Saint Paul’s Church

Bringing Ancient Faith to a Modern World

Come & Worship With Us : 7200 N. Wickham Road Melbourne, FL 32940

Announcements

COVID-19 Announcement: We are open! Come worship Almighty God with us at 8 or 10 AM.

Masks and hand-sanitizer are available at the entrance of the church, and other reasonable precautions have been taken, so that you can come back to church with confidence.

Our Church Gathers On Sundays At

08:00 AM – Holy Communion (Said)

10:00 AM – Holy Communion (Sung)

Since the first Easter Morning, Sunday has been set apart as “the Lord’s Day,” a weekly celebration of the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead. At Saint Paul’s Church, we look forward to the “life of the world to come” and participate in it by doing what our Lord commanded us to do in His Holy Gospel: gathering to celebrate our Lord’s death and resurrection in the Holy Communion.

Activities

Holy Communion (said)

This Holy Communion is quiet, contemplative, and brief. It is meant to allow those most vulnerable to COVID-19 to return to worship with less risk. Please wear a mask! View Activity

Morning Prayer

Start your day in prayer with Saint Paul’s as we worship God through song, chant, reading Holy Scripture, and asking for all needs of the body and the soul for the day. View Activity

“And they continued stedfastly in the apostles' doctrine and fellowship, and in breaking of bread, and in prayers…”

- The Acts of the Apostles 2:42 -

Sermons

Our Core Values

Saint Paul’s Church exists to preach the Gospel of Jesus Christ that all may be saved. In order to form lifelong Christians, we strive to be a place where the faith is earnestly taught, where all are warmly welcomed, and where our lives are ordered around Christ and His Church. This led Saint Paul’s Church to focus on the values of Catechesis, Hospitality, and Prayer, so that we can give to everyone who comes a Faith to Believe, a Place to Belong, and a Rule for Life.

God Designed You To Be In Community

Human beings were created to be in fellowship with God and with one another. The Holy Spirit unites all Christians to the Father through our Lord Jesus Christ and to each other in one Body, the Church. Saint Paul’s invites you and your family to come and experience the love of Jesus Christ and the joy of salvation in our parish family.

MINISTRIES

Food Pantry

Jesus Christ calls his Church to feed the hungry (St. Matthew 25:35-40). Saint Paul’s answers the call with a thriving ministry to feed local families in need. Our food pantry is currently open on Tuesdays from 2 to 5 pm. We always take food donations and welcome new volunteers. Please contact the parish office if you have any questions.

Angels in the Attic

Saint Paul’s Church hosts Angels in the Attic, a thrift shop, which ministers to our wider community. All purchases help support the ministry of Saint Paul’s Church as well as other various local organizations doing good. All donations are tax deductible. Open Monday through Saturday from 10 am to 3 pm. We’re always taking volunteers ready to give back to Jesus Christ.

Family Ministry

Jesus said, “suffer little children to come unto me... for of such is the kingdom of God”. Saint Paul’s takes children seriously, and we honor our Lord’s command by coming alongside parents to help them form their children to be lifelong Christians. We are happy to host Catechesis of the Good Shepherd! CGS forms children to know Christ through the Scriptures and the Liturgy in a way that fills them with delight and wonder.

Classical Education

Coming soon in the Fall of 2021! Saint Paul's Church will launch Saint Paul's Classical School as a faithful Christian option for educating the children of our parish and serving our wider community. Classical education cultivates wisdom and virtue within students, as well as develop their moral and spiritual character. Sign up for more information through the link!

Jesus said, “I am Alpha and Omega, the beginning and the end. I will give unto him that is athirst of the fountain of the water of life freely.”

- Revelation 21:6 -

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