In worship we gather as a community of believers and are challenged to learn and live according to the Word of God proclaimed by Jesus Christ. We are inspired by outstanding music presented by children, youth, and adults; we are renewed by the Sacraments; we rejoice in God’s Word; we join in prayer.
St. Paul offers a wide array of worship options and many ways for you to either express yourself through music or enjoy the music performed by others. From our unique medieval Boar’s Head Festival through Christian rock music by our teen members, and from contemplative time through contemporary worship, we have a way for you to connect to God through music and worship.
Whether the style of worship is traditional or contemporary or contemplative, we desire to offer our best to God.
St. Paul Church offers three Sunday morning worship services: two traditional and one contemporary. We conduct our traditional services in our beautiful “citizens’ Gothic” sanctuary at 8:30am and 11:00am. KOINONIA, the spirited contemporary service takes place on the second floor of our Family Life Center at 9:00am
We also offer a contemplative service on Wednesday evening (once every quarter) at 5:30pm in the chapel (second floor across from the sanctuary). This service, led by lay members, has time for music, reflection, and centering.
We provide hearing aids in the sanctuary for the hearing impaired in our traditional services. All services are wheelchair accessible. Childcare is available during all services.