The primary way to participate in worship with St. Paul’s Episcopal Church at this time is livestreaming. In addition to our Livestreaming Worship, we also are offering several supplementary opportunities to receive communion or worship in person. All services require pre-registration, and registration forms go live each Friday at 7:00AM for the following Sunday. We are not able to take registrations at the door. All services are weather permitting, in case of inclement weather an email will be sent out an hour before the service.
On Sundays we will offer Communion Appointments in the St. Paul’s Sanctuary from 2-3PM (If these time slots fill up, we will add more from 3-4PM). Communion Appointments are a time when members of your household come for a short private service and receive the Eucharist in the sanctuary. Adults and older children will wear masks, which can be removed to receive communion. You will enter and exit the building through the Washington Road entrance and access to other parts of the building will not be possible. Please indicated on your registration if you need elevator access and someone will meet you at the elevator entrance at the appointed time. Please sign up here.
We also have several small “bring your own chair or blanket” services outside in St. Margaret’s Garden and at the Old Saint Luke’s grounds.
Services in St. Margaret’s Garden will be at 8AM and 9:15AM on Sunday. These are limited to 20 households each. You must register in advance, and please read the entire instructions on the registration page before registering. Please sign up here.
Services at Old St. Luke’s Grounds will be at 1PM on Sundays. If the service fills up, we will add a second service at 2:15PM. You must register in advance, and please read the entire instructions on the registration page before registering. These are limited to 20 households each. Please sign up here.
If you would like to be added to the list to receive a no-contact Eucharistic visit, which happens approximately every other weekend, please sign up here.