Worship is rehearsal for life, as we practice putting God at the center of our lives at home, school, work, and in community. St. Paul's welcomes everyone to join in the celebration each week, as we gather in praise and thanksgiving.
While we are unable to gather in St. Paul's sanctuary as a full congregation, we have a modified worship schedule.
This service is streamed live. Classes from St. Paul's School lead worship each week during the school year. Once a month is a Baptismal Remembrance service. Parents and the public are welcome to attend the weekly service virtually.
We are streaming two Sunday worship services online. 9 a.m. Traditional Worship uses traditional hymns and the organ is the primary instrument. Holy Communion is offered weekly. Bulletins and sermons are posted online. You may participate online live, or view the recording later.
We are streaming two Sunday worship services online. 11 a.m. Modern Worship uses contemporary music and piano, drums and guitar with a praise team leads the singing. Holy Communion is offered weekly. Bulletins and sermons are posted online. You may participate online live, or view the recording later.
This service is available in person. Read the tab below entitled, "In Person Worship Safety Procedures," to learn more.
What to Expect:
In person worship begins Sunday, March 7 at our 11 a.m. Modern worship. You will register the week before the service you are attending. Check out the registration information below for more details.
On Sunday, you will walk through the Corson Family Riverview Entrance with your mask on. Then you will sanitize your hands at a hand cleaning station. You will keep 6 feet of distance from those who are not in your bubble.
As you enter the sanctuary, you will pick up an individual prepackaged communion kit. The communion supplies will be on tables right outside of the sanctuary. You will select a pew that is marked. There you will remain until the end of the service. You can speak softly and sing softly with your mask on. You can share the peace with those in your bubble. Worship Leaders will take their masks off when leading worship.
When communion distribution occurs, it is safe to take off your mask according to our doctors. There is no hand shaking, no food service and no offering plate passing at this time. You will leave providing the 6 feet of distancing. Together, we will keep one another safe!
In order to ensure safety, we are asking those who desire to attend in person worship to register. You can register to attend in person worship, which will open Monday at 9 a.m. and close Friday at noon for the upcoming Sunday.
You can register by clicking HERE or by calling the church office at 352-3850. First come, first served. There is a waiting list in the registration system so those who don't make it in the one week will automatically be placed into the top of the list for the following week.
The Corson Family Riverview Entrance doors will open at 10:45 a.m. Both the 9 a.m. and 11 a.m. services will continue to be live streamed.
Assuming pandemic numbers continue to decline, we will reopen the 9 a.m. Traditional Worship on Sunday, April 4 for in person worship.