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Gathering the Community

Worship at St. Paul’s

Sundays, 8 am, Holy Eucharist — Rite I Eucharist the first Sunday of the month, and the others are Rite II. This is a quiet service with no music

Sundays, 9 am, Holy Eucharist — this is a celebratory Rite II service with music. Wiggly kids are welcome.

Joint Worship — Three times per year and for some of the liturgies of Christmas and Easter we join with the other congregations with whom we partner for a joint worship celebration. If it is a Sunday service, it is the only one offered that day. Your next opportunity to experience this joyous and creative collaboration will be Sunday, October 27, time 11 am.

Tuesdays, 7 am, Holy Eucharist — in the church office and followed by an optional breakfast.

Kids and Youth

We welcome children in our worship service — Jesus certainly would. But if you and they would rather, we have a year-round nursery that runs from 7:45 to 10:15 am every Sunday.

Sunday School for elementary school age children meets, September through May, at 9 am. For more information, go HERE

St. Paul’s Youth Group meets every other Wednesday evening, September through May, and youth go on a mission trip every summer. For more information, go HERE

Opportunities to Serve

Faith Family Hospitality is a city-wide, church-run organization to house families who are in transition. It is one of the best programs around for connecting families experiencing homelessness with resources. St. Paul’s has a rotation in this program in partnership with Christ United Methodist Church. To sign up, go HERE. For more information, contact us at St. Paul’s office.

 The Food Bank. St. Paul’s volunteers once per month at the Larimer County Food Bank. The next opportunities are: June 18, July 9, and August 20. Let us know if you’re interested.

Colorado Haiti Project. St. Paul’s supports St. Paul’s school in Petit Trou de Nippes, Haiti. Go HERE for more information on their programs and to contribute

Sunday Morning Worship leadership. Serve Holy Communion to God’s people, greet people and help them with the service, care for the table settings and special objects of our worship, sing! Join one of the groups that helps make Sunday morning worship possible. Be an acolyte, chalice minister, usher, member of the altar guild, or member of the choir. All you need is the love of worship and a tiny bit of training. Let us know if you would like to try this out.

Ministry to the homebound members of our congregation. Would you like to share your listening ear and compassionate heart? Let us know.

Contact the church office at 970-482-2668 any weekday morning, or email office@stpauls-fc.org

 

St. Paul's at Trinity

We are part of a lively and exciting three-church community. In our worship we gather as St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, using the time-honored liturgies of the Book of Common Prayer and our hymnals. Based on the call of Jesus to his disciples to remember him in the breaking of bread and drinking of wine, the Eucharist is central to all our worship. St. Paul’s is happy to announce that, beginning August 6, the Rev. Felicia Smith Graybeal will be our new Priest in Charge.

Three times a year all three congregations worship together. It’s a real treat!

We share both fellowship and service in the larger community with our partners, the Trinity Lutheran Congregation and the Mary of Magdala Ecumenical Catholic Community.

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