First Time Visitor?

Please join us.  As our sign says, "The Episcopal Church Welcomes You!"  You'll find a welcoming group of people here at St. Paul's.  We're a family-sized parish and that may be just what you find, a family.  We are a diverse congregation with young families, single individuals, and middle-aged, and older retired people.


Each Sunday after the worship service we join together in the Parish Hall for coffee hour and fellowship.  We also gather frequently for potlucks which gives us opportunities for fellowship and celebration.


What You Can Expect

The Episcopal Church provides joyful, respectful, Christ-centered worship.  Here at St. Paul's, most of our worship services are Holy Eucharist (Holy Communion) which have two primary parts: one called the Liturgy of the Word centered around the Gospel and Bible readings and a homily or sermon. The second part is called the Great Thanksgiving or Liturgy of the Table. The Great Thanksgiving celebrates Holy Communion.


In the Episcopal Church we recognize that it is Christ's table and all baptized Christians are all welcome to receive Communion regardless of age or denomination.


Our Sunday services have either traditional organ music or more contemporary guitar music.  The music alternates each week.


During the school year, St. Paul's has Sunday School for all children from ages 2 years and up.  Sunday School begins at 9:00 am. The children join the congregation for the second half of the service, Holy Communion.


During Coffee Hour (immediately after the Sunday Service), we have a discussion group called Episcopalian 101, where we discuss the theology and history of the church.  No prior study or homework required - just come find out what the church teaches about Jesus and our faith, and bring your questions!

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