When you enter St. Paul’s, walk right up to the Welcome Center desk and ask any questions you have about St. Paul’s or the worship service.

welcome centerEverything you’ll need to actively participate in Worship is included in the bulletin which the Worship Greeter will give you as you enter. St. Paul’s is an Episcopal Church, so our worship service is directly from the Book of Common Prayer. The music at St. Paul’s is a mix of familiar and beloved hymns and fresh praise music. You don’t need to sing if you don’t want to, but don’t be surprised if you feel like joining your voice in praise!

We celebrate Holy Communion every Sunday, and all baptized people (of any age) are invited to receive Communion. Unbaptized persons, or those who simply do not wish to receive Communion, are invited to receive a blessing instead. Taking Communion is really pretty easy – simply follow the instructions of the Worship Greeters and you’ll be in good hands.

Children are an important part of life at St. Paul’s. Your children are welcome to stay with you during Worship; or they may participate in Children’s Worship, which is recommended for mature 3 year olds through 6th grade. Children’s Worship is organized in age appropriate groups. Children join you for Holy Communion.

For infants through age 3, we have a nursery with an experienced staff. Christian education (which we call Grow) is an essential part of our nursery, so you can expect even the youngest will Worship!