Welcome To St. Paul’s Episcopal Church

The third oldest Episcopal Church in Maine, we are a strong mix of tradition and new vitality. We have welcomed people since 1844 and are happy to count you among them. We invite you to explore this website to get a sense of who we are, all that we offer spiritually and do with and for each other, and for people in the local, state, and international communities of which we are a part. We invite you to get a sense of who we are and why we choose to be a part of this vital and energized worshiping community.

We hope that you will try us out as well.

Sunday Worship Schedule

8:00            Quiet Eucharist In The Nave & Live Streamed

 9:00           Non-Traditional Eucharist in the Great Hall & on Zoom

 9:30           Family Group following the service

10:30         Choral Eucharist in the Nave & Live Streamed

Noon         Middle & High School gathering (meets 2nd & 4th Sundays)

On the first Sundays of the month, we join together for a single worship service at 10:30 am in the Nave, and Live Streamed called First Sundays Life Together.

On the first Sunday of the month, we offer Celtic Morning Prayer at 8:00 a.m.





What‘s Happening at St. Paul’s

12.4.22 Advent 2                                                             The Rev. Katie Holicky, Assistant Rector Advent is a time we slow down and prepare our hearts, minds, and bodies to welcome Jesus at Christmas! This week, John the Baptist is reminding us that we must get ready. But before we turn to John… What is this? (picture of a light […]

Year A; Advent 1FB; 11.27.2022 Isaiah 2:1-5; Matthew 24:36-44             In the 1979 Viet Nam War movie, “Apocalypse Now,” the character that Robert Duval played was a loose-cannon type Army Cavalry officer supervising a helicopter gunship fly-over of a coastal village. The approach to the village was designed to intimidate and destroy the village supposedly […]

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Keep up to date with what is happening at St. Paul’s by signing up for our weekly emails. We have two weekly emails.

  • “What’s Happening at St. Paul’s”   includes a message from our rector, The Rev. Carolyn Eklund,  news of the parish, and prayer requests.
  • You can also sign up for  “The St. Paul’s Family Worship Weekly Postcard” which gives you all the news especially useful to families with children.