Next Community Meal:

    Thursday, December 17, 5-6:30 p.m.


    Christmas Eve Worship:

    Thursday, December 24, 7 p.m.




   

St. Paul Episcopal Church welcomes you to our website. Here you can learn something about who we are and what we’re excited about. The “Faith Resources” pages gives links to daily reflections and other resources that may be of interest to you. The FAQ page may be particularly helpful if you’re new to the Episcopal Church.


The most important thing we do is worship together on Sunday mornings. Please join us at 10 am every Sunday as we gather together to hear sacred Scripture, pray together, and share Holy Communion. If you are searching - for a sense of the holy, for purpose and meaning, for a reminder of God’s love for you, we hope and pray that you’ll join us.


Our worship can be described as both ancient and contemporary - ancient in that it draws from the resources and patterns of worship from the first few centuries, and contemporary in the integration of newer music and other materials that connect with the challenges and language of our day. Our music covers a wide range of traditional hymns, newer songs, and choir music, featuring our majestic pipe organ.


We offer Sunday School for school-age children during the first part of the service, using a curriculum that works for those who can’t be here every week. We also teach children to be acolytes (assistants) and ushers, and have a joint youth group with two other Episcopal churches.


What we do on Sundays is the grounding for what we do Monday through Saturday. We offer a community meal and a farmers market as parish outreach efforts. We also strive, always imperfectly, to live in the world as ones committed to compassion and justice in all that we do (see the mission page).


 
This month’s newsletter and calendar
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Our bishop, rector and

new Episcopalians!