101 Worthington Road
Exton, PA. 19341

Office (610) 363-7285

Fax (610) 363-0626

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Special Schedule on February 22
We have one worship service at 10:30 a.m. on Feb. 22, followed by our anual meeting and a potluck luncheon. Join us!

Lenten Devotional: "The Way of Wisdom"
Click here to download the first installment of daily devotions for the season of Lent, with meditations written by the pastor and by members of our church. This year's readings are taken from the Book of Proverbs, accompanied each week by one of the wisdom sayings of Jesus. We invite you to share this link with friends and family.

Sunday Worship Schedule (September-May)



The 9:00am worship service is informal in style, with lively singing accompanied by piano or acoustic guitar, down-to-earth sermons, scriptures, prayers, and a special time for children.  



The 10:30am worship service is a blend of thoughtful invocation, formal prayers, traditional hymns and contemplative sermons presented in the traditional style of worship.

Childcare is available during both services, and children are always welcome in worship.

Who We Are

From 1833, when the first Sunday School was organized in the one room schoolhouse on our grounds, and 1838, when our founding members built the first church building, we have been ministering the good news of Christ in Chester County and beyond through worship, learning, and service to both the local community and the wider world.

We are a member congregation of the United Church of Christ (UCC), and have been since the historical 1957 union that brought together the Evangelical & Reformed Church of America and the Congregational Christian Churches. The UCC is a church of open ideas and extravagant welcome. With all Christians, we rest in God's amazing grace and hear God's voice in the words of Scripture. Yet, the UCC is unique to some because we do not require uniformity of belief. We are a diverse people called to walk together in Christ. Looking back to the Mayflower Pilgrims (1620), we are one of the oldest Protestant denominations in America.

But we are not stuck in the past - we believe that God is still speaking, and we strive to be attentive to God's creative movement in the world. Our members are actively engaged in witnessing to God's love through vital worship, Christian education for children and adults, and a deep commitment to serving our neighbors, locally and globally. We believe that Christ's communion table is open, not closed, and that God's gift and claim in baptism are irrevocable. We teach that all people are God's children, loved and accepted just as they are. We believe that each person is unique and valuable, with a precious gift to share. Please join us, whether for an hour or a lifetime!

No matter who you are,
or where you are on life's journey,
you are always welcome here.

St. Paulís United Church of Christ is committed to providing equal opportunities to all persons regardless of race, gender identity, sexual orientation, national origin, ancestry, age, disability, economic, Veteran, health or marital status. This policy applies to all members, prospective members, and employees of St. Paul's.

To read sermons and other writings by our Pastor, Jonathan I. Hauze, visit his blog at http://jonathanhauze.wordpress.com/

St. Paul's United Church of Christ is a Church in the Ursinus Association, of the PA Southeast Conference, within the United Church of Christ.