Musings and More

  • Holiday Blood Drive

    First Christian is hosting its second annual Blood Drive on December 11 from 12:30-6:30pm.

  • Give to the Max!

    It’s November which means that it is time for the annual Give to the Max Day on November 16.  Consider making donations to FCC-St. Paul and our Mission Partners.

  • Church Available for Meetings

    First Christian Church of St. Paul is available for rent to non-profits such as AA, other recovery groups and music groups in the Mahtomedi/White Bear Lake/Maplewood/Oakdale area. We offer a sanctuary for meeting space as well as classrooms downstairs. As a congregation, we are looking to better connect with our surrounding area by offering space […]

  • A Joint Pastoral Letter to Twin Cities Area Disciples on Philando Castile and Racial Justice

    The pastors of 4 Disciples of Christ congregations in the Twin Cities speak on the recent verdict in the killing of Philando Castile at a traffic stop in 2016.

  • Humphrey and Dirksen at the Communion Table

    The church needs to be a witness in our divisive culture.  We have to model a way of living where politics is not our chief end, but it is to love and serve God and love our neighbors, even the ones we think vote for the “wrong” party.

  • Introducing Breakthrough Prayer

    Starting Pentecost Sunday, First Christian family and friends will pray for our church to be a vital part of our community, to grow numerically, to make disciples of Jesus and to see the Holy Spirit moving in our lives, the lives of others and in our community.

  • Upcoming Sermon Series for April-May

    The next three Sundays focus on the church being a people sent into the world.

  • Holy Week Events at First

    You are invited to journey with us during Holy Week, as we follow Jesus journey to the cross and ultimately to the empty tomb.

  • Not Bible-Believing, but Jesus-Believing

    We are not a Bible-believing church but a Jesus-believing church.

  • 2017 Lenten Theme

    The 2017 Lenten theme focuses on what it means for the church and Christians to be a good neighbor in the world.