Plan Your Visit
We're glad you're here! Whether you've attended the Episcopal church your whole life or never set foot inside a church before, we invite you to come and take a look around.
Everyone is welcome to attend any of the services we offer including our Sunday Eucharists at 8:00 a.m. and 10:15 a.m. Nursery Childcare is available from 9:45-11:30 on Sunday mornings. Sunday School (ages 4-11) begins at 9:45 a.m. and children return to church in time to receive the Eucharist with their families.
May I receive communion?
Everyone is welcome to receive Communion at St. Paul's, regardless of tradition or denomination, young children included. Some people prefer simply to be given a blessing instead of Communion-- that is fine too! .
What should I wear?
It doesn't matter! Some people dress more formally, others casually. At St. Paul's you may be greeted by an usher wearing a sports jacket and shorts, sit beside a teenager in jeans and sneakers, or an elegantly dressed lady wearing pearls. Whatever you wear, someone in the congregation will probably be dressed the same way.
Coffee Hour immediately follows the 10:15 a.m. Sunday worship service weekly in Selleck Hall. We are looking forward to seeing you there!
Staying in touch
To be added to our mailing list please email Elizabeth Schrohe in the Parish Office.
Getting Involved at St. Paul's
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 and deepen your connections to Riverside.
The Altar Guild is responsible for preparing the altar, vessels, linens and vestments that are to be used 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 – we will train you on the spot!
Lectors read the lessons during services on Sunday. 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 are scheduled in teams to greet people as they walk into St. Paul’s, distribute the service bulletins and help with the offering. Being an Usher offers the opportunity to welcome everyone who comes through our doors, new and old. Ushers are women and men, adults and children. Ushers additionally serve as greeters, helping to orient visitors and new members both during the service and coffee hour.
Neighbor to Neighbor
The Choir is open to those of high school age and older. It is an eclectic group of all ages, ranges of ability and time constraints. A professional singer leads each section. The choir sings every Sunday, September to May, and rehearses on Sundays from 9:00-9:45 am.
Acolytes carry the processional cross, torches, and gospel book, and assist the priest during preparation for the Eucharist. For more information, please contact: