Worshipping the Lord in the beauty of holiness is the work of the people and the definition of the word liturgy. Our 8:00 service is traditional, without music, and follows Rite I of The Book of Common Prayer. Our late service, held at 10:45 after Labor Day and until Memorial Day weekend is filled with the richness of Anglican hymnody, a wonderful choir and the voices of young and old following Rite II.
We enjoy a rich diversity of the prayerbook’s offerings including Morning and Evening Prayer and its occasional services including A Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols, Blessing of the Animals and a Holy Week culminating in The Great Vigil of Easter held in our graveyard at dawn as the Paschal Candle is lit from the first fire of Easter. We follow the Revised Common Lectionary appreciating the fuller use of Scripture which we believe contains “ all things necessary for salvation.”
We currently offer two opportunities to worship with us on Sunday mornings:
- 8 am - Holy Eucharist Rite I
No musical accompaniment
- 10:45 am - Holy Eucharist Rite II
During the 10:45 am service, we also offer Children's Chapel. During Children's Chapel, children aged Preschool through 5th grade have their own worship service in the Parish Hall, where they …Read More »
During the week, we offer three opportunities to worship with us:
- Tuesdays 8:30 am - Morning Prayer Rite II.
- Wednesdays 12 pm - Holy Eucharist Rite II. No choir accompaniment.
- Thursdays 5:30 pm- Evening Prayer Rite II.
At St. Paul's, we understand that not everyone is ready to return to large Sunday gatherings for worship. Therefore, we offer weekday options as a safe alternative …Read More »
The quote often attributed to St. Augustine, "A prayer sung is a prayer prayed twice" speaks to the importance of music as part of the spiritual experience. Built on the solid foundation of former St. Paul's musicians, the Music Program at St. Paul's is deeply rooted in the Anglican and Episcopalian musical traditions. We source our hymnody from the Hymnal 1982 as well as supplem…Read More »
Baptism. Communion. Marriage. Funerals. At these extraordinary times, we celebrate them as sacraments. According to the Book of Common Prayer, sacraments are "outward and visible signs of inward and spiritual grace, given by Christ as sure and certain means by which we receive that grace." We look forward to sharing these special sacramental moments with you.