Praise & Thanksgiving

The creative worship at St. Paul’s sustains and empowers us. It brings us comfort and offers much-needed time for reflection. It gives us strength, courage, and joy as we go out into the world, to serve others in Jesus’ name. St. Paul’s seeks to live into a radical welcome for all people. We strive to serve our youngest members as well as we do our mature parishioners. Our worship is enriched by commemorations of Indigenous Peoples Day, the Rev. Absalom Jones, the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Juneteenth, and the Seasons of Creation.

Sunday worship offers the most diverse occasions for praising God together as we celebrate the Holy Eucharist (also called Communion and the Lord’s Supper). All are welcome to participate.

On the First Thursday of each month, a service of Eucharist and healing is offered in the Great Hall at 11 a.m.

Most services are livestreamed or available on Zoom.

Click here for weekly worship documents.

Sunday services:

8:00 a.m.: Quiet Eucharist (Rite II, BCP) in the nave and livestreamed

9:00 a.m.: Non-Traditional Eucharist, featuring inclusive language and music in the Great Hall & on Zoom, followed by Family Group.

10:30 a.m.: Choral Eucharist (Rite II, Expansive Language BCP and Enriching Our Worship) in the nave & livestreamed, followed by fellowship in the Great Hall

First Sunday of the month:

8:00 a.m. Celtic Morning Prayer in the nave

10:30 a.m. Life Together, combining non-traditional and traditional elements. Location varies.

Marking Life’s Passages

If you or a member of your family would like to be baptized, confirmed, or married at St. Paul’s, please contact us at, or call our office and ask to speak with one of our priests. Funerals, memorial services, and interment in St. Paul’s memorial garden should also be planned in consultation with them.