Just as creeds such as the Apostles’ Creed summarize the belief of all Christians, the Articles of Religion of The Methodist Church and the Confessions of Faith of The Evangelical United Brethren Church form a foundation of doctrine for United Methodists.
They, along with Wesley’s Sermons on Several Occasions and Explanatory Notes Upon the New Testament, are "standards" of doctrine for United Methodists.
A Wesley Nurse is a faith-based community nurse. The professional practice of the Wesley Nurse is not limited to the physical dimension of medical needs; rather, it includes a mind, body and spirit holistic approach.
Programs and services include:
- Health education
- Individualized diabetes education
- Diabetic supplies
- Referral assistance
- Facilitation of resources
- Exercise classes
While the Wesley Nurse program is a component of Methodist Healthcare Ministries' ecumenical outreach and located within churches, it does not teach a set of denominational beliefs.
All members of the community are welcome.
Feeding the hungry is a priority at St. Paul United Methodist Church. Our Food Pantry is supported by individual contributions from our church family, volunteers, and community members. Volunteers are needed to serve our clients, unload, stock shelves, prepare food bags, and prepare for each week's opening and closing. Interested volunteers may contact the church office for more information at [email protected].
Valid ID required.
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Interested volunteers may contact the church office for more information at [email protected].
For I was hungry, and you gave me something to eat, I was thirsty, and you gave me something to drink, I was a stranger, and you invited me in, Matthew 25:35.
There are no fees to receive assistance from the Food Pantry.
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