Singer, Songwriter, Speaker
Growing up Paulie's home was full of music. She has early memories of her mom playing the piano and singing. Paulie learned to play piano and started singing publicly in churches with her 3 siblings at age ten. She studied music in college and has been singing ever since. Paulie sings and leads worship in churches, at mission conferences and in other venues.
June Hunt of Hope For The Heart Ministries said of Paulie’s ministry, “Not just mere entertainment, but rather music with a message. Paulie Heath’s music draws us into a deeper experience with God.”
Paulie has always loved music, but didn't start writing and recording songs until after college. She has produced six recording projects including a Christmas CD, her own hymn arrangements, and original contemporary worship songs.
"Just wanted you to know that you were in my CD player on the way to the hospital to see my best friend who just had a heart attack last night. You brought me comfort. Thanks."
Deanna from Pennsylvania
"A dear friend of mine of 58 just gave up her last breath on Tuesday a.m. I went to her hospice room on Monday night to sit with her...your CD was by her bedside and I played it and sat in silence with her... It was my last time with her until we meet in Heaven... I now will listen to your music so that I may stay close with my friend, spiritually... May God bless your ministry."
Paulie enjoys singing & speaking at ladies retreats, Mother's Day & Christmas Teas, Girls' Getaway Weekends, and in women's prisons.
"I saw you perform approximately 8 years ago at the women's unit at the Maine Correctional Facility. I just wanted you to know how much it meant to hear you sing that day. Your music was so memorable, as was your genuinely caring demeanor. I still remember how inspiring your music was, including the song, "Red Road." I just wanted to say a personal thank you for the gift of your music. I was released over 7 years ago, never to return, but have never forgotten the people who gave their time and believed in the people there.
God bless you always"