Stations of the Cross
5:30pm - Wednesdays
February 21st-March 20th
Come and experience the last days of Jesus
life through a different lens each week.
Following the short prayer service, we will
meet at the Parish House for a Lenten Soup Supper.
All are Welcome!
February 21st - "The Way of the Cross"
Traditional from the Episcopal Book of Occasional Services, 2018.
February 28th - "Everyone's Way of the Cross"
by Clarence Enzler
March 6th - "A Gay Passion of the Christ"
by Kittredge Cherry
March 13th - "Way of the Cross Gateway to Resurrection"
by Joan D. Chittister, OSB
March 20th - "Not My Will But Yours Be Done The Way of the Cross"
by William Rowan
Sunday Worship Service Times
8:00am Holy Eucharist
Rite I Contemplative Service (Spoken only)
10:00am Holy Eucharist
Rite II Festive Service
As Episcopalians, we are followers of Jesus Christ our Lord and we believe in the Holy Trinity (Father (Creator), Son (Christ), and Holy Spirit. We are members of the Anglican Communion, which is the third largest Christian denomination in the world.
We believe we are called to restore all people to unity with God and each other in Christ through Worship, Prayer, and Ministry in the world. Our goal is to model God's love for all humankind through love, kindness, concern, and support for the spiritual, physical, and mental well-being of ALL of God's children. We do this by being good stewards of our blessings; accepting, loving, and embracing all people in our parish and community.
We strive to love our neighbors as ourselves and respect the dignity of every person. We celebrate our unity in Christ while honoring our differences and always putting the work of love before uniformity of opinion.
St. Paul's Church Calendar
If you have any questions or concerns regarding our calendar of events, please contact the church office.
As a small parish, we have a small staff who does mighty work. Click the images below for more information and contact information.
St. Paul's Church is a Congregational church that is managed and maintained by volunteers within the parish. Our Vestry consists of a group of members elected to help make the major financial decisions of the parish. The Administrator and Rector work together with members of the Vestry to ensure that we are being good stewards of our gifts and the needs of the community are met.
The Rev. Allan Wallace is our full-time Rector (priest) who tends to the spiritual and pastoral needs of the parish. He also provides Christian Education and Formation through his sermons and assisting with the facilitation of many of our ministries with the help of lay members in the parish.
Marie O'Neil is a long standing parishioner of St. Paul's who was a natural fit for the Parish Administrator role. She started as a volunteer and did such an outstanding job, St. Paul's hired her. She is an amazing baker who supplies our homemade Communion bread and she continues to chair the Altar Guild.
Theresa Bauer is a talented musician, organist, and choir director who rejoined St. Paul's in November 2022 after having explored other options for about fifteen years. We are so happy that she is back with us and is part of our team again!
Cindy Scroggins has been the Parish Accountant since 2009 working on a part-time basis ensuring that our financial records are maintained and assisting with payroll among many other
The vestry members are elected by parishioners for 3 year terms. They work together with parishioners and the staff to help meet the needs of the community. The vestry meets at least once a month to make decisions for the future of St. Paul's Church. Click the picture to see our vestry members.
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Parish Office Hours
- Monday10:00am - 03:00pm
- TuesdayAppointments only
- Wednesday10:00am - 03:00pm
- ThursdayAppointments only
- Friday10:00am - 03:00pm
- SaturdayAppointments only
- SundayAppointments only01:00 pm - 04:00pm