• New Year’s Day Sermon by Fr. Nick

    New Year’s Day – 2017 My Sisters and Brothers in Christ, Over the course of history and within the multiplicity of Christian traditions, January 1 has been the occasion for celebrating a variety of themes, such as our own naming today as the Feast of the Holy Name of Jesus. It has also been celebrated […]

  • Christmas Sermon 2016

    Christmas, 2016 My Dear Friends in Christ, In Luke 2:7 we read that Mary gave birth to her firstborn son, wrapping him in swaddling clothes and laying him in a manger. That image has captured the imagination and creativity of poets, song writers, artists and people of many Christian faiths for over 2,000 years! I […]

  • Fr. Nick’s sermon from December 4th

    ADVENT II –  DECEMBER 4 Isaiah 11:1-10; Romans 15:4-13; Matthew 3: 1-12  Today I’d like to share some thoughts about the Baptist.  I like this figure as he is portrayed in the Scriptures because he is both dangerous and wild. As a preacher and the last of the prophets before Christ, he doesn’t live by […]

  • Fr. Nick’s sermon for November 27th

    First Sunday of Advent – 2016 Isaiah 2:1-5; Romans 13:11-14; Matthew 24: 36-44 Well, here we are, at the First Sunday of Advent, again. It’s a pretty interesting time to be talking about the words from Isaiah, don’t you think? “They shall beat their swords into plowshares, Nation shall not lift up sword against nation, […]

  • Fr. Nick’s sermon from November 13th

    My Sisters and Brothers in Christ, Luke 21:5-19 After the difficult Sunday we experienced last week, I went to today’s Scripture readings hoping to find a Gospel that would provide me the basis for preaching a sermon that was a nice, warm and fuzzy type –  you know – Jesus loves us; we love Jesus […]


We are a worshiping, inquiring, and inclusive community united in Jesus’ name to change the world.


“We invite everyone to join in the communal life of the Body of Christ, through participation and leadership in this congregation, and by fully sharing in the life and sacraments of this church. We affirm that each person is a child of God, and that those of every race, ethnicity, creed, age, gender, marital status, physical or mental ability, sexual orientation and gender identity are called to be one with us.”–from the Clergy and Bishop’s Committee of St. Paul’s

Sunday School for Children  runs during the first part of the 10:00 a.m. service in the same building. Children return to the pews before the Eucharist part of the service.

Child care for younger ones is just off of the Church entrance, and visible from the pews.

A warm welcome to our new Canon to the Ordinary(-in-waiting), the Rev. Anna Carmichael!!

Re-Membering and Re-Imagining: Essays on the Episcopal Church

Tour Against Trafficking

The meaning of Eucharist in the Episcopal Church.
A video with Presiding Bishop Michael Curry.