During Don’s pastorate, a number of special memorials and gifts were presented to the church from members and friends alike. The stained glass window in the Celebration Center was dedicated on April 12, 1992, in memory of Beverly J. Coombs. An Advent Organ was presented in September, 1994 and an illuminated sign was donated and installed in 1994.
Don Houdeshell completed his designated pastorate on March 31, 1995, leaving the ministry to pursue another career. Rev. Peter Adgie was called and served as Interim Pastor from April 1, 1995 through August 31, 1996. During his leadership a Pastor Nominating Committee (PNC) was formed and on September 1, 1996 Dr. Barbara Griggs Boyd began her service as Pastor of St. Paul.
In 1998, the church received a gift of a magnificent set of hand bells, which were given in the memory of Rebecca Sue Sampson by her parents, Roger and Jean Wiedenbeck. Also in 1998, St. Paul was given funds in memory of Pam Slack, a charter member for the purchase of a grand piano which was dedicated at a service in September 1999. The church hired Carolyn Germaine (Peters) as the first Director of Christian Education in August, 1999.
In June 2001, Dr. Boyd announced her intent to leave St. Paul. Following the loss of her parents, Barbara decided to take a break from the ministry in order to focus on future plans. Pastor Larry Grimm became the Interim Pastor in August, the same month in which a Pastor Nominating Committee was formed. Upon completion of the search, Reverend Randall Kittelson was installed as Pastor in August 2002.
In 2004, Session established five ministry units (Belonging; Discipling, Service, Witness and Worship) to oversee the needs and administer the functions of the church. These biblically based focus areas allow for the integration of programs and activities in to the varied events of the Church’s calendar.
Also in 2004 the congregation and Session decided to establish a capital campaign for the purpose of exploring the construction of a formal sanctuary. Using the theme of “Expanding Our Horizons” a Building Expansion Team was formed, money was pledged and a loan secured from the Presbytery Investment and Loan Program in 2005 to begin construction. Eidos, the firm that designed the original building worked with the Team to design a 5,000 sq. ft. addition.
On Palm Sunday, April 9, 2006 a service of celebration was held to break ground for the new building. The first worship service was held in the new sanctuary one year later on April 21, 2007.
St. Paul offers a number of activities to engage members and friends alike. A Garden Club, Movie Night, an annual Talent Show, a Gourmet Dining Group, Women’s Agape Circle, a Books ‘n Brunch group, and mid-week gathering educational studies provide members many ways to participate. Boy Scouts, Brownies and Girl Scouts meet at the church and beginning in August 2009 the congregation of Old Landmark Ministries began to share our worship and education areas.
April of 2010 the Congregation, Presbytery and Rev. Kittleson decided to dissolve the relationship between the pastor and the congregation. After a period of pulpit supplies, Dr. Stan Jewell was contracted by the session as temporary supply beginning November of 2010.