In the Book of Common Prayer, the Catechism that outlines our faith says that “the ministers of the Church are lay persons, bishops, priests, and deacons” (BCP, 855). At St. Paul’s, we take very seriously that all people are called to minister in the church. That ministry can take on many different forms. If you would like to serve as a minister of the church, you can talk to our Parish Secretary.
Parish Life Ministries are something that we are looking to build back now that we are looking at what it means to be a a worshipping community amidst an ongoing pandemic. If you are interested in gathering with us in any of the ways that we are currently gathering, or have an idea for a new way to join together as a community, we would love to have you join us.
Support Ministries at St. Paul's help support the life and mission of the parish. In all that we do, we work hard to live into our mission statement acronym "A.M.E.N." (Anchored in God's Love, Moved by the Church's Sacraments, Empowered by the Holy Spirit, Nourishing the World in Jesus' Name). The Support Ministries of St. Paul's help make that possible and remind us that we neve…Read More »
The Book of Common Prayer states that we are all ministers of the church, lay and ordained. There are many ways that you can get involved in the Worship of St. Paul's. If you feel called to help us lead worship, look at all the different ways that you could potentially do that, and then contact one of our priests.