March 2020 - During this time Sunday service takes place at 10:15 and can be found here on our YouTube channel.
We worship together on Sunday mornings at 8 AM and 10:15 AM. We are always prepared to welcome guests.
The 8 AM service of Holy Eucharist (communion) uses Rite I (traditional language) while the 10:15 AM service of Holy Eucharist uses Rite II (modern language) with …Read More »
Music has always been an important and much valued part of life at St. Paul's. The adult choir, under the direction of our Director of Music, is active in leading and enhancing the spiritual life of the parish, especially Eucharistic worship. St. Paul's choir is accompanied by a small orchestra at special times Christmas, Easter and Music Sunday. The services of Holy Week allow f…Read More »
We love to do Baptisms at St. Paul’s! Babies, children, or adults, they are all a wonderful celebration of new life in Christ as we welcome the newest members of the Body of Christ. And at St. Paul’s we believe that all children are welcome to receive Holy Communion as soon as they are physically able to do so.
We celebrate the Sacrament of Holy Baptism throughout the year at …Read More »
We do beautiful weddings at St. Paul’s! It’s a joy to share in this sacred beginning of a lifetime journey together of two people. If you are interested in having your wedding at St. Paul’s, the process begins with a phone call from the couple to Reverend Stephanie Johnson. Usually one or both of the parties are members of the larger St. Paul’s community, or wish to becom…Read More »
"The liturgy for the dead is an Easter liturgy. It finds all its meaning in the Resurrection. Because Jesus was raised from the dead, we, too, shall be raised. The liturgy, therefore, is characterized by joy, in the certainty that “neither death, nor life, nor angels, nor principalities, nor things present, nor things to come, nor powers, nor height, nor depth, nor anything els…Read More »
Making a donation to the Altar Guild provides for the flowers that beautify our worship space and is a wonderful way to remember a loved one or to express thanksgiving for a milestone life event.