WORSHIP AT ST. PAUL CHURCH
Note: As of April 2021, we are offering limited in-person worship, as well as broadcasting the service online at our Facebook page at 10:00am on Sundays, via Facebook Live. All services are also made available at the Sermons page of our website (we usually have the videos uploaded within an hour of the live service).
In-Person Worship Plan – We have updated our In-Person Worship Plan, as of April 2021. Beginning April 18, we will no longer have a sign-up form for worship. Instead, worshipers will be seated on a first-come, first-served basis at our 10:00am service. After we reach 100 people, additional worshipers will be invited to the overflow worship space. Read the full plan here.
In-Person Worship Signup for April 11
April 11, 2021 Worship in the Sanctuary at 10:00am – Sign up here to attend in person!
Fill out a Connection Card to record your attendance, request information about St. Paul, or offer prayer requests each Sunday morning during worship.
Bulletins and Family Worship Packets
The Sunday bulletin is typically added to this page no later than the Friday before the service. Family Worship Packets for families with children are also available below.
There are several ways of finding the livestream worship service on Sunday mornings:
1. St. Paul Facebook Page: Go to the St. Paul Facebook page where the Live Video will automatically start playing when it goes live. If you arrive early, you may need to Refresh the page a few times before you see it. We start the livestream at around 9:52am, so join us a bit before 10:00am to settle in, fill out a Connection Card, and say hello to everyone in the comments!
2. Facebook Watch: Or you can click on “Watch” on the left side of the screen on desktop or laptop, which will give you the option to select Live Videos (videos that are live at that moment). Or on a mobile device, click on the three lines at the bottom (iPhone) or top (Android) of your device and look for Live Videos there. You can also use the Facebook Watch app to watch the service on your TV.
3. Scheduled Event: We schedule worship as a Facebook Event a few days before Sunday. Then we “Go Live” from that event. In theory, you should be able to access the live service from that event.
We hope these tips help you find our livestream on Sunday morning. See you then!
Whether the style of worship is traditional or contemporary, we desire to offer our best to God. At St. Paul Church we offer 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 The spirited contemporary service, KOINONIA, takes place on the second floor of our Family Life Center at 9:00am. 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 Sunday morning services.
Sunday Mornings | 8:30am | 11:00am – Sanctuary
Our 11:00am traditional Sunday worship service takes place in the sanctuary and includes congregational hymns accompanied by pipe organ and choir, readings from the Old and New Testaments, liturgical responses, a sermon, a children’s moment, and (on the first Sunday of each month) Holy Communion. The 8:30am service is similar but slightly abbreviated and takes place in the sanctuary.
Our traditional service incorporates hymns, readings, and ceremonies based on centuries of church worship, woven into a rich tapestry of worship and praise. From the congregational reading of church creeds to the singing of hymns from the 16th century to the present, traditional worship at St. Paul is dedicated to glorifying God and sharing the good news of the gospel. You’re welcome to join every Sunday for worship, song, and prayer.
Sunday Mornings | 9:00am | Family Life Center
We celebrate worship with KOINONIA in the Family Life Center each Sunday morning at 9:00am. The rich heritage and quality of worship leadership that has marked the history of St. Paul is enlivened with a new language of music, prayer, drama, and visual arts. Our pastors lead us in Scripture and its relevance for our lives, preaching the same sermon heard at our traditional services but in a more relaxed setting.
Our experienced Worship Team comprises singers, instrumentalists, and audio and visual technicians, all dedicated to making worship vibrant and life-changing. Come celebrate with us! (And yes, you can bring your coffee and donuts into the service from the Common Cup.)
For thus says the Lord God, the Holy One of Israel: In returning and rest you shall be saved; In quietness and in trust shall be your strength.– ISAIAH 30:15