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.
A quiet and contemplative Holy Communion service with no music. View Activity
The Saint Paul's Choir practices in between services, and is always looking for new volunteers desirous to offer their musical gifts to God! Please speak with Fr. Oldfield or Mr. Charlie Manship for more details. View Activity
Be sure to attend one our classes to deepen your knowledge of the Bible and the Christian faith. We offer catechesis for adults and children. View Activity
Jesus tells us in his parable that only the soil of “an honest and good heart” can cultivate the fruits... Listen To Sermon
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Simeon and Anna are examples of the beatitude that those “pure of heart” shall see God. The Light of Christ... Listen To Sermon
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.
A Faith to Believe
Teaching the Faith is at the heart of forming Christians after the image of the Lord Jesus Christ. Saint Paul’s Church facilitates various Bible studies and other opportunities for growing in the knowledge of God for all ages.
A Place to Belong
Saint Paul’s Church warmly welcomes all who seek after God in and through Jesus Christ. Saint Paul’s provides a welcoming and stable home for families to grow in love for our Lord and His Church through outreach and building community.
A Rule for Life
Our Lord calls each of us to order our lives around His Gospel in order to become good subjects of his Kingdom. Saint Paul’s Church gives all of her members a way to live in the world which honors our Lord Jesus Christ.
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.
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 3 to 6 pm. We always take food donations and welcome new volunteers. Please contact the parish office if you have any questions.
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 and Thursdays until 6 pm. We’re always taking volunteers ready to give back in thanksgiving to Jesus Christ.
Jesus said, “suffer little children to come unto me, and forbid them not: for of such is the kingdom of God,” (St. Luke 18:16). Saint Paul’s Church takes children seriously, and we seek to honor our Lord’s command by coming alongside parents to help them form their children to be lifelong disciples of Jesus Christ.
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