61 Wood St.
Hopkinton, MA 01748
508-435-4536 + Fax: 508-544-8205
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Sunday Service Schedule

10:45 AM - Holy Eucharist Rite II (contemporary)

Coffee and Hospitality follows the service in the parish hall.

Pot Luck - Second Sunday of each month following the service.

Nursery care is also provided


We are thankful that you are here and have chosen to learn more about St. Paul's Episcopal Church through our website. We encourage you to explore the site and read about our church and parish.

Sunday Worship at St. Paul's is Eucharist-centered. The 10:45 AM Sunday morning liturgy includes a variety of sacred, classical and contemporary music. Please read more about St. Paul's and our Sunday worship here.

If you have questions, please don't hesitate to contact the church office via the number above or via email St. Paul's email. To contact a member of the vestry, or check out the Vestry meeting minutes click here.


The Rev. Gordon Schultz Joins St. Paul’s Church in Hopkinton
January 30th, 2015

St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Hopkinton is pleased to announce that the Reverend Gordon Schultz will be joining the church as a bridge priest, effective February 1, 2015. Gordon–as he likes to be called– most recently was with St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Brookline, and has served    Read More →

Q & A with Rev. Gordon Schultz
January 30th, 2015

How did you come to be the Bridge Priest for St. Paul’s?
I had been a Lutheran Theologian-in-Residence at two Episcopal churches, Trinity in Concord and St. Paul’s in Brookline for a few years and I found myself wanting to spend more time in ministry. So, since there are many more Episcopal    Read More →

This week’s Sunday Announcements
January 18th, 2015

Farewell and Thanks to Rev. Rebecca Black: We are excited about our future but are sad to say good-bye today to Mother Rebecca. Her leadership and steady hand have been important to helping us navigate some challenging times since May. We wish her well in her continued ministry at A Special    Read More →

Clergy Update: Welcome, Gordon Schultz!
January 11th, 2015

We are extremely pleased to announce that Rev. Gordon Schultz has agreed to come to St. Paul’s as our next Bridge Priest. Gordon (as he prefers to be called), will start leading our worship on Sunday, February 1. Please join us in welcoming Gordon to St. Paul’s!

Food Pantry and Project Just Because Needs
January 10th, 2015

Next Food Pantry Sunday is February 8 to support the Hopkinton Food Pantry.
Non-perishable foods are needed, as well as toiletries, including:

Baby wipes
Shampoo and conditioner

Clothing and non-perishable food items can be dropped off at St. Paul’s,    Read More →

Upcoming Vestry Meetings
January 10th, 2015

The St. Paul’s monthly Vestry meetings are open to parishioners. The next routine Vestry meeting will be on Sunday, February 8 at 12:30 pm in the Parish Hall.

On occasion, other meetings are held with diocesan staff or consultants or as Vestry retreats which at times are Executive    Read More →

In Memoriam – Bishop Thomas Shaw
November 1st, 2014

The Diocese of Massachusetts is sharing a beautiful photo collage to celebrate the life of Bishop Tom Shaw. We are blessed to have had this great man as our shepherd and leader over the years. We will remember    Read More →

Giving Back to God – Stewardship
October 19th, 2014

Over the coming weeks, prayerfully consider contributing from your time, talent, presence, and treasure to the work of God here at St Paul’s. During our Worship Services, you will be hearing many ways we can and must participate in our church community.

If you have not yet received    Read More →

Youth: Meeting Dates for Rite 13 / J2A
September 29th, 2014

You are invited to join other teens from St. Paul’s and Christ Church for a fun and rewarding program designed just for you!

For all teens in 6th – 10th grades

Our first meeting this year is on October 5 at 5:30 pm at St. Paul’s.

The    Read More →

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