Our Purpose is to:
Praise God through worship,
Grow as disciples through study,
Share our faith through testimony, and
Serve others through ministry.

Welcome to St. Paul's. We are a family of Christian believers excited about being a part of what God is doing in the world and in our community. We invite you to visit us to see if the rich Spirit of Christ we are experiencing, meets your needs as well. The pastor, staff and church leaders at St. Paul's are committed to excellence in ministry. We are servants and imitators of Christ, eager to share from the rich abundance of His blessings.

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Service Times
9:00am Traditional Worship
9:00am - 10:45am Child Care provided
9:00am Sunday School for all ages
10:15am Fellowship Time
10:45am Contemporary Worship
On the first Sunday of every month we celebrate Holy Communion at both services. Here at St. Paul´s, we´ll make sure the first face you see when you approach the church has a smile on it. Whether you need childcare for your toddler, or are looking for a place for your teens, a greeter will be nearby to help you get where you need to go. We are concerned with meeting your real life needs and hope you enjoy our upbeat music. We seek to share practical messages that help you deal with real life issues. and we will even give you a handy outline to follow along and take notes, with the Bible passages included. We hope that what you learn on Sunday, you will be able to use during the week.
Pastoral Staff
Alan Darby
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Hector Meza
Director of Youth Ministries
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Barbara Estelle
Director of Music / Organist
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Judy Propert & Janet Post
Choir Directors
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Melissa Jensen
Administrative Assistant
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Barry Glickman
Christian School Principal
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Bill Nadler, Kim Gavaletz,
Lynn Wick, Al Primrose,
Rick Guidice & Gary Deal


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Dare 2 Be Fit
Summer Camp


At D2BF Summer Camp, we recognize the need for children to find ways to stay physically active during the summer. To increase physical activity, today’s children need summer camp experiences where they can play and be active. Every day is filled with sports, dance and fitness programs that are exciting and challenging and sure to keep all campers engaged.

Dare 2B Fit will be at St. Paul's UMC from 9am to 3pm daily on the following days:

2015 Dates:

  • Week 1: June 29 - July 3
  • Week 2: July 6 - July 10
  • Week 3: July 13 - July 17
  • Week 4: July 20 - July 24
  • Week 5: July 27 - July 31
To register or for more information go to http://dare2bfitcamp.com/
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Youth News
June 2015
by Hector Meza

“Through the praise of children and infants you have established a stronghold against your enemies, to silence the foe and the avenger.” Psalm 8:2

Recently I was a groomsman at an Indian wedding. It was quite an elaborate and extravagant affair full of lively music, dancing and food. Just about everything required the participation and enthusiasm of the entire crowd.

One could hardly distinguish young from old as everyone was together for this joyous occasion. One of the most memorable moments came at the beginning of the ceremony. The groom, dressed in fancy almost princely garments mounted a white horse adorned with jewels and armor. In front of the groom was his entourage of friends and family all dancing and cheering, announcing the arrival of the groom for the patiently waiting bride. It was a really fun and emotional event, since I knew how long my friend had waited to find the person he would spend the rest of his life with. It was hard not to think of the triumphal entry scene, where Jesus was arriving to redeem His bride, the Church.

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Help Wanted - Weekend Sexton Needed

St. Paul's UMC is looking to hire for the position of Sexton (Janitor) for the weekend shift.  Minimum six hours and possible fill-in hours for other sextons.  Please contact the office for more information: 732-458-2080.

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Marriage Moment
Brian Collis
June 2015

Run the Race, Part II

The world we live in is at times busy, hectic, confusing, and overwhelming, and it is hard to do marriage right within it. There are so many things vying for our attention that is is easy to slip on occasion, and not keep our attention where it belongs; on God, on our spouse and on making our marriage work as it was intended. In our society there are messages constantly bombarding us via all medias (TV, the web, music, literature, pop culture, etc) that marriage is unnecessary and meaningless, and Christian marriage in particular is outdated and obsolete. It is difficult to guard against these messages; we all hear them. the question is, are we listening? Are we letting the world's message in? Are we making decisions about our marriages tainted by earthly values?

Did your marriage start out wonderful, but then the positive feelings slowly eroded, and now you find yourself wondering what happened, unsure of how you got here from there? Galatians 5:7 says:

You were running a good race. Who cut in on you to keep you from obeying the truth?

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Pastor's Pen
June 2015

by Pastor Alan Darby

Dear Friends,

Recently I was reading a passage from Colossians 3 that really struck me and I thought I’d share some thoughts with you.

“Since, then, you have been raised with Christ, set your hearts on things above, where Christ is seated at the right hand of God. Set your minds on things above, not on earthly things. For you died, and your life is now hidden with Christ in God. When Christ, who is your life, appears, then you also will appear with him in glory.”

When I was young, my father used to tell me, “Allan, you’ve got a one-track mind!” The point was that when I got my mind focused on something, like a new ball glove or new soccer ball, that was all I could think about. And so I persisted in pestering my dad until I got it. You could call it a “mindset”, a “single-minded focus”, perhaps even an obsession, but it was an effective way of obtaining certain goals or things.

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  • Proverbs 14:34
    “Righteousness exalts a nation, but sin condemns any people.”