Worship and Music
Worship is at the heart of all that we do at St. Paul’s. Whether lively or contemplative, traditional or contemporary, our services are spirited and joyful. We welcome all to join us as we lift our voices to the Lord.
- Saturday, 6pm, Sanctuary, no music
- Sunday, 8 am, Chapel, no music
- Sunday, 8:45am, Sanctuary
Music led by the band with Children’s Chapel during the service
- Sunday, 10:45am, Sanctuary
Music led by Organ and choirs
- Wednesday, 11am, Sanctuary
To access the Sanctuary, please use the Washington Road entrance, unless you need the elevator (through the middle parking lo…
For Livestreams of Christmas Pageants and Christmas Eve Services,
please go to the Celebrate Christmas page.
Sunday at 10:45 am and Wednesday at 11 am
We will be livestreaming our service on Sundays at 10:45am, and our Wednesday services at 11am using Facebook Live or watch below.
During worship, many people perform unique and specific roles. The deacon reads the Gospel and prepares the table. The priests preach and celebrate.
Yet there are many lay individuals whose ministries add to the richness and glory of our worship. Everyone interested in joining one of these ministries can speak with a member of the clergy or someone involved in the ministry.
- Altar …
In the life of the Episcopal Church, sacraments are “an outward and visible sign of an invisible and spiritual grace.” They help us to mark and celebrate what God has already done for us, and how God is working in our lives. Oftentimes, sacraments also help us mark pivotal moments in life, like birth, marriage, and death.
Everyone is welcome into the life of the sacraments in th…Read More »
From participating in traditional choir and contemporary ensemble, to listening to and enjoying performances -- music is central to life at St. Paul's!
The Chancel Choir, under the direction of Doug Starr, sings at the 10:45 service and specializes in singing the great hymns and historic music of the Church. Supported by our magnificent pipe organ and other in…Read More »