Worship at St. Paul's

9:30 AM Sunday Worship & Sunday School

Learn more about Sunday mornings at St. Paul's on our Welcome page.

Seasonal Worship Opportunities at St. Paul's

  • Living Nativity

    See the nativity come to life with real people and real animals. A narrated program is presented. In-between presentations all are invited to roast marshmallows, take pictures by the gazebo (transformed into a Candy Cane Grotto) and wander inside for cookies and hot chocolate. This is a free event, our Christmas gift to the community.

  • Christmas Eve Service

    A service of candlelight, carols and the celebration of the birth of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Service is at 5:00 PM.

  • ChRistmas Day Gathering

    A cozy worship service with reflections, prayer and songs followed by a simple meal and good company. Christmas morning from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. Merry Christmas!

  • Pajama WOrship

    Join us in worship and wear your pajamas - or whatever attire makes you feel festive!  Every Sunday after Christmas we continue the Christmastide celebration, looking ahead to a new year of God’s promises. This is a family worship service for all ages. There is no Sunday School class on Pajama Sunday. Plan to stay for an Oatmeal Bar and sweet treats.

  • scout sunday

    A February/March service of blessing and recognition of the contributions of young people and adults to Scouting.

  • The last supper presentation                                                     

    Watch DaVinci's famous painting come to life as each disciple describes his call to follow Jesus and his experience of the transformative power of Jesus' love. Interested in hosting the Last Supper Presentation at your church? Contact Anne at stpauls4me@yahoo.com

  • Easter Sunrise Service & Breakfast                                        

    A special 7 AM service that begins outside (weather permitting) and celebrates communion and the gift of new life in the Risen Christ. Followed by an Easter Breakfast from 8 - 9:30 AM and a family worship service at 9:30 AM. 

  • Holy Humor Sunday                                                                          

    Inspired by an old Easter custom of the early Greek church, the Sunday after Easter is observed as Holy Humor Sunday. It is an opportunity to continue to celebrate the Good News of Jesus' resurrection. We celebrate joy and laughter among the many gifts from God.

  • Blessing of the Backpacks

    All students and education staff (and all take a bag to work) are invited to bring their backpacks, totes and brief cases for a special back-to-school blessing in August. All backpacks and bags receive a blessing reminder tag. 

  • blessing of the animals

    A fall service of blessing and thanksgiving for our animal friends. Watch our newsletter and website for the date and time.