St. Paul`s United Methodist Church

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Our God is an awesome God, and we're really excited to be sharing the Good News! If you're looking for something to believe in, our hearts, our minds, and our doors are always open. God is working for His kingdom at St. Paul's — Come and join in!

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Sunday: 09:30am

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74 Church St
West Deptford, NJ 8086.0
856 845-6638

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About Us

Denomination:
Methodist (UMC)

Language:
English

Size: Medium

Music:
Traditional Hymns,Contemporary

Vibe:
Friendly, Down to Earth, Spirit-filled

Programs:
Community Service, Addiction/Recovery, Children's Ministry, Youth Group, Choir, Missions, Nursery, Adult Education, Food Pantry

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Founded:
1858



Church Leader

Valerie Garron
Valerie Garron

Pastor Val's prayer for St. Paul's is that we join together as one in spirit, all in ministry. She was appointed to serve St. Paul's in 2007. She received her Master of Divinity degree from Eastern Seminary in Philadelphia and was ordained an elder in 2005. Prior to becoming a pastor she was a certified social worker, serving as a case manager with a women’s health organization in a state-funded program for pregnant teenagers. She has a B.S. in social work from Stockton State College. Her family includes her husband Glenn, three grown daughters, and six grandchildren.
Pastor Val's prayer for St. Paul's is that we join together as one in spirit, all in ministry. She was appointed to serve St. Paul's in 2007. She received her Master of Divinity degree from Eastern Seminary in Philadelphia and was ordained an elder in 2005. Prior to becoming a pastor she was a certified social worker, serving as a case manager with a women’s health organization in a state-funded program for pregnant teenagers. She has a B.S. in social work from Stockton State College. Her family includes her husband Glenn, three grown daughters, and six grandchildren.