Whenever someone new is found in our midst, it is a gift from God.
We offer extensive programs for children and youth, adult education programs throughout the week, and many fellowship opportunities. We have five music ensembles for people of all ages and abilities, and great music for our worship services ranging from our world-class pipe organ and choir at our 10:45 Sunday morning service to a more contemporary repertoire at our 8:45 service. We have opportunities for service to the wider community, along with loving care and spiritual friendship from clergy and parishioners during times of joy, need or everyday life.
There is a place here for you.
I hope you will find the information on our website helpful as you explore the opportunities in our faith community. Please know that the other clergy and I am available to you. I would love to talk or meet with you to answer any questions you may have about the Church or about where you are on your spiritual path. Please feel free to call or email me.
Know that you are always welcome here.
The Reverend Noah H. Evans
St. Paul’s Vision & Mission
We are a beacon of Christ’s love.
We celebrate Christ’s love:
Each of us warmly welcomes all, no matter where they are in life or in their spiritual journey. We offer a refuge where people of all ages can learn and grow spiritually in their relationship with God. We joyfully act on our faith through service to others. We are leaders in the Diocese, sharing our strength and resources with others. We give generously to make our vision a reality, recognizing everything that we have is a gift from God.
Our Welcome Statement
Know that God loves everyone, no exceptions.
You are always welcome at God’s table at St. Paul’s.
St Paul’s is a spiritual home and welcoming community to people of all ages, generations, educational backgrounds, financial means, abilities and disabilities, races, ethnicities and nationalities, without regard to sexual orientation, gender, gender identity/expression, with many different family and religious backgrounds. Some of us are lifelong Episcopalians; some were raised in other Protestant denominations or in the Roman Catholic Church; some are new to the Christian faith; some are not quite sure what they believe. There is a place here for you.