Sunday Morning Worship
In person services are offered at 8:00 am and 10:00 am. The 8:00 am service is also Live Streamed.
The recorded Sunday worship service with Agape is posted here by mid-afternoon each week. These services include hymns and musical pieces, the readings, sermon, and prayers recorded at that Sunday’s in-person worship, and the Sacred Meal for a Dispersed Community — or Agape.
(Live Zoom) Simple Saturday Service
Saturdays at 4:30 pm Enjoy the faces and voices of your St. Paul’s family during this live Saturday service via Zoom. We will worship using a variety of liturgical styles. The service includes readings, a sermon, announcements, and A Sacred Meal for a Dispersed Community.
Meeting ID: 920 0194 8085 / Passcode: 609993
Online Morning Prayer
A service of Morning Prayer is on Zoom Tuesdays and Thursdays at 7:30 am. The link to join can be found here. Meeting ID: 891 1658 9936 / Passcode: 788315
The service is about 25 minutes long and includes the Daily Office readings. During the seasons of Advent and Lent, Morning Prayer is replaced with daily Meditations created by members of the parish and clergy.
Past recorded services can be found here.
Paco and Robert
Our puppet friends came into their own during the lock-down, and they are continuing to make an appearance at some of our in-person Intergenerational Worship services. You can enjoy their latest interpretation of the gospel by visiting the Sunday Morning Worship page.
Coffee Hour Gathering
In person coffee hour is offered after both 8:00 and 10:00am Sunday worship services.
You may also visit with your St. Paul’s family during our live Coffee Hour on Zoom at 11:30 am! Fun and interesting conversation prompts allow us to stay in touch and also to learn something new about each other. Information about how to join this weekly gathering can be found here.
Hybrid is the new normal!
We have learned many lessons during the Pandemic, and one of the most significant is the importance of offering online opportunities for worship, fellowship, and formation. Thanks to a diocesan grant and a donation, we have invested in a “Zoom Cart” which will allow us to gather in a hybrid format. As meetings and events are scheduled, be sure to look out for the Zoom link that will enable you to take part — even if you cannot attend in person.
Our worship music collection, including pieces by our Quarantine Quire: St. Paul’s Virtual Choir, as well as postludes illustrated by the photography of St. Paul’s parishioners, can be found here.