St. Paul's began in 1952 after members of First Methodist Church in downtown Monroe saw the population of the city moving northward. Its humble start saw the church meeting in Georgia Tucker School, under oak trees in Forsythe Park, Lexington Elementary School, and finally in 1953, its home at 1901 Lexington Avenue.
St. Paul's is a neighborhood church that is here for those who live in Monroe. With active children's and youth groups, as well as opportunities for adults in various stages of life, St. Paul's is a caring, united group of believers. Only through getting together will we grow fully in the grace and acceptance to be found in Jesus.
What does this mean for you? Most importantly, you’re always welcome at St. Paul's. Wherever you’re at in your faith journey, you’ll always be accepted as part of the St. Paul's family.