St. Pauls Episcopal Church St. Pauls Episcopal Church
200 Riverside Avenue
Riverside, Connecticut 06878
Phone: 203-637-2447

Welcome to St. Paul's

We are a community of all ages and we come from many different faith backgrounds. We believe that the Gospel of Jesus Christ provides a life-giving word of hope, and we strive to welcome all to worship and to membership in our church. The bread and wine of communion is offered to all baptized people at our services, and baptism is always open to those who desire it.

We are a community of lifelong learners who seek spiritual vitality and authentic relationship in worship, education and fellowship. We strive to be one family in Christ, and we welcome everyone, including families of all configurations, to participate in the very full life we share as God's people. We try to embody the values of the Gospel, including hospitality, generosity, and love. We are not perfect, and we also seek to practice reconciliation, truth-telling and forgiveness.

Your presence is a gift to us. We look forward to getting to know you and to sharing our common life.
Now that you have found us on the internet, please come and see us in person! Our Rector, the Rev. Lee Ann Tolzmann, is always happy to answer any questions you may have about the Episcopal Church in general or St. Paul's in particular. To read the
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News and Events

Church offices are closed Monday and Tuesday
April 21 and 22 for the Easter holiday.

The Office will re-open on Wednesday morning at 9 AM.

On Sunday April 27 we will return to our normal schedule of 
                       Services at 8 AM and 10:15 AM
                       Education Hour at 9:15 AM                           

*Click here for a copy of the 2013 Annual Report.  
and here to go to our channel on YouTube and see a slideshow of 2013 at St. Paul's



Worship Services Schedule

We worship together on Sunday mornings
8 AM and 10:15 AM and we are always prepared to welcome guests.

The 8 AM service of Holy Eucharist (communion) alternates between Rite I (traditional language) and Rite II (modern language). The 10:15 AM service of Holy Eucharist is always Rite II with music. Children are always welcome in church. Optional childcare is availabled during the 10:15 service.

From September through May, on most Sundays we offer education for all ages, including Sunday School for ages pre-school through fifth grade, at 9:15 AM.

Morning Prayer

Wednesday in the Waterman Library
8:30 am

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