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Sunday Service Schedule
10:30 AM - Holy Eucharist Rite II (contemporary)
Holy Eucharist, Rite I - last Sunday of every month.
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 10:30 AM
Sunday morning liturgy includes a variety of sacred, classical and
contemporary music. Please read more about St. Paul's and our Sunday
If you have questions, please don't hesitate to contact the church
office via the number above or via email
. To contact a member of the vestry, or check out the Vestry meeting minutes click here
Celebrate Spring and Brighten your Garden, Deck and Porch!
On Palm Sunday, April 13 after our 10:30 a.m. Worship, potted pansies will be available for sale. Each 5″ pot will be available for $5. Payment can be made by cash or check made payable Read More →
We welcome you to join us during Holy Week
April 13, Palm Sunday
10:30 AM Worship with Eucharist at St. Paul’s
April 16, Wednesday Tenebrae
7:30 PM at Christ Church in Medway
April Read More →
The St. Paul’s Vestry monthly meetings are open to parishioners. The next Vestry meeting will be Wednesday, May 7 at 7-9 pm in the Parish Hall.
You are invited to join other teens from St. Pauls’ and Christ Church for a fun and rewarding program designed just for you!
For all teens in 6th – 10th grades:
Sunday April 13 — Rite 13 during church
Sunday May 4 – both Rite 13 and J2A
Sunday Read More →
While your vestries continue to work with the diocese to find us the right Priest in Charge, we are blessed to be welcoming two priests in the coming months.
April 13-May 4- The Rev. Brian Murdoch (Supply Priest) Read more about Brian’s ministry here. Click Read More →
Following are the suggestions for reading the Bible that Christine made in her sermon on Sunday, March 16:
• Read the entire gospel of Mark at one sitting, which most people can complete in one to two hours. What do you recognize about Jesus and what surprises you? Which characters Read More →
You have a prayer request. You can fill out a prayer request form (ask an usher if the forms aren’t available), call or email St. Paul’s office, speak to Sue Ramsley or Lori Robak, or go to the Prayer Group website. All Read More →
Food Pantry Items Needed:
Clothing and non-perishable food items can be dropped off at St. Paul’s, inside near the Office doors ANY Sunday (or Read More →
The flowers that adorn our altar area each week are prepared by members of our St. Paul’s Altar Guild and sponsored by individuals and families in our Parish.
Flowers may be donated simply “to the Glory of God” or may be designated for a specific commemoration. Altar flowers Read More →
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We have heard from Fr. Mike and Judy… they are settling in to their 286 sq ft. apartment in Jerusalem at St George’s College. To follow Fr. Mike’s blog during his year in the Holy Land, click here