Sunday Worship

St. Paul's is a community with room for everyone, and all are welcome. Whether you're checking out church for the first time or returning after sometime away, we have a place for you. Sunday Services are the main event around here, and we invite you to join us. Come dressed as you want asking as many questions as you have.

We have three services of worship on Sunday and you are welcome to come experience any or all of them, no matter where you are on your spiritual journey.

What To Expect

When you arrive an usher will give you a bulletin (to help guide you through the service), help you find a seat and answer any preliminary questions you may have. Don’t worry if you don’t know exactly when to sit or stand (it isn't really that important), and only join in the service when you feel comfortable.

After the service you can visit our Community Concierge desk in the Atrium to fill out a connection card and find out more about the programs and courses we offer.

8:15 a.m. Quiet Worship

This quiet, traditional service is held in the Chapel of the Good Shepherd. We worship and share communion using the Book of Common Prayer. Please join us each week for coffee and conversation in the Library after the service.

9:30 a.m. The Bridge – Relaxed Worship

This relaxed service of worship is held in the Sanctuary and blends the best of modern and classical music and prayer. Teachings are biblical and relevant to your everyday life. The Bridge celebrates communion every week by sharing in the bread and wine.

This community is made up of a diverse group of people who are learning how to follow Jesus in the city. We offer lively and growing children and youth ministries, as well as a chance to connect over coffee after the service.

11 a.m. Classic Worship

This historic Anglican service of worship connects our present, living faith with those who have worshiped God faithfully for centuries. All are welcome to join us in the Sanctuary for this vibrant service with choral music, hymns, biblically relevant sermons and prayers.

We alternate between services of Holy Communion and Morning Prayer. Young people are welcome to join our growing children and youth programs. Please join us after the service for coffee in the Atrium or lunch in the Great Hall.