St. Paul Church is both liturgical and sacramental.
We are a liturgical church, which means that our worship service is the work of the people. When the church family gathers in worship, two highlights of the liturgy are celebrated. The first is the Scripture of God – read, proclaimed and explained. Our service is guided by the Book of Common Prayer, two-thirds of which is scriptural. All members of the Episcopal Church share in common worship.
We are a sacramental church. The second highlight of the liturgy is participation in the Communion meal of Jesus, which He gave to the apostles at the Last Supper. Holy Communion, known as Eucharist, may be received by all baptized Christians.
Learn more about our worship by listening to the full service, posted below. Called an “Instructed Eucharist” it is our regular service with comments about what we do and why we do it. Note: The full Instructed Eucharist service (below) has a break in the service before the reading of the Gospel until 13 seconds in to the sermon-time announcement.