Frequently Asked Questions:
Q: Can I get my child baptized at St. Paul?
A: Yes, but the gift of Holy Baptism into new life in Christ is more than just a “once-and-done” ritual. Click here for more information about baptism.
Q: Can my teenager be confirmed at St. Paul?
A: Yes. Confirmation is called Affirmation of Baptism at St. Paul. Click here to learn more.
Q: Can we get married at St. Paul?
A: Please call the church office at 330-239-1340 for more information about weddings.
Q: What age do children receive their First Communion?
A: At St. Paul, the parents make the decision on when their children are ready to receive the Sacrament of Holy Communion. This generally happens in the early school years up to 5th grade. Click here for more information.
Q: Is it worth the extra trouble to have a church funeral?
A: Yes! The only two times the Christ Candle is lit for an individual is on the day of his/her baptism and at his/her funeral. A Christian funeral is a worship service that gives thanks to God for the gift of life and salvation, offers comfort to the bereaved that comes when the Good News of Jesus is shared, and connects the participants with the the church community. While a church funeral is not possible in all cases, it is encouraged.
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