PLEASE DO NOT bring your contribution to our church office during this healthcare emergency. Nobody is present to receive you or your donation.Giving, also known as tithing, is a regular support to your church, those in need, and honors scriptural principles.
The Bible has a lot to say about tithing and we encourage you to read it for yourself, pray about it, and come to your own understanding of what God is calling you to do with respect to tithing. We believe that tithing is between you and God.
On March 15, 2020, we made the difficult decision to not open the doors of the church for worship. This was prompted by the coronavirus that quickly spread and become a world-wide pandemic. Following the State of Alaska Governor’s orders to not gather more than 10 people together, we had to do the right thing and temporarily transition to on-line worship. The staff at St. Paul continue to work hard at keeping the office in good shape and creating wonderful, Christ-centered worship and music.
The need for giving to your church continues. Ordinarily we would pass an offering plate at worship, but we’ve had to think of new ways for people to give to their church, at a time, when we aren’t coming together on Sunday mornings.
God bless you and thank you!