What We Believe
We believe the Holy Scriptures of the Old and New Testaments are the revealed Word of God. We believe that the Nicene Creed provides the sufficient statement of Christian Faith. We celebrate two Sacraments—Baptism and the Supper of the Lord—ministered with unfailing use of Christ’s words of institution and of the elements ordained by Him. We believe in four offices of ministry—bishops, priests, deacons and laity—and that all believers are called to the ministry of bringing Christ to the world.
Welcome. We’re excited that you’re considering a visit to St. Paul’s!
Our 8 AM service includes a traditional language liturgy and a smaller congregation. People love the warm contemplative feel. Our 10 AM service features guitar-led worship with a mix of classic hymns and contemporary praise music.
Holy Communion is offered at both services as well as a 25-minute, Biblically-based sermon. Healing prayer is offered at the altar after each service.
We look forward to meeting you soon!
What To Expect (FAQs)
Dress. Please wear comfortable clothes. Clothing style is secondary to experiencing the presence and power of God.
Style. The 8 AM service is traditional and contemplative. The 10 AM service includes a blend of classic hymns and contemporary worship songs. Both services are liturgical, include a 25-minute sermon and Holy Communion, as well as opportunities to receive healing prayers.
Holy Communion. All Baptized Christians are welcome at the Lord’s Table.
Giving. We take an offering at every Sunday service. Give as you are led by the Lord, “as God loves a cheerful giver.”
Coffee Hour. We offer gourmet coffee and treats following the 10 AM service. It’s a great time for us to connect with you and each other! Join us!
Children. We offer Sunday School during the 10 AM service and nursery care for infants and toddlers. If you prefer, please bring your children with you to worship.