Service Times & Descriptions

As of Sunday, August 20, 2023, St. Paul’s will offer one Service of Holy Communion at 10:00 AM through the end of the year. The Worship and Music Committee will continue to monitor attendance in condieration of returning to two services as needed.
For those unable to attend in person, we will continue to live stream the service to Facebook at 10AM and add the video to our website in the upper right hand corner of the home page of our website once the video is edited for publication.

St. Paul’s often offers midweek prayer services during the seasons of Advent and Lent. Check the calendar for specific dates and times.

Christmas Services
Lenten and Easter Services
Summer Services

Christmas Services

Worship with us on Christmas Eve, December 24th

4:00 p.m. Family Carol Service of Holy Communion

7:00 p.m. Candlelight Carol Service of Holy Communion
(with choir, handbells and orchestra)

On Christmas Eve we celebrate God being born on earth as a poor Jewish child, whom we call Wonderful Counselor, Mighty God, Everlasting Father, Prince of Peace. The darkness of the night recalls Calvary, and the candles we light anticipate the candles of Easter, for this infant was born to die and rise for us. With the angels we sing, “Glory to God!”

Worship with us on First Sunday after Christmas, December 31st

10:00 a.m. Lessons and Carols with Holy Communion

When the church celebrates the birth of Jesus Christ, we hear the great poem in John 1. John pushes the existence of Christ far back before Bethlehem: Jesus Christ, the Word of God, is God from before the creation of the world. In the dark of winter in the northern hemisphere, we break forth into singing, for Christ is the light of the world.

Worship with us on the Epiphany of Our Lord, January 7th

10:00 a.m. Service of Holy Communion

The word Epiphany means “showing forth,” and it names the day that the church tells Matthew’s story of the magi from foreign lands who follow the light of the star and thus “see” Jesus as Christ. Their gifts are symbols: gold, because they honor Jesus as the king; frankincense, because they worship Jesus as divine; and myrrh, because they are readying for his death.

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Lenten and Easter Services

As Ash Wednesday is a solemn day of prayer that begins the season of Lent, St. Paul’s offers three opportunities for worship:

  • 7AM – 9AM Ashes on the Go (in the rear parking lot/Old Chestnut Rd. side of the building)
  • 12:00 & 7:00 PM Services of Holy Communion with the Imposition of Ashes

Midweek Lenten Devotions

The Great and Holy Week worship opportunities include:

Easter Sunday worship:

6:30 AM Sunrise Service (outside in the courtyard of the Memorial Garden. If it is raining, we will meet indoors in the sanctuary. Dress for the weather. No need to bring lawn chairs.

10:00 AM Easter Sunday Festival Service of Holy Communion celebrating the Resurrection of Our Lord

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Summer Worship
A 10AM Service of Holy Communion will be held indoors in the air conditioned sanctuary during the summer months.

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