Whether you are new to church, new or visiting in town, or just haven't been in a while, we'd love to see you.

We are an Open & Affirming church. 

What to expect on Sunday morning...

  • All are Welcome Here

    We invite all persons to fully share and participate in the life, ministry and leadership of our church. Learn more about our inclusive commitment.

  • What does worship look like?

    • Our worship style is traditional. Our music is a mix hymns and contemporary songs.
    • We celebrate Communion the first Sunday of every month. All people, all ages are invited to the table.
    • The readings and prayers are projected on screens and are also printed in a bulletin.
    • Sit anywhere.
    • During "Prayers of the People" we share joys and concerns out loud and then include them in a prayer by the pastor.
  • What do kids do on Sunday?

    Sunday School class is offered every Sunday for Pre-K through Grade 6. A "Time With Children" moment especially for kids is part of every service, with class immediately following. Learn more about kids programming at St. Paul's.

  • We're glad you're here

    Whether you feel comfortable in jeans and gym shoes or a suit or a dress, you're welcome here exactly as you are. Be comfortable. There is no dress code. Be yourself!

  • COffee and conversation

    Plan to stay after worship for a spread of tasty treats and a cup of coffee - or two! Coffee is served outdoors by the front entrance. "Coffee Hour" is a weekly chance for the church community to say hi to both new and old friends.

  • Baptisms, Weddings & Funerals

    For information on baptisms, weddings and funerals, please contact the church office at 847-628-6118.

  • why become a member

    In today's world, you can be a member of nearly anything and everything: Amazon, Netflix, AARP - the list goes on and on. It can be confusing then to talk about church membership. While you definitely get something in return for being a member, we don't charge an annual fee. At St. Paul's, membership has both practical and faithful components. Learn more.