In person services resume 2/28/2021
This Sunday morning 2/28/2021 at 10 am Rev. Wm. H. Phillips will present the sermon
in Berly Hall and live streamed via the church’s YouTube channel.
The link to our YouTube channel is:
You can only see the livestream from YouTube
To watch our livestream, go to this page in advance of the scheduled start time. Once watching the video, you can subscribe and also select to be notified of new videos.
Additionally, in the YouTube application you can search St. Paul’s Waccamaw United Methodist Church and see any videos that exist if you miss the original livestreams.
The recorded services will be available on our Sermons webpage https://saintpaulsumc.com/sermons/ later each Sunday and will be shared with the church Facebook friends later as well.
You can reach the church’s YouTube and Facebook pages from the Church’s website
In the banner across the top of the website main page and most of the other pages, you can click on the “play” (triangle pointing right) icon that is right of the Facebook icon to go to our YouTube site. You can also click on section on main page that says –
“Join us for livestreaming services online”
Click the ” f” Facebook icon in the banner to reach our Facebook page.
Each Sunday, St. Paul’s Waccamaw United Methodist Church offers two worship services in the Sanctuary and Berly Hall.
Please join us for one of our services
A Traditional Worship Service in the Sanctuary begins at 8:45 a.m. including Methodist liturgy and hymns with a full Chancel Choir. This service is our more formal worship time.
Worship, in the Christian faith, is the act of attributing reverent honor and homage to God. In the New Testament, various words are used to refer to the term worship. One is “proskuneo” which means to bow down to God. Worship is bowing down the Lord of the universe and celebrating God’s gift of grace.
You will find a deep reverence here at Saint Paul’s United Methodist Church. The music is abundant and deeply theological. It will encompass compositions from the great hymn writers the centuries like Carl Gustav (How Great Thou Art), John Newton (Amazing Grace), many others, and choices from thousands of those beautiful hymns written by Charles Wesley along with some more recent songs periodically. This is a church of music, and the choir and choir director celebrate God’s grace and seek to inspire the soul.
The Bible tells us that Jesus was and is the “Word of God.” So, in the Christian Church, the spoken word is central to the worship experience. The sermons are Biblically based and follow the common lectionary readings. Modern illustrations are used to expand the text. Throughout most of Christianity’s history, corporate Christian worship has been liturgical (three-year cycle of Scripture readings), characterized by prayers and hymns, with texts rooted in, or closely related to, the Scripture, particularly the Psalter.
On the last Sunday of each month, Holy Communion (Eucharist) is celebrated. The table at Saint Paul’s is viewed as Christ’s table. Both Protestant and Catholic and those of other denominations are invited. Sometimes intinction is used, and we process forward to receive the bread and wine. You may kneel at the altar following being served. On other occasions, we kneel at the altar; the heavenly host is passed along the alar rail by assistants. We are sure you will find both a spiritual event.
Come and celebrate the grace of God in with prayer, the spoken proclamation of grace and forgiveness, and song. Enter to give yourself to God. Depart to give yourself to the world for God.
11:00 A.M. Casual Service
Enter the relaxed atmosphere of Berly Hall for the 11:00 am service for a joyful message with uplifting music and fellowship.
The more casual atmosphere includes dressing as if you live in or are visiting the beach area plus coffee and donuts holes,
available seating around tables or in rows, and relaxed interaction.
St. Paul’s Waccamaw UMC also offers a 1:30 pm service each Sunday at Lakes of Litchfield, for residents of this retirement community. Guests and visitors are always welcome.
Communion is usually offered on the last Sunday of each month. Our table is open to all.