Visit our Weekend Schedule page for a week by week listing of Sunday worship and ministries.

Sunday Services at St. Paul’s

Because our worship services are so different, we would encourage you to just pick the one that seems right at first, but to explore the other options as well! All of our services are open for worshippers of any age.

8 AM – Spoken Holy Eucharist

This is a spoken service of word and communion, based on the Book of Common Prayer (BCP), without hymns or service music. It is a quiet service intended to offer a tranquil start to the week. Worshippers sit in the chancel near the altar.

9 AM – Family-Oriented Holy Eucharist

This is an informal service that takes place on the Labyrinth and uses a variety of sources and musical styles, and is intentionally geared toward families with children and teenagers. Learn more about it.

11 AM – Choral Eucharist

Following the Book of Common Prayer, this service reflects our parish’s particular expression of the Episcopal tradition. Saint Paul’s Choir sings at this service and it contains hymns and choral anthems, a sermon, uses Rite II (present day) language, and is traditional in nature but relaxed. Our adult choir and choristers form an intergenerational choral community of almost 80 people. Families with children are very welcome at this service, and you are encouraged to help your child navigate through the worship leaflet. This service is live-streamed on Sundays.

Sunday evenings (5 PM or 7 PM as scheduled)

Every Sunday evening presents an opportunity for prayer and worship at St. Paul’s.  The liturgies of Choral Evensong and Compline rotate through the weeks, interspersed with Taizé prayer services and specific seasonal services or events.  A weekly schedule and descriptions of each kind of service are found here.

Worship Ministries

Learn more about the ministries which support worship at Saint Paul’s.  We have opportunities for all ages and talents.

Sermons at Saint Paul’s

Missed a service?  Visit our YouTube page to view all services since March 2020.

All are welcome to worship at St. Paul’s, with no exception. We value our diversity of age, spiritual engagement, religious background, race, sexual orientation, and gender. Visitor cards are available on the registration table in the narthex, if you would like to know more about the St. Paul’s community.