Worship

Worship

Worship is a time when we praise God and seek to focus on God and what God desires for us in our lives. Worship is at the center of all our community life as United Methodists, whether on Sunday morning, small groups, children and youth ministry, committee and board meetings.

Sunday morning worship is neither wholly “traditional” nor totally “contemporary,” yet our worship is at the same time both. The emphasis is on variety, and we seek to make use of the best elements of all styles in accord with the gifts and talents of the people who participate. We encourage people to get involved in worship using the gifts that God has given them, and there are numerous opportunities to become involved in and serve at worship.

Sunday Worship at Plover – 8:45 AM
Waffle Church at Point – 9:00 AM (The first Sunday of the month)
Sunday Worship at Point – 10:15 AM

Click here for previous Worship Service sermons

What to expect, what we offer, such as…

  • Interactive services
  • Traditional worship styles with contemporary elements
  • Scripturally informed messages
  • Traditional and contemporary music
  • All are welcome at The Lord’s Supper
  • Prayer for community concerns
  • Nursery for infants through 4 years of age
  • “Cry Room” for parents with babies
  • Activity Bags for children in worship
  • Hearing assistance
  • Handicap accessibility
  • Large print bulletins

During the Week
Prayer is viewed as a central ministry of our church. Members and friends of The United Methodist Church are encouraged to worship and pray regularly in their daily lives.

  • We encourage the congregation to use devotional materials. Copies of the following are made available:
    • For adults, regular and large print copies of The Upper Room are available free of charge bi-monthly (Jan-Feb, Mar-Apr, May-Jun, etc.). It may also be received electronically for a small subscription fee by email and on your Android and Apple phones
    • For Children 8-12 years, Pockets magazine
    • For Youth, devozine: for teens and by teens
  • You may contact the Prayer Chain if you have a prayer request.
  • Our Sanctuary and Chapel are open when the church is open, although sometimes they may be in use by others.
  • Prayer Shawls and Prayer Quilts are given when a person needs to have a concrete experience of being “wrapped” in the prayers of the church.
  • Other written and electronic devotional resources that you may find useful include:
    • Sight Psalms – a visual, photo electronic daily devotion
    • Alive Now – a bi-monthly 48-page magazine that focuses on a contemporary topic that impacts the faith life
    • Weavings – a quarterly journal of articles for clergy, lay leaders, and all engaged in seeking a deeper life with God through formation in the mind, heart, and word of Jesus Christ
    • Visit The UPPER ROOM website for more titles

Our pastors welcome you to talk with them about your unfolding faith journey and your spiritual needs.

Prayer Needs and the Prayer Chain
We at The United Methodist Church view prayer as a central ministry of our church. At any time you or someone you know is need of prayer, contact Pastor Howard, Associate Pastor Hyejung or the church office with your prayer joys and concerns and ask for prayers by our congregation’s Prayer Chain.
Church phone: 715-344-3557.

Music at St. Paul’s

Ways to Serve in Worship

Collection of Teachings

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