St. Paul Fellowship


Messages

  • Frank Stewart – Keep Your Eyes Focused on Jesus

    Matthew 14:22+

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  • Pastor Ned Berube

    Ned Berube

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  • SPF Vision

    Our General Calling: As believers, we are called to go into all the world and make disciples of Jesus Christ. (Matthew 28:19.) Our Specific Assignment: St. Paul Fellowship’s primary assignment is to expand and strengthen Christ’s Church in the city of St. Paul. We hope to expand the Church through: evangelism among our networks of relationships innovative outreach based on a […]

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  • SPF Discipleship

    Our Shared Understanding of Discipleship A Disciple of Jesus Christ is someone who: Follows Jesus out of Love because He died for their sins. Desires to grow in their Faith because they want to be more and more like Jesus. Is willing to limit their options and discipline themselves so they have the capacity to […]

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  • Statement regarding the incident at Ryan Park on 9/20/15

    The leadership at Saint Paul Fellowship is distraught by the events following our service at  Ryan Park last Sunday. We continue to have discussions with members of our congregation who were involved, as well as the police, regarding how this could have been prevented. These events were traumatizing to those who experienced them, and even […]

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  • Who Are We…Really?

    St. Paul Fellowship is a group of people who are inviting others to experience three things that we find precious:

    – Christ-centered worship
    – Authentic community
    – Renewal at every level

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  • Breakfasts for men!

    If you’re a guy and you like breakfast, this is for you!

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  • New Song: “And the Angels Sing”

    This song is one of the darker Christmas songs you might hear. The word “angel” can simply mean “messenger,” so the song is about angels singing in the darkness about the Light of the World.

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  • failure advent

    Failure and Advent

    You are not failing at life. You’re LIVING it, and, in my experience, that often feels like failure.

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