St. Paul’s seeks worship that touches the heart and mind through word and sacrament for the sake of the kingdom. In a typical week, we offer multiple services on Sunday as well as a midweek Compline service. During the pandemic we have adjusted our worship schedule to include virtual and outdoor worship opportunities; and we look forward to the day when we can once again gather safely in our beautiful sanctuary.
Virtual worship allows us to gather safely to glorify God. Every Sunday at 11 a.m., we offer the Ministry of the Word with Sermon to watch at that time or at your leisure.Read More »
St. Paul’s will offer an outdoor worship service on Sundays at 10:00 am. in the St. Paul’s Cemetery. Read More to reserve a spot to attend and to learn more about our safety protocols.Read More »
The Book of Common Prayer states, “Holy Baptism is the sacrament by which God adopts us as his children and makes us members of Christ's Body, the Church, and inheritors of the kingdom of God.” The sacrament of Holy Baptism is essentially the initiation rite of passage into a community of Christians who have also made the same promise to follow Jesus Christ as their Lord and Sa…Read More »
The Book of Common Prayer states that Confirmation is “the mature commitment to Christ, and one receives strength from the Holy Spirit through prayer and laying on of hands by a bishop.” Although it sounds similar to baptism, Confirmation is a Christian’s affirmation of the promises made at their baptism and the acceptance of the doctrine of the Episcopal Church. It is required t…Read More »
The Episcopal Church believes that Christian Marriage is when two individuals enter into a life-long union, making vows before God and the Church, and receive the grace and blessing of God to help fulfill their vows. At least one member of the couple must be baptized and have been instructed that Christian marriage is an unconditional, mutual, exclusive, faithful and lifelong co…Read More »
For help with making funeral arrangements, please contact a member of the clergy. We strongly recommend that church members make preferences for their own funerals known to us and allow us to keep them on file in the parish office. Any of the clergy are available to discuss these arrangements with you as well as any questions you may have about living wills. St. Paul’s parishione…Read More »