Worship

Whether you’ve never stepped into a church before or you’re a lifelong worshiper, the friendly people of Saint Paul’s will welcome you and help you feel at home.

Join Us for Worship

Worship schedule (September to June)

Holy Eucharist Service Sundays

8 and 10 a.m.
“Prayground” children’s area and integrated youth education part of 10 am service.

Servicios en Español

Cada jueves a las 6 pm!
Más información pronto! 

Family Mass

5:30 p.m. on the first Saturday of each month

Morning Prayer

Tuesdays at 9 a.m. in the library

How We Worship

Our Sunday worship is in the style of traditional liturgy: there is a set service of Holy Communion, from the Book of Common Prayer, which is the container that holds the flow of our worship through Scripture and the seasons. Different Bible passages are read each week, and the prayer we bring to each service makes each Sunday a little different even as we do what might seem at first like the same thing each time. Even our two Sunday services, while using the same liturgy, feel quite different: Our 8 am service is quiet, intimate, and reflective. Our 10 am service is larger and joyous, and also includes music. Children and families are especially welcomed at the 10 am, where a “prayground” offers space for busy little ones, who are welcomed to join Pastor Marisa at the altar so they can see close-up the drama of the ancient rites of the Mass. 

On the first Saturday of each month at 5:30 pm, we hold “Family Mass,” which is an all-ages service especially for those with short attention spans and requires no reading skills. Supper follows, so that parents of little ones can transition from church straight into bath & bedtime routines.

Every Thursday at 6 pm, all are welcome to a service of Holy Communion primarily conducted in Spanish, though those who only read or speak in English will also find accommodation. This new congregation is growing and we sing joyful Latin American worship music, led by Rev. José Reyes. 

On Tuesday mornings at 9 am, a small group gathers for Morning Prayer, led by lay members of the congregation. 

While priests are the most obvious leaders of worship, they are not the only ones. Episcopal churches highly value the service of Licensed Eucharistic Ministers, Lectors, Acolytes, and Crucifers. People of any age can assist with the services in these roles, and we have leaders from 8 to 80-something. 

Accessibility

  • Wheelchair accessible worship space and church hall. Altar area is fully wheelchair accessible.
  • Assisted listening devices for the hearing impaired.
  • We will bring the Eucharist to you if you have mobility difficulties.
  • ​Ushers available to assist you.

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