There are always jobs that need to be done at St. Paul's. Even if you only have an hour on an occasional basis, we are grateful for your help. We promise you will find fellowship and fun while you serve. Anyone interested in volunteering may contact the church office
Hospitality is offered following the 10:15 a.m. Sunday worship service weekly in Selleck Hall. Volunteers to bring something delicious are always appreciated!
Those who serve on the Altar Guild are responsible for preparing the altar, vessels, linens and vestments that are to be used for worship on Sunday and for special services. Members serve on a rotating basis. Responsible, organized, people with an eye for detail will find this a rich and rewarding ministry. No special knowledge is required to join. Training is provided and guild members offer fellowship and support. Anyone interested in serving on the Altar Guild should contact
Lectors read the lessons from Scripture and the Intercessors read the Prayers of the People during the liturgy. Training will be provided to anyone who is interested in this ministry. A strong, articulate voice is required. Those who decide to be readers should be willing to commit to preparing lessons ahead of time so they are read well. All readers serve at the discretion of the Rector.
Ushers & Greeters
Ushers are scheduled in teams to greet people at the Church door, distribute the service bulletins and take up the offering. This is an important ministry, offering the opportunity to welcome everyone who comes through our doors, both newcomers and established members. This ministry is open to men and women, adults and teens. Ushers additionally serve as greeters, helping to orient visitors and new members both during the service and coffee hour.
Singing in a church choir is a great way for you or your children to worship God, make friends, and hone your musical skills. Click here for more info.
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