Worship in the beauty of holiness: An hour with music, silence, a message and a communion table.
The ancient ritual of sharing bread and wine at table is open to all baptized Christians.
Sunday 8am Service – Rite I or Rite II Eucharist
Sunday 10am Service – Rite II Eucharist (coffee reception follows)
Sunday Kids’ Programs
Our Kid’s programs are on hiatus for the summer. Sunday morning programming will resume on Sunday 9/14 and evening youth group will resume on Sunday 9/7.
See more about the Kids’ Programs here.
What Can I Expect?
St. Paul’s services are developed for newcomers and veterans of our community. Whether it is your first time attending a service or you join us every Sunday, we want to ensure you feel welcome and comfortable in exploring and cultivating your relationship with God.
Guided services plus a real world connection
We provide a helpful outline with written instructions that ‘walk you though’ our service and make it easy to follow along and join in. Our practical messages address and provide support for the tough issues many of us face in our lives.
St. Paul’s has a variety of engaging live music from ancient chant and classical to folk and gospel. Past musicians have included the San Francisco Boys Chorus and the Delphi Trio.
Respecting your space
Many people come to church hoping to meet people right away while others, at first, wish to be left alone and in quiet. We do our very best to read the signals you give and so show respect for your spiritual journey. Take advantage of our moments of silence to help you reconnect to God and yourself.
An open dress code
We want you to wear what makes you feel comfortable whether it is jeans, casual clothing or a suit.
Our worship services are like a play we present for an audience of one…
The audience is God and we believe everyone in our Sacred Space has a role. Many take on special roles such as setting the altar, leading the procession, reading aloud the scripture, singing or sharing the communion cup.
Contact Judy Rowcliffe to find out how you can become more involved in worship services.