A House of Prayer for All People

St. Paul’s Episcopal Church welcomes people of all faiths and perspectives to worship with us. We typically offer three Sunday morning services from Labor Day through Memorial Day and two Sunday morning services during the summer, with a 5:00 p.m. service in the chapel year-round. Exceptions may be made at Easter and Christmas, Confirmation Sunday and other Sundays between September and June. Consult our weekly emailed newsletter, you can sign up for the emails here >> for details on specific Sundays. You can also view archived weekly emails here >>

The 1979 Book of Common Prayer (BCP) provides the services of Morning and Evening Prayer, the Holy Eucharist, and the Burial Office in both traditional language (Rite 1) and contemporary language (Rite 2).

The nave refers to the main, and oldest worship space at St. Paul’s. The chapel is located across from the nave through the loggia.

Besides the weekly email, you can also view upcoming services times on our facilities calendar here >

For details on upcoming Sunday live-stream information please visit here >>

A house of prayer for all people.