Welcome to St. Paul's

Many of us have come from different faith traditions; some from no tradition.  However, all of us have been drawn to this sacred place seeking answers to life's deeper questions. 

As an intergenerational community of faith, we celebrate God's graciousness by proclaiming in word and deed that God's love is abundant and unconditional. Our spiritual commitment to social justice and ministry beyond our walls calls us to individual and collective action.

Wherever you are on your journey with, or toward God, from any tradition or none, you are welcomed and invited to experience God's life-giving grace and peace with us at St. Paul's.



please see "Weekly Calendar" below for details

8:00 -- Contemplative Communion Service in Chapel with time for silence and shared reflections on the readings

9:00 -- Christian Education for All Ages:  Sunday School and Youth Group in Lower Level, Adult Education in Lichtenberger Room

10:00 -- Holy Communion with Music, Choir and Sermon in the Sanctuary

11:00 -- Coffee and Conversation


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Answering God's Call, Sharing our Gifts

2016 has been an important year for St. Paul’s, and it’s not over yet! The work we do now through our stewardship campaign will allow us to develop our 2017 budget, program, and staffing to respond to our abundant growth. Click here to read parishioner stories by Margaret Blood, Ayanna McPhail and Jackson Braider about their journeys of spirit-filled stewardship discernment. For Stewardship Fast Facts, please click here. If you have more questions about stewardship, please email the chair of the stewardship team, Leah at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..



Sunday, September 18th we had an All Parish Meeting to prepare for our upcoming capital campaign. The Vestry (our community elected leadership of St. Paul's) hired an architecture firm to conduct a feasibility and engineering study of our building. Click Here to see the power point we reviewed. If you have feedback or comments, please add it to this document or email Eliza at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with your input, your preferred method of communication and your contact information.



Click here to see the report and photos of our tower

As you may have noticed, there is scaffolding covering our St. Paul's Street entrance to the church. This is because after 180 years, the mortar in the tower is crumbling and needs restoration. The scaffolding is a safety measure to prevent loose mortar from conking anybody's head.

St. Paul's is a historical, architecturally significant building, so there is grant money available to help our community pay for the necessary restoration.

If you have skills in finding and/or writing grants, please email Eliza at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.



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