The Young People’s Bible class from Pontiac First United Methodist Church started a class at a house in Pontiac, Michigan. A few years later, in 1918, this Bible class led to the establishment of the Wilson Avenue Methodist Episcopal Church in Pontiac. The name was changed to St. Paul United Methodist Church in 1958 when it moved to Square Lake Road in Bloomfield Hills. For seven years, the church met in the refurbished old Hickory Grove school building. The first phase of the current building was built in 1965. During the early years, the focus was always on worship and serving those in need. That focus still exists today.
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