There are many ways to get involved at the Cathedral -- in worship, in service to others, in furthering your Christian education and formation.
Your family is important here.
We at Saint Paul’s are committed to helping children grow in faith. While it may seem that they don’t always understand what is going on, they often understand more than we realize. By our attitude, they understand church is a special and sacred place where they are loved and accepted. The worship service provides an excellent opportunity for p…Read More »
Offered Sunday morning from 8:00 am until 12:30 pm
Nursery - infants through age 3
Childcare - ages 3 through 7
If you decide you would prefer for your child to attend Nursery or Child Care during the service, we make both available.
In addition to Sunday mornings, we offer nursery and childcare on Wednesday evenings during Advent and Lent, on most holidays including Christmas Eve…Read More »
Saint Paul's Church School is our regular Sunday morning formation program for children and youth. Church School has three sessions throughout the year:
- Fall Session runs from mid-August to late December
- Spring Session runs from early January to late May
- Summer Session runs from mid-June to early August
At St. Paul’s, we use a variety of curriculums, each selected to best …Read More »
At Saint Paul's we strive to walk with our teens on their path to adulthood, helping them to recognize their spiritual gifts, learning how to serve in ministry, helping them to form and learn to answer questions about faith, and fostering their desire to make a difference in the world.
Our youth group activities and relationships build on our shared Baptismal Covenant w…Read More »
At Saint Paul's we embrace a life-long vision of Adult Christian Formation that challenges us to stretch ourselves and offers many opportunities to express our faith.
Formation @ Saint Paul's is...
A way of the head: seeking understanding, sustained by study, and community
A way of the heart: hospitality, openness, awareness, love, prayer, and worship
A way of the hands: seek…Read More »
Come and Join us!
Gathering together with old friends or new acquaintances for coffee or a good meal, conversation or prayers, is important to our community together. Throughout the year we set aside times for fellowship where we can get to know each other. These are times for us to share laughter and tears, experiences and stories, seek help and give of ourselves to oth…Read More »
"Truely I tell you, just as you did it to one of the least of these who are members of my family, you did it to me" Matthew 25:40
Jesus calls us to love our neighbors as ourselves. Our outreach ministries identify areas of need in our local community and beyond where parishoners may share their time, talents and treasure. We find that we often receive more than we give.
Spirituality Programs at St. Paul’s are under the direction of the Rev. Canon Susan Colley Joplin, Canon for Pastoral Care and Spirituality. For more information, please contact her at [email protected] or Cathy O'Connor at [email protected]
Contemplative Prayer and Meditation
Lectio Divina is an ancient way of praying the scriptures,…Read More »