St. Paul Church Meeting Times
8 am Sunday, Rite I Holy Eucharist, no music.
9:20 – 10:10 am, Sunday School for all Ages
Two classes of Adult Formation are held.
10:30 am Sunday, Rite II Holy Eucharist, with music and choir.
Children’s Church is held during the 10:30 service.
Children leave after the 10:30 service starts and return to the 10:30 service so they can be with their family for Holy Communion.
7 pm Wednesday Worship
Holy Eucharist and Sacrament of Healing are celebrated in a variety of ways. It is an intimate service of prayer.
On the fourth Worship we share Evening Prayer.
Episcopal Church Women (ECW)
Every woman who is a member of our church automatically belongs to ECW.
ECW sponsors events that tap the gifts and talents of the women of the church. All of the women of the church are invited to come together during the year for fellowship, ministry - and brunch! Team leaders and event coordinators meet to implement the various events that ECW sponsors throughout the year. Additional women serve on ministry teams to help make it all come together. All women are encouraged to find their place and form a stronger ministry for both the church and the community.
Daughters of the King (DOK) meets at 9:30 am on the second Saturday of every month.
DOK oversees the Sunday morning pray-ers and throughout the year host a variety of special events for the broader Ellis County community. They also oversee the Prayer Shawl Ministry. Prayer shawls are blessed by the congregation on Sunday mornings. Over 1000 prayer shawls have been sent to people in times of physical or emotional need as an outward sign that our prayers are for them and with them.
Men's Breakfast is held at 8 am on the second Saturday of every month.
Men's events for both outreach and fellowship are scheduled throughout the year.
The St. Paul choir meets from 6:30–8 pm on Tuesdays.