Welcome to St. Paul's United Church of Christ!

St. Paul's United Church of Christ of Amityville welcomes you to our home on the Internet! Our website provides information regarding our worship services, church history, mission work, Family Life and Mission Center, and much more!

The congregation holds two worship services each Lord's Day at 8:00 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. and a 9:00 a.m. Sunday School. On a typical Sunday, St. Paul's has an average of 300 worshippers with 150 Sunday School attendees. St Paul's extends the hand of Christian fellowship to all. We hope you find this site both informational and inviting. If you are looking for a church, we welcome you to join us in worship. If you have any questions or comments, feel free to contact us here.


Before and after school time. Mornings 6:30 - 8:30. Afternoons 2:30 - 6:00.
Our program is not "day care." We offer a safe place and fun time for students before and after school.
Our facility includes a gym, game room, computer lab and youth center. The kids have time to work on homework and socialize with one another.
Our program is for students of the Daniel Boone School District in grades 3-8.
Call (610.689.9364) or email stpaulssplash@aol.com to schedule an appointment to come by to visit during this school year.

Posted on 2014-07-22

Summer Worhsip
Sunday mornings at 9:30
Beginning June 22 we will worship in the air conditioned Fellowship Hall
Children dismissed for activities following children's message

Posted on 2014-06-09

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About Our Church

The ground on which St. Paul's United Church of Christ is located was part of a tract of land granted by William Penn in 1704 to a Peter Bonn. In 1716, a gentleman named David Hary became the owner of this ground and later sold 99 acres to a John Boyer...read more



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Our Mission: " In its life and mission, St. Paul's UCC seeks to worship the triune God; proclaim the gospel of Jesus Christ; practice loving service toward the needy; embody God's reign of peace and justice; establish a Christian community of faith; and be a faithful member of the church universal."


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