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Why I'm a member of the United Church of Christ
One person has said, I am a member of the United Church of Christ because I value good worship, relationships, and a commitment to serving God. Because I believe that God is not finished with us yet. Because it's important to really claim our faith and live it out.
Come, and be part of the journey. God is still speaking to us!
We have parking on both sides of the lane, as well as in our parking lot located on the southeast corner of Church Lane and Trexlertown Road.
Children in Church
We have a staffed Nursery available for infants through 5 years old for our worship services. Children are also welcome in worship.
We have a Church School from 9:30 am - 10:30 am, on Sunday mornings, from September - May.
Our nursery is located off the large room (Our Multi-Purpose room) located immediately behind the Church Sanctuary.
Our Church School meets in the downstairs below the sanctuary.
We also have vocal and bell choir opportunities for our children.
Our building is handicap accessible. We have a entrance ramp located off Church Lane next to the cemetery. We also have a elevette in the Church Sanctuary for access to the downstairs area. The main area for wheelchair seating is located about halfway up the left side of the Sanctuary. Handicap parking is located next to the ramp entrance off Church Lane. We also have accessible bathrooms just inside the Church entrance.
St. Paul's United Church of Christ is located just south of Hamilton Boulevard in the western area of Lehigh County. We are located on Trexlertown Road at Church Lane.
Take the Fogelsville exit (#49) and head south on Route 100 (you will not turn off this road before you get to the church). After crossing Hamilton Boulevard (1760 Pub N Grille is on the right corner, on the other side of Hamilton) , the church is located approximately 0.3 miles on the left.
From Cedar Crest Road (Emmaus). head west on Lower Macungie Road. After passing Lower Macungie School, located on the right side of the road, turn left on to Church Lane (located across from St. Anne's Episcopal Church) and go the the end of Church Lane where you will find the church.
Traveling north on Route 100, turn right on Spring Creek Road. Take an immediate left at the light to access Trexlertown Road. The Church is located one mile north, on the right side of the road.
Traveling north on 222, bear right immediately past the Home Town Breakfast Bar & Grill. Stay straight until the second light and turn right onto Trexlertown Road. The church is located approximately 1/4 on the left.