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.
We offer Eucharist (Holy Communion with bread and wine) every Sunday morning at 8:00, 9:00 and 11:15 a.m. 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.
Sunday Evenings are a time in which we explore other worship expressions. These services are at 5:00 p.m.
All are invited and all are welcome to every service and learning opportunity at St. Paul's.
FAQs about worship at St. Paul's
Below are commonly asked questions about worship, both in-person and online
Holy Week and Easter 2023
HOLY WEEK AND EASTER SERVICES
Palm Sunday, April 2:
Holy Eucharist (Rite I) at 8am in St. Nicholas Chapel
Holy Eucharist (Rite II) at 9am in the Cathedral
Holy Eucharist (Rite 1) at 11:15am in the Cathedral
Root(ed) at 5pm in the CathedralHoly Monday, April 3:
Holy Eucharist with Clergy Vow Renewal at 10am in the Cathedral.
Holy Tuesday, April 4:
Holy Eucharist at 12pm in St. Nicho…Read More »
Many of the most frequent questions we receive center around life changes such as baptisms, weddings, confirmation, funerals and how the church can be present for you during these times.
St. Paul's Cathedral has a strong history of excellence in sacred music and is one of the few Episcopal Churches that sustains two sung Eucharistic services for Sundays as well as regular Choral Evensong and sung Compline. As the cathedral for the Episcopal Diocese of Oklahoma, St. Paul's is an important musical presence in the community and prides itself on a standard of excelle…Read More »