Common Questions

Yes!  Child care for infants, toddlers, and Pre-K aged children is available during the 10:00 AM Sunday worship service.  The St. Paul’s Nursery is located on the lower level of our building.

St. Paul’s Sunday Worship Service starts at 10:00 AM. This worship service features traditional liturgy and the singing of hymns led by an organ, with singers and a worship band to provide choruses, and special music.  In addition to singing, we pray together (reciting the Lord’s Prayer), collect an offering, listen to a sermon, and greet one another each week.  


Worship typically lasts about one hour.

Just follow what we do.  Song lyrics, liturgy, and prayers are displayed on video monitors.  We will also provide you with a printed bulletin.

The United Church of Christ practices Open Communion.  This means the LORD’S Table is open to all people wishing to know the presence of Jesus Christ.  You are welcome to take part in Communion.  If you choose not to take Communion, that’s okay.  Proceed as you think best.

Yes!  Children are welcome to attend worship with their parents or guardians.  If needed, a “cry area” is available outside of the Sanctuary behind the glass wall.  

Child care is available for infants, toddlers, and children up to Pre-K age during the 10:00 AM Sunday worship service.   

First and foremost, be comfortable.  At St. Paul’s, you will see men wearing suits, polo shirts, T-shirts, jeans, and shorts.  You will see women wearing dresses, slacks, T-shirts, jeans, and shorts.  We will welcome you no matter how you are dressed.

Our main parking lot is highly visible.    This is the place to park for nearly all events at St. Paul’s.  For functions in our lower level dining room or meeting rooms, there is limited parking right outside of our lower level entrance.

You may enter the building at grade level through the front entrance.  This side entrance is also available, but there is a single step up.

Our building has a grade level entrance on both levels; however, to get between levels, one must use stairs.

We have shortened pews at two points in our Sanctuary to allow for persons in wheelchairs.  Our restrooms have been enlarged and appointed to make it easier for a person in a wheelchair to use.

We Believe God's Love Is For All People.
We Live This By Creating Spaces Of Belonging,
Accepting Differences, And Reaching Out By Serving.

St. Paul’s UCC Mission Statement


Thank you for considering a monetary donation to St. Paul’s United Church of Christ. When you give, you are giving through us, not necessarily to us. Your generous donation will help to fund the many missions and ministries that we provide as a church to the Evansville community. We want to share the our faith and hope with those around us, and your kindness helps us move mountains.