All Are Welcome!
St. Paul’s Episcopal Church offers a variety of worship experiences:
During the Pandemic:
During the COVID-19 pandemic, we are able to meet in person at the church in a limited way. Sign-up is required. We do have many other offerings including online Sunday services at 9:00 a.m. on Facebook Live: https://www.facebook.com/stpaulscary/live . Please check this post on our home page: https://www.stpaulscary.org/worship-music/live-stream-of-holy-eucharist-at-900-am-on-sundays/ .
We also offer Morning Prayer on Facebook at 8:00 a.m. Monday to Friday: https://www.stpaulscary.org/worship-music/morning-prayer-on-facebook-live-at-800-a-m-m-f/ .
If you have a question, or you would like to connect in person, contact us at email@example.com and we will be happy to help you find your way.
Sunday Morning at 7:30
Celebration of the Holy Eucharist Rite I – This service does not have music and uses the more traditional prayers found in the Rite I service. As a result the service is a little bit shorter, quieter, and thus a more contemplative experience.
Sunday Morning at 9:00
Our 9:00 AM Sunday worship service has taken on a family flavor. Children often help with the readings and Prayers of the People, and a variety of music is offered often featuring one of our 8 choirs – including handbells and vocal choirs for children, youth, and adults. Children from preschool through 5th grade are welcome to process from the service for Children’s Chapel, returning in time for Communion.
Sunday Morning at 11:15 (Summers at 10:45)
Holy Eucharist Rite II – The “late” service has a more traditional flavor, with organ music and the St. Paul’s Choir, with special offerings from other church ensembles from time to time. Children’s Chapel is also offered for this service. In summer months, this service is held at 10:45 AM. The summer schedule varies from year to year and will be announced.
Prayers of Healing
Prayers of healing are offered during communion at the 9:00 and 11:15 AM (summers 10:45) services by a priest. All are welcome to come to the right side rear corner of the church and either stand or kneel.