St. Paul’s Parish worships Almighty God within the historical Anglican Communion world-wide and in association with all the present Classical Anglican Jurisdictions, termed the Continuum. For further information, see Who We Are, a Brief History, Anglicanism, and Principles.
Sunday Services are 8:00 am and 10:30 am with Church School at 10:30 am.
Epiphany and Lent
Epiphany marks the beginning of a season which recognizes Jesus to be the Son of God. On the Feast of the Presentation, celebrated on February 2nd, Jesus is brought to the Temple by his parents according to the law of Israel. There Jesus is recognized by Simeon, who declares Jesus to be “a light to lighten the Gentiles and the glory of God’s people of Israel.”
Lent – Ash Wednesday, February 26th, marks the start of the Lent, a season of self-examination, penitence, self- denial, study, and preparation for Easter. It lasts for 40 days and recalls the biblical account of Jesus’ time in the wilderness. Join us on Wednesday evenings at 7 pm for a study on the Gospel of John and share a light supper.
Please see the Calendar for the schedule of services for Sundays and Wednesday evening Bible Study through March and the Saturday Music Program.