, NM 87112, USA Both Classic and Contemporary Services come together as one for fellowship, food and fun every 5th Sunday! ALSO: We are having a Chile cook-off and dessert bake-off that evening from 5-7pm!! View All Events NOT RECEIVING OUR EMAILS OR ALERTS? You have a busy life. We want to make sure you stay in the know. Learn More HELPFUL RESOURCES FOR PARENTS For every stage of parenting. Learn More kids - for parents TEN TIPS FOR INTRODUCING YOUR CHILD TO WORSHIP Ministry Matters suggests ten tips for introducing children to faith and worship. Click to learn more! STAY CONNECTED ON SOCIALS Stay connected, up-to-date and informed by following on your favorite social media network! THAT'S A GOOD QUESTION! Ministry Matters suggest ways parents can provide a safe space for kid's questions, expression and curiosity. Click to learn more! STAY CONNECTED ON THE GO Create your own Event Agenda, grow your faith and stay connected to what's important to you! For Parents Socials-Kids Connect with us on Social Media More connections for youth and students YOUTH CONNECTIONS YOUNG ADULT CONNECTIONS PRAYER AND PRAISE GROUP CHECK OUT PODCASTS, DEVOTIONALS AND MORE! FAIR USE DISCLAIMER: We provide the above resources for educational and informational purposes only. All copyrights belong to The United Methodist Church, ResourceUMC and Ministry Matters; respectfully. This content is shared under their Limited Use Rights and Fair Use Laws. See General Disclaimer .
- Plan Your Visit | St. Paul's UMC ABQ
PLAN YOUR VISIT. Let's connect, so we can serve you b est Plan Your Visit Start SUNDAY MORNINGS AT 9:15 or 11:30 Will this be your first visit to St. Paul's? Don't want to go alone? You might have already visited a few times, but you'd still like to meet our Pastor, tour the church campus, and get to know some new folks along the way. If so, Plan Your Visit is for you! When you P lan Your Visit, we'll: Meet you at the front door. A Welcome Team and Ushers to greet and guide you. We are here to serve you! Give you a tour of the church campus. So you're familiar and comfortable. You need to know where the coffee station is, right?! Assist with getting your kid(s) checked-in. If you have kids, we have Kid's Connect and Nursery available before and during Worship. Save you a seat. And introduce you to some awesome people! If you'd like, we can have someone sit with you. You can get VIP Parking! If needed, we can reserve a parking spot just for you. We are wheelchair friendly. Both parking areas are monitored by Security. Meet our Pastor! Prior or after Worship, you can get to know Pastor and ask any questions you'd like. She's the sweetest! From the moment you set foot on campus, we will treat you like family. 🥰 Let's Plan Your Visit Now... PLAN YOUR VISIT NOW SERVICE TIMES 9:15 OR 11:30 ONE LOCATION 9500 Constitution Ave NE Albuquerque, NM 87112 Need Directions? ST. PAUL'S UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 9500 Constitution Ave NE Albuquerque, NM 87112 Get Directions Worship at Home Not ready for on-campus worship? That's okay! You can join us online! Explore below! Worship at Home THIS SUNDAY Come as you are. Drink coffee. It's on us. Meet some great people. Receive a timely sermon for today. LET'S CONNECT ON SOCIALS WE DON'T JUDGE We don't care about your tattoos We don't care what you w ear We don't care where you've been We simply want to meet you !😁 PLAN YOUR VISIT NOW Hi, my name is Mary Ward and I'm the Pastor at St. Paul's United Methodist Church. I'm excited that you are considering visiting our church! We are a diverse group of Jesus followers of all ages and walks of life, ready and eager to serve and love our community in a real way! Experience the joy of connecting with real people and growing closer to Jesus . We are ready to help you find your real purpose in life. Explore a spiritual space where real relationships, real faith, and real love are found! No matter where you are, you are always welcome here. Come be a part of a real Church , meet real People , and experience the Real Jesus . Whether you have been attending church for years or are simply curious, we invite you to plan your visit today. PLAN YOUR VISIT NOW Find real people. Discover real purpose. Plan your visit. Trying to find a spiritual space that's real ? 👍 Ready for something new ? 🙋 Want to make a real difference ? PLAN YOUR VISIT NOW CHECK OUT RECENT WORSHIP EXPERIENCES Play Video Share Whole Channel This Video Facebook Twitter Pinterest Tumblr Copy Link Link Copied Now Playing The Flame 01:05:50 Play Video Now Playing St. Paul's UMC Classic Service 09/03/23 01:08:37 Play Video YOU'LL LOVE ST. PAUL'S! PLAN YOUR VISIT NOW
- Who We Are | St. Paul's United Methodist Church | Albuquerque, New Mexico
ABOU T US Discover what is real About Us St. Paul's United Methodist Church was founded in 1958 with the vision of building a loving church for those outside its walls. Since its inception, St. Paul's has grown from a small gathering to a community that reaches many locally, nationally and with our partnership with non-profits, globally. Every week, a few dozen people attend either our Classic or Contemporary Worship Service in person or online in the Northeast Heights Neighborhood and beyond. Our sermons and hope-filled messages are viewed each month through our website and on YouTube. Our methods of living out our Mission and Vision have evolved over the years, but our mission has always been to encourage people to follow Jesus in a real and authentic way. We do so through our Fresh Expression Ministries , Community Connections, Small Groups and Virtual gatherings, our partnering with local non-profits , or through our many online digital offerings. Along the way, by sharing what we've learned, we're committed to being real people, real church and real Jesus. Pastor Mary Ward St. Paul’s United Methodist Church is a place where faith and community come together. We’ve been a part of the local community for over 65 years and are proud to have a female pastor as a first since our inception. We are a vibrant and diverse congregation that is open to all who seek a spiritual home. We strive to be an inclusive and welcoming place where people can find comfort, support and peace. We invite you to join our family and be part of the St. Paul’s United Methodist Church experience. More on UMC Women Clergy ⌝ Get to know Pastor Mary Ward Staff Meet our Staff Meet a team that is passionate about Jesus and serving others at St. Paul's and their surrounding community. Besides the Pastor, l isted in Alphabetical Order L-R Pastor Mary Ward Senior Pastor Donna Hestwood Administrative Assistant Gemma Strong Director of Precious Possibilities Khaia Schmelrer and Ty Cox Flame Worship Leaders Laura Frey Financial Administrator Martha Dalager Accompanist/Organist Micah Timmons Media and Sound Rose Smith Family Connect Ministry Liaison Trinity Frosted Classic Worship Service Leader Yvonne Boron Financial Administrator Let's be friends. We want you to stay updated on current news, events and happenings at St. Paul's. We invite you to connect with us on your favorite socials! We post Bible verses, photos from community connections, small groups, sermon clips, updates to Sunday Worship and more! We hope to see you there! socials
- October 14, 2023 | 2:00 PM9500 Constitution Ave NE, Albuquerque, NM 87112, USA
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- Remembering September 11th 2001
On September 11th, 2001, our world was forever changed by the tragic events that took place in New York City, Washington D.C., and Pennsylvania. The United Methodist Church responded to these events by offering compassion and comfort to those who were affected by this tragedy. In the aftermath of 9/11, the church provided pastoral care, counseling, and support to those who were grieving and struggling to make sense of what had happened. The United Methodist Church also called for peace and dialogue with those of different faiths, recognizing that violence and hatred only breed more violence and hatred. The United Methodist Church saw this as an opportunity to promote understanding and love for all people, regardless of their race or religion. As we approach the 23rd anniversary of 9/11, it is important to remember the lessons that we have learned and to renew our commitment to serving and loving our community in a real way. Another way that we can serve our community is by working to promote peace and understanding. One way that we can do this is by reaching out to those who are still struggling with the effects of 9/11. This could include first-responders, survivors, and family members of those who lost their lives. Another way that we can serve our community is by working to promote peace and understanding. The events of 9/11 were fueled by hate and extremism, and it is important that we work to combat these forces in our world today. This could involve supporting interfaith initiatives, promoting dialogue and understanding between different communities, and working to address the root causes of extremism and violence. ...we can continue to serve and love our community in a real way by reaching out to those who are still struggling, promoting peace and understanding, and working to make our world a better place. In conclusion, the United Methodist Church responded to the events of 9/11 with compassion and care, and we can continue to serve and love our community in a real way by reaching out to those who are still struggling, promoting peace and understanding, and working to make our world a better place.
- Being Real in Your Faith: Why Authenticity Matters
In today's world, it's easy to feel like we need to put up a facade and pretend to be someone we're not. This can be especially true when it comes to matters of faith. We may feel pressure to present a picture-perfect version of ourselves to those around us, or to put on a show of religiosity that we don't really feel in our hearts. However, when we do this, we're not being true to ourselves or to God. In fact, being real in our faith is crucial if we want to experience true spiritual growth and connection. Being real in your faith as a United Methodist means living out your beliefs in a way that is true to your conviction and authentic to your personal experiences. United Methodists believe that our faith is not simply a set of beliefs to be memorized and recited, but rather a way of life that is grounded in the teachings of Jesus and the community of believers. One way to live out your faith authentically is by participating in the life of St. Paul's. This can include attending worship services, joining a small group or Bible study, volunteering in the community, or giving financially to support the work of the church. As a United Methodist, you are part of a larger community of believers who share a common faith and work together to make a positive impact in the world. Being real in your faith as a United Methodist means living out your beliefs in a way that is true to your conviction and authentic to your personal experiences. Another important aspect of being real in your faith is being honest about your doubts and questions. United Methodists believe that it is healthy to engage in thoughtful reflection and discussion about our beliefs, and that doubt can be an opportunity for growth and spiritual transformation. By being open and honest about our struggles, we can deepen our faith and become more compassionate and understanding individuals. Ultimately, being real in your faith as a United Methodist means living a life of love, grace, and service to others. It means being committed to the well-being of our communities and the world, and striving to live out the teachings of Jesus in everything we do. Being real in our faith also means being authentic with others. We need to be willing to share our struggles and doubts with our fellow believers, rather than trying to present a perfect image. So, what does it mean to be real in your faith? It starts with honesty. We need to be honest with ourselves about where we're at in our spiritual journey, what we're struggling with, and what we really believe. This can be scary, especially if we're worried about being judged by others. However, when we're honest with ourselves, we can start to address the areas where we need to grow and make real progress. Being real in our faith also means being authentic with others. We need to be willing to share our struggles and doubts with our fellow believers, rather than trying to present a perfect image. This can be difficult, but it's important for building genuine relationships and supporting one another through the ups and downs of life. And as a church family, it starts with us being real people, real church and real Jesus to one another, our community and the world around us. Making a space for being real. Ultimately, being real in your faith as a United Methodist means living a life of love, grace, and service to others. Finally, being real in our faith means being authentic with God. We need to come to God with our true selves, not the person we think we should be. This means being honest in our prayers, admitting when we're struggling, and seeking God's help and guidance to grow in our faith. In conclusion, being real in our faith is crucial if we want to experience true spiritual growth and connection. It may be scary, but it's worth it. By being honest with ourselves, others, and God, we can build deeper relationships and become the people God created us to be. What does being real in your faith mean to you?
- Spiritual Tools and Resources
Looking for ways to deepen your faith and connect with your community and church? The United Methodist Church and Rethink Church provide a range of spiritual tools and resources to help you do just that! From daily devotionals and prayer guides to Bible study resources and worship services, there are plenty of ways to engage with your faith and find the support you need to grow as a person and a disciple. As we strive to grow in our faith and connection with our community and church family, it is important to have spiritual tools and resources at our disposal; when, where and how we want. Reading the Bible, attending worship services, participating in small groups, prayer sessions, and engaging in community through volunteering are all great ways to deepen our connection with God and others. From daily devotionals and prayer guides to Bible study resources and worship services, there are plenty of ways to engage with your faith and find the support you need to grow as a person and a disciple. Additionally, spiritual support groups virtually or in-person, online devotional resources, and Christian literature, like our 'Free Gift to You' by Rightnow Media, can also provide valuable support and inspiration on our faith journey. As we seek to strengthen our relationship with God and one another, we invite you to check out these spiritual tools and resources provided by The United Methodist Church easily accessible from our site! So why wait? Check out these amazing resources today and start your journey towards a deeper, more fulfilling spiritual life! (don't forget to bookmark it for easy access!)