New Leadership at St. Paul’s part of change

I’m celebrating local businesses and community partners and the amazing people behind them who are making Shawnee, Oklahoma such a terrific place to live and work.

Surely you’ve noticed the movement of positivity and progress that’s sweeping the area lately. First, I credit the wonderful Shawnee citizens. And then, we have a number of phenomenal organizations who are adding to the momentum, including Community Renewal of Pottawatomie County and the Blue Zones Project of Pottawatomie County.

This week I am featuring Tiffany Nagel Monroe and Tate Monroe of St. Paul’s United Methodist Church

The Monroes moved to Shawnee in June, 2017 and hit the ground running. They saw great potential in the downtown scene where their church sits, and took advantage of some swift momentum the church and civic leaders have been working toward.

See and hear them talk about the excitement that’s building within the church, Downtown Shawnee, and the entire community. You’ll be swept up in their enthusiasm!

Below is the Extended Play version where there are more historical references of St. Paul’s.

Here’s how to connect with the Monroes and St. Paul’s: