If you are new to the area, looking for a church home, interested in the Orthodox Church or just beginning your exploration, you will find a warm welcome here.
Your First Visit
+ Greeters at the door can answer your questions and show you where to go.
+ Many at St Paul's have come to Orthodoxy from other traditions. We remember making that first visit ourselves and would love to help you find your way around.
+ Our children stay with us in the service - yours are most welcome.
+ Please plan to join us after the service for Fellowship Hour: a light meal, free to all
Martin Luther King Day of Service at St Paul's Forest Do you have the day off on MLK day? Come out to the church forest and help tend our land! This service day is open to the entire community surrounding St. Paul's Forest.
We will be removing invasive plants, cleaning up trash from our creek and building our soil by creating a compost "bucket brigade." Bundle up, bring the kids and join the fun!
If you have any of the following tools, please bring them: shovels, buckets, loppers, pick mattocks, rakes, wheelbarrows.
If you'll be there, RSVP to let us know!
It's Houseblessing Season! This year Fr Gregory will be using Calendly to schedule Houseblessings and Confessions. Just use this link to go to the scheduling page, and follow the instructions.
A new Catechism Class will meet Thursday evenings at 6:30 PM, beginning this Thursday, January 6. If you are interested or know someone who is, email Fr Gregory right away for more information.
Church School dates this month are January 2 and January 16 after Divine Liturgy.
St. Paul Parish will occasionally publish photos and videos made at our services and events. For our image use policy, click here. For an opt-out form to instruct us not to use your image, click here. To have an image of yourself or your child removed, notify the parish webmaster at email@example.com