Happy Fourth Sunday of Easter!  

Worship on Sunday will be all about the next Fruit of the Spirit on Paul’s list in his letter to the Galatians: Patience.  There are many good stories in the Bible about patience, but none perhaps so connected with Jesus than the story of Simeon when Joseph and Mary bring infant Jesus to the Temple.  We’ll read it on Sunday, but you’re welcome to read it for yourself in Luke 2:25-35.  How can we have patience like Simeon, and what does this story of patience tell us about God?  We’ll explore this important fruit of the Spirit during worship, so meet us there!  

Sunday’s In-Person Service at 10:30 –Our in-person, indoor worship is currently in the Sanctuary, starting at 10:30am.  Please go to our website to get the latest COVID-19 Update.  Masks are optional at worship, but there is still a section of pews in front of the sound booth reserved for those who wish to mask and keep a distance from others during worship. 

Sunday’s Livestream Service at 10:30—You can now watch the Livestream on YouTube! We recommend logging into your account a few minutes before 10:30 am so you can troubleshoot any issues you might have. You can access the YouTube livestream at or you can log into your Facebook account and see the Livestream on the St. Paul’s Facebook page. You can chat once the Livestream service has started on either Facebook or YouTube.  

Our regular Children’s ministries include the nursery, SPKidz, and iClub.  They are currently meeting at 10:15 am in the Fellowship Hall.  

Check the calendar at for updated information on our SPYouth meetings. 

We so appreciate you keeping connected with us. You may contact the church office by email at or by phone at 352-694-2161 if you have any questions or need any help. We will get back to you as soon as possible.