Seven Reasons to Visit

There are many excellent churches in our area. Finding the one that fits your comfort zone takes time and effort. In your search, we would love for you to be our guest and experience our service. Let me give you seven reasons you should check out Saint Paul’s Baptist Church…now serving in Henrico, Richmond and Petersburg/Dinwiddie!

1) It’s a fresh start!

Many of us wish we had the opportunity to make a fresh start -- to discover a place where we are accepted and can grow. Perhaps you went to church in the past and have gotten out of the habit. If it’s time for you to jump back in, Saint Paul’s is ready to help you make that fresh start. And, you have a choice of attending one of our three campuses: Belt, Creighton and Elm.

2) You’ll be accepted.
It doesn’t matter where you have been or what you have done, we would love to have you be a part of our church. In fact, we are looking for imperfect people to become a part of this church! It’s about loving and being loved.

3) We like to have fun!
We think church shouldn’t be boring. We like to laugh, cut up and have a good time. In fact, we believe that God wants us to enjoy life and to celebrate it to the fullest!

4) People dress for comfort.
There’s no dress code. If you like to dress down – go for it. If you like to dress up, great – just come as you are. We don’t care what you look like on the outside, we care about what happens on the inside.

5) The service moves!
We streamline our service – it's power packed. We put a great deal of thought and planning into our service so that when you come you will be engaged from the very first minute. There’s no long, boring service here. You’ll get to hear fresh new music and practical, powerful teaching that applies to your everyday life.

6) We're not churchy.
We’re just real people who are looking for an authentic relationship with God and with others. We explain the teachings of the Bible in a user-friendly way so that anyone can understand what God wants for their life. We want you to grow!

7) We love children and teenagers.

We don’t think they are a nuisance. In fact, we see them as a vital link to the church. We want them to learn and grow and develop spiritually. We believe they are the future and worthy of our investment. We have exciting programs and activities for children and youth every week.

 

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