Plan Your Visit

    Sunday Service
    In response to guidance from the CDC and Bishop Diana Akiyama, we are making the following changes to our worship:

    8 a.m. Holy Eucharist on Sundays

    • Seating will be alternate rows of pews
    • Clergy will not be wearing masks, except when presiding at the altar and distributing Communion.
    • This service will continue in the Chapel of the Good Shepherd through June, and beginning in July we will move the service to the Church. 
    • Entry is available at the Chapel door.

    10 a.m. Holy Eucharist on Sundays

    • Seating will be alternate rows of pews
    • Clergy and Lectors will not be wearing masks on the chancel, except when presiding at the altar and distributing Communion.
    • Entry is available at the Chapel door or off Myers St. 

    12 p.m. Holy Eucharist on Sundays

    • Under the oaks on the High Street lawn
    • Simple liturgy, with Celtic themes emphasizing the presence of God in the beauty of creation
    • Folding chairs will be available, but attendees are invited/encouraged to bring their own lawn chairs or picnic blankets; young children are most especially welcome at this service. 
    • The big news is that we can now sing (while masked) in the service!
    • The staff and clergy have all received vaccinations, and we encourage everyone to do the same.

    Bulletins are available on the Resources page of the website. Please remember that the pandemic is not over, and many people are still vulnerable. Wearing a mask is a sign of caring for yourself and others. In addition, the youngest members of our parish are not able to be vaccinated yet. Please observe the necessary protocols (until they change) so we can worship the Lord in the beauty of Holiness.

    St. Paul's will continue to offer the 10 a.m. traditional service of Holy Eucharist service live on St. Paul's website, Facebook, and YouTube.

    Wednesday Service
    Check-in with us mid-week for a 30-40 minute contemplative and interactive service, with a special focus on healing. Each week, the clergy reflect on the saint of the day and invite the participants to share their hopes, worries, and gratitudes in a time of open prayer, featuring Taizé chant. Hosted on Zoom each Wednesday at 6:15 p.m., the link to join the service is found in our weekly e-newsletter.

    Worship Schedule

    Online Livestream 
    Holy Eucharist on Sundays at 10 a.m.  

    In-Person Holy Eucharist Services
    Sundays at 8 a.m. and 10 a.m. 

    Service Style

    Our worship is traditional and based on the Book of Common Prayer of the Episcopal Church. Our Sunday bulletin is inclusive of the text, prayers, and music that will help you participate in the service. You will find the bulletin in our weekly newsletter which is emailed on Wednesdays, on the Resources page of the website, and in the Facebook feed.

    Currently, we are doing Holy Eucharist Services on Sunday mornings, which regularly includes organ music, hymns, and anthems. Guest musicians join us virtually, playing everything from harpsichord to bagpipes.

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