St. Paul's Episcopal Church

A place to belong, whoever you are, just as you are


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Worship During COVID-19

  • Bishop Rob will be holding Sunday online worship services at 10:00 am, as well as some special Holy Week services. Details and links for those services can be found here. 
  • Click here to join St. Paul’s Virtual Coffee Hour at 11:00 am each Sunday morning!
  • Rev. Kate is hosting Morning Prayer online Monday through Saturday. These videos can be accessed in the box just below this one.

Most Recent Videos

Morning Prayer for Tuesday, March 31st 

Morning Prayer for Monday, March 30th

Taize Music recorded for just for you by Heather, our Director of Music Ministries 

All Morning Prayer Videos

All Bedtime Story with Rev. Kate Videos

All Recordings from Heather, our Director of Music Ministries

“Questions of the Heart” Lenten Quiet Day Resource

While our in-person Quiet Day with Rev. Kate has been cancelled, she has put together a program designed to be used at home. Click Questions of the Heart Journal to read, download, or print the Quiet Day booklet. Several paper copies are also available in the entryway of St. Paul’s office entrance during the week as well. Email Rev. Kate afterwards to let us know how your Quiet Day at home went!


Thank you for visiting the website for St. Paul’s Episcopal Church. We are a vibrant community of faith in downtown Concord, New Hampshire. People of all ages, circumstances, and religious backgrounds discover a warm welcome at St. Paul’s, and experience a powerful sense of God’s love and care. We take our mission very seriously:

A place to belong, whoever you are, just as you are.

St. Paul’s has a wide range of activities and programs, and serves the local community in many different ways. You are always welcome to contact us by phone or email, or stop by in person. Enjoy your visit to our website. I hope to welcome you to St. Paul’s very soon.

-Rev. Kate Atkinson

St. Paul’s, and the greater Episcopal Church, warmly welcomes and supports the rights of the LGBTQ community. All of God’s children are welcome to worship and serve in the Episcopal Church.