Sunday Worship Schedule
7:45 a.m. | Holy Eucharist, St. Martin's Chapel
9 a.m. | Holy Eucharist, Sanctuary
11:15 a.m. | Holy Eucharist, Sanctuary LIVESTREAM
Wednesday Holy Eucharist
6 p.m. – St. Martin’s Chapel
An intimate weekday service often observing the Lesser Feasts of the day.
Hello and welcome, We’re so glad you are considering our community as your new church home. We are a dynamic, diverse, and open community of people who come together to seek and know God; care for and enjoy one another; and serve others, locally and around the world. Through worship, pastoral care, formation, outreach, and fellowship, we strive to live lives of faith with and for one another. Whether you are a life-long Episcopalian, coming from another faith background, or newly exploring your spirituality, you are most welcome here! Take a look at our website. And please be sure to fill out our Welcome Card and reach out with questions. We look forward to getting to know you!
The Rev. Jeanne LeinbachLearn more
Upon entering the church on Sunday morning, you will be greeted by parishioners who can direct you to worship services, Sunday school classes, childcare, or other areas.
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The principal Sunday worship service is the Holy Eucharist.
The Book of Common Prayer guides our liturgical services. Our varied service schedule provides opportunities to worship in diverse ways, from traditional to more contemporary. There is worship bulletin that will assist you through the service.Learn More
Childcare is offered on Sunday mornings for children ages infant through Pre-K from 8:45 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Our paid staff is trained in health and safety, and silent pagers are made available to parents of infants and toddlers. Please ask a greeter or usher for directions to the childcare rooms.
Sunday morning Christian Formation classes for children and youth meet most Sundays from 10 to 11 a.m. from September through May.Learn More
Your support enables every worship service, outreach ministry, youth and children’s program, fellowship and formation event…in other words, all that we do!
If you have any questions about giving to St. Paul's, please contact:
Pam O’Halloran, Director of Operations
Saint Paul’s is a 501(c)(3) not for profit religious organization.
Pledges are our largest source of annual funding. A pledge is an estimate for what a household plans to give financially over the course of the current year. Pledges are most helpful because they make it possible for Saint Paul’s to make a budget for the year.
To make a payment to your pledge, log in to realm.
Many faithful parishioners, past and present, have become members of the St. Paul’s Legacy Society by establishing end-of-life gifts to support the church in perpetuity.
Making a gift in the form of stock or mutual funds allows you to have an immediate impact on our work, while also possibly paying less in income taxes.