Visiting St. Paul's
We are delighted that you are visiting us via the web, and hope you'll join us in person as well. Please browse through our website, and if you have any questions, please call our office (970) 482-2668 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are a community worshiping in the Episcopal tradition, which has its roots in the oldest of Christian practices. We are a place where important contemporary questions are valued as much as eternal answers. Those seeking and those settled, those who celebrate and those who mourn, those who doubt and those who believe - St. Paul's is a place that is committed to welcome all people in the name of Christ.
"Help! I've never been to church before."
If you’re new to Episcopalian worship, don’t despair; you’re in good company. Many of our members came from other faith traditions or had no previous experience of church at all. The people in the pew with you will be more than happy to show you the ropes. You’ll notice that there are many times during worship when some people stand, some people kneel, and still others remain seated. We feel that your personal sense of what’s right is important. Learn More >
"What opportunities for participation are available at St. Paul's?"
St. Paul’s is a church of ministers. Many teams and individuals work to welcome, nurture and serve the people of the parish, the larger community, and the world. You can assist in worship services, volunteer at the Food Bank or the Faith Family Hospitality program, or support school children in Haiti. All you need is your willingness to serve. Learn More >
Sunday Mornings, 8:00 am - Episcopal Service of Holy Communion, First Sunday - Rite I; other Sundays - Rite II. No music.
Sunday Mornings - 9:00 am - Episcopal Service of Holy Communion, Rite II - With organ and choir.
Fellowship with members of St. Paul’s and Trinity (whoever is around) with coffee and treats follows both services.
On Tuesday mornings a 7:00 am Eucharist service (Rite Two) is held in the church office. Optional breakfast at a local restaurant follows.
Joint Services - Three times a year all three faith communities at Trinity join together for worship. We also combine services during Lent, Holy Week, and Christmas. If on a Sunday only the single service is held — and it’s a treat. Come and see what wondrous celebration in music, color and word, is created by our collaboration. Our next joint service is on June 30.