Worship of God, together in community, is integral to who we are at St. Paul's.
Episcopal worship is centered in The Book of Common Prayer, though some of the services we offer at St. Paul's use other Episcopal or Christian liturgies.
At Eucharist services, we gather with others before God. We hear the Good News of Jesus Christ, give thanks, confess, and offer the brokenness of the world to God. As we break bread, our eyes are opened to the presence of Christ. By the power of the Holy Spirit, we are made one body, the body of Christ sent forth to live the Way of Love.
All are invited and all are welcome to every service and learning opportunity at St. Paul's.
- 8:00 a.m.: Holy Eucharist Rite I, spoken service in St. Nicholas Chapel
- 9:00 a.m.: Holy Eucharist Rite II, with St. Paul's Choir in the Cathedral
- 10:15 a.m.: Church School and Adult Formation programs
- 11:15 a.m.: Holy Eucharist Rite I, with Schola Cantorum in the Cathedral
- 5:00 p.m. Service Schedule (except for fourth Sunday of the month)
- First Sunday- "Root(ed)" (prayer service featuring Americana music)
- Second Sunday- Choral Evensong (evening worship with music provided by the Schola Cantorum)
- Third Sunday- Night Mass (a Eucharist service that offers more contemporary language and diverse images of God)
- Fourth Sunday- Compline at 8pm (a simple office including a confession of sins, one or more psalms, a short reading from scripture, versicles and responses, the Lord's Prayer, collects which ask for God's protection during the night to come, and the canticle Nunc dimiittis.
- Fifth Sunday - Night Mass
May 26, Ascension Day: 7:00 pm Holy Eucharist in St. Paul's Cathedral
June 24, Diocesan Ordinations to the Order of Priest: 7:00 pm in St. Paul's Cathedral
The Cathedral follows CDC guidelines in regard to masking, hand-washing, and other efforts to minimize the spread of Covid.
We offer Eucharist (Holy Communion with bread and wine) every Sunday morning at 8:00, 9:00 and 11:15 a.m.
Covid Protocols and Masking
St. Paul's follows CDC guidelines, in consultation with local health experts, to determine appropriate Covid protocols for our communal life.
Using the Covid Community Spread Map provided by the CDC, Oklahoma County can be at a level of Low, Medium, or High. When community spread is at a Low or Medium masks are not required indoors. When community spread is at a High, masks are …Read More »