Worship services are normally held each Sunday at 8 am and at 10 am. Please see the WORSHIP SCHEDULE in the left hand column of this page for the schedule for the coming week.
You may also wish to check out special worship services held at other times times and dates that feature the singing of the St. Paul's Choir.
|December 4||Advent II||5:00 pm||Messiah Sing|
|December 11||Advent III
||5:00 pm||Blue Christmas|
|December 18||Advent IV
||10:00 am||Christmas Pageant|
|December 24||Christmas Eve||5:00 pm||Christmas Service with children's homily and choirs|
|11:00 pm||"Midnight" Service with homily, choir and candlelight|
|December 25||Christmas Day||10:00 am||Holy Communion with homily and music|
|January 1||Christmas I||10:00 am||Christmas Lessons and Carols|
One week from today, , is Ash , the beginning of the liturgical season of Lent. St. Paul's marks the start of this season with a wide variety of traditions and services, which are described below.
Please join us as we prepare for and enter into the Lenten Season.
Wishing you a Holy Lent,
Jeff+ and Megan+
To sign up on the server spreadsheet as an acolyte, altar guild member, chalice bearer, greeter, lector, or usher, or to provide coffee hour, please click here for the server spreadsheet.
Acolytes serve as altar assistants to the presiding clergy during Sunday services at 10:00 AM. All children in second grade and above are invited to become acolytes.
Altar guild members set up and clear the altar for each service. They may also care for the church's altar linens and silver.
Chalice bearers administer the chalice (cup) of wine during Holy Communion.
Coffee hour hosts provide food, beverages, setup, and cleanup for the reception after the 10:00 service.
Greeters welcome visitors and new members at St. Paul's and help them find their way around the church.
Lectors (readers) read the Scripture lessons and intercessory prayers (also known as the Prayers of the People) during each worship service.
Ushers welcome people to the 10:00 service, distribute service bulletins, collect and present the offering, and guide the congregation during Holy Communion.