As God’s people, we gather together to worship and praise our Lord God. This is our duty and devotion to the One who has made, redeemed, and sanctified all creation. We gather in the name of Jesus Christ, the incarnate Son of God. Through the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus, we are drawn into relationship with God, and we are empowered to serve.
At St. Paul’s, we worship twice on Sunday morning – 8:00am and 10:30am. In both services, we hear the Word of God proclaimed and preached, and we celebrate the Holy Eucharist or Holy Communion. Before His crucifixion, Jesus taught us that, if we share bread and wine together in His name, they will be the outward and visible signs of His presence with us. Through the sharing of these elements, our lives are renewed, strengthened, and empowered.
We invite all people to come and share in our worship. In both services, we praise God’s glorious name; we seek God’s guidance; we pray for God’s intercession in our lives; and we request God’s empowerment to carry on His ministry in the world. The first service at 8:00am uses traditional language (Rite I) and is without music. The second service at 10:30am uses contemporary language (Rite II) and has organ music and a choir.
A nursery is offered during the 10:30am service for any children who are too young or do not want to participate in the service. However, all children are welcome at both services. In the Narthex, you will find Children's Worship Bulletins and crayons for the children that provide them an outlet of expression.
Please join us as we worship God together. We have a promise that as we do, God Himself will be among us.