We typically have three weekly opportunities for Holy Eucharist.
- Sunday mornings - 8 a.m. - Holy Eucharist, in the chapel. No musical accompaniment.
- Sunday mornings - 10:30 a.m. - Holy Eucharist, in the church. Choir accompaniment.
- Wednesday evenings - 5:30 p.m. - Holy Eucharist, in the chapel. No musical accompaniment.
Please check our calendar during special times of the year, such as Christmas, Holy Week, and Easter.
We will not be checking temperatures nor vaccination status for any who choose to attend. As always, if you feel at all unwell, have recently tested positive for COVID-19, or have had close contact with someone who has, please refrain from attending in-person until such a time as is medically advisable. People are free to wear masks or not. Our altar ministers will mask while serving communion and may mask at other times in the service.
Should you choose to not yet attend next Sunday or any Sunday in the near future, be assured that the 10:30 a.m. service will continue to be streamed live on our website, Facebook, and YouTube. Be further assured that, wherever you may be, God will be present with all of us, continuing to gather us as the community we have been called to in St. Paul’s.
Advent begins Sunday, December 3, 2023
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Our Worship services follow the Episcopal liturgy found in the Book of Common Prayer and music from the 1982 Hymnal, and Lift Every Voice and Sing II. Sunday worship includes Bible readings from the Revised Common Lectionary and prayers appointed for the day. From time-to-time materials from other sources are included.
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10:30 a.m. Holy Eucharist streamed live here on our website, Facebook, and YouTube. Be further assured that, wherever you may be, God will be present with all of us, continuing to gather us as the community we have been called to in St. Paul’s.Watch Livestream »
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St. Paul's Meditation Garden is behind Canterbury House, directly east of the chapel. Our meditation garden offers a serene outdoor contemplative space on the grounds at St. Paul's where one can pray and meditate during the day. It is encased with greenery and offer two sitting areas with benches, a quiet fountain, and a beautiful sculpture created by artist Jon Burger entitled "…Read More »
The Stations of the Cross are an ancient form of prayer. They are based on a path of several holy sites (or "stations") of pilgrimage in the city of Jerusalem. Pilgrims would travel through the city, praying along the way while visiting these 14 locations tied to the crucifixion of Jesus on his Via Dolorosa, or his painful path to the cross. The objective of the stations is to he…Read More »