Who we are
We are a liturgical Episcopal church that respects our tradition, upholds the value of reason, reveres Holy Scripture, and maintains a sense of awe and wonder at the power and mystery of God. We are an authentic community of people who are asking questions and seeking answers. We seek to serve God and our neighbors. We join together in fellowship, worship, formation, and service. And so whether you feel hungry, lonely, or lost, whether you are searching or doubting: YOU ARE WELCOME!
If you are new to St. Paul’s, chances are you have a lot of questions about us. The best way to get to know us is to come to a Sunday service. We also invite you to explore our webpage where you will find some of the answers to the many questions you have.
Getting to know us
In order to help you further get to know us, click HERE for our FAQ page.
Becoming a Member
Often people will ask, “Do I have to become a member in order to participate in the ministries of St. Paul’s?” No… All are welcome! With that said, there is something important about making a commitment, covenant even, when a parish becomes a part of your life and you become a part of that parish’s life. There are also some restrictions related to membership prescribed by the canons such as having at least one year of membership prior to serving on the Vestry. We ask that new members commit to getting involved in the life of the parish as you feel called through the giving of time, talent, and treasure. We also welcome the opportunity to talk further about membership.
For a printable new member form, click here: New Member Form. Please return to Fr. Chris, the collection plate on Sunday, or the church office during the week.