One Congregation – Two Great Sunday Service Styles
St Paul’s has two worship styles offered most Sundays from September to June, the traditional service in the sanctuary and The Annex in the main level hall. Read about our two styles of worship here and listen to most recent sermons here. During the summer of 2017 from July 2 to September 3 (services suspended July 23 through August 13), there is one weekly worship service at 10:00am.
St. Paul’s Annex worship is a child-focused, active style of worship with music provided by Scott Marsh. Click here to see some photos of recent Annex worship activities. St Paul’s Annex meets in the main level hall of St Paul’s Community Building at 10:00am. Coffee and beverages are available during and after worship. For more information on the Annex, see our Facebook page, or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Traditional Worship. Our traditional worship service is currently at 10:00am and includes musical leadership provided by St Paul’s Choir and music director, Don Cassano. A time for fellowship and refreshments follows worship in the atrium on the main floor. Recent orders of service are available.
Kids Programming is offered in the lower level during the services. Kids start in worship with their parents and head off to Sunday School during Children’s Time. Kids activities are also available during the services.
A small nursery is also set up in the Sunday School area during Sunday School.
A time for fellowship takes place after The Annex in the atrium.
Summer Worship. During July and August and September 3, there is one service, traditional style, in the main level hall at 10:00am. There will be activities for kids during the service. On Sundays July 23 & 30, August 6 & 13, St Paul’s services are suspended.