Worship Committee - The Worship Committee does exactly what their name implies; they work closely with the pastors to organize meaningful worship services throughout the church year.

Acolytes - Acolytes assist in the worship service by performing specific functions, primarily lighting and extinguishing candles. You will see them at St. Paul’s practically every Sunday morning opening and closing our worship services. The youth serving as acolytes are members of our First and Second Year Confirmation classes.

Decorating Committee - If you have ever been to St. Paul’s during Advent or Easter, you have seen our sanctuary dressed in its glorious splendor. The group responsible for this beauty is the Decorating Committee. If you have a green thumb and that special gift, here’s a committee for you.

Sacristy Committee - The Sacristy Committee is part of the Worship Committee. Their primary function is to prepare the elements for Holy Communion, which we celebrate on the first Sunday of every month and on other special days of the church year. The Sacristy Committee also changes the paraments when necessary. The paraments are the different-colored cloths that adorn the pulpit, lectern, altar, and Lord’s Table.

The Art of Gathering

As you enter our sanctuary of God, use the time to clear your heart and mind through quiet time and prayer. As you listen to the music of the prelude, prepare yourself to receive the message God has for you.


Service Schedule Sunday Worship
9:00 a.m. - Sanctuary

10:30 a.m. - Front Lawn (Weather Permitting)

Fellowship and refreshments
We Gather for a time of fellowship and refreshments - 10:00 a.m.

(Currently with Covid-19 there is no Coffee Hour)

Communion Services
1st Sunday of each month - both services

Sunday School
Children ages 3 and up (all year)

            9:00 a.m. - Outdoors Sunday School (Weather Permitting)

10:30 a.m. - First Year Confirmation

Adult Education
(all year) - 9:00 a.m.


A warm welcome is extended to all of our guests who visit St. Paul's. Thank you for signing the Friendship pad located at the end of each pew. A welcome card is located in the pew rack and may be placed in the offering plate during the offertory. Please worship with us again. If you would like to become a member of St. Paul's, please note it on the welcome card.

We welcome any prayer requests, please find a prayer request card in the pew rack. These cards will be collected during the responsive hymn (generally the second hymn during the service.

Other services of worship, which highlight the life and ministry of Jesus and the Church, are held throughout the year. There are special weekday services during Lent and Holy Week prior to Easter. An interdenominational service is held in the community for Thanksgiving. Christmas Eve also offers several kinds of worship experiences for every age.