We’re glad you’re here! Our hope that you will find community, acceptance, and a deeper spiritual connection with God. Feel free to ask questions, get to know us, and experience the absolute acceptance of all God’s people combined with the beauty of traditional liturgy that exemplifies Episcopal worship.
Some things to know
There is plenty of parking. Feel free to enter through the east or west doors.
Need child care during the service–say the word and one of our designated members will share the time with your children in the Children’s Room.
Dress is casual. Conversation is plentiful. The service lasts about an hour and is followed by a time of fellowship: Coffee Hour. If you are not familiar with the liturgical service, that’s o.k.–we will guide you. You can’t mess up!
At St. Paul’s we use a liturgical style of worship that allows everyone to participate in some way. Our service begins with prayers and readings from the Bible’s Old and New Testaments. The reading of the Gospel is followed by a sermon, music, and the Eucharist or communion. The order of service is projected on a screen. The service is based on the Book of Common Prayer. At. St. Paul’s all followers of Jesus are welcome to take communion, or you can just receive a blessing by crossing your arms over your chest. Our hope is that your time in worship will draw you closer to God.
At St. Paul’s the core of what we believe is that God loves all of us. Period.
To learn more about the Episcopal Church, go the national Episcopal church site and their section on Episcopal belief and values.