Interested in visiting? Let us answer some of your questions.
What can I expect on Sunday mornings?
Sunday mornings are a family affair, and every person in attendance is a member of the family. We are a friendly congregation that loves to worship through music, the Word of God, and strong Biblical teaching. Our first service begins at 8am. The second worship service starts at 10am.
In between services, you can stop by the Ministry Center for an adult forum led by Rev. Harmon.
What should I wear?
Dress ranges from the occasional jacket and tie to casual clothing. What matters is our presence.
What about children?
At 10:00am, the kids (4 years to 5th grade) go to KidZone with Children’s Ministry Coordinator Tapley King and her Children’s ministry helpers. The kids return for communion.
Infants and toddlers (3 and under) are lovingly welcomed into our nursery, cared for by competent and loving individuals with activities designed specifically for their age group. Nursery care is available beginning at 9:45am and continues until the 10:00am service is over.
What is the service like?
We are an Anglican parish, rich in liturgy. Holy Communion is celebrated at both services. Our music blends the strong truths of the ancient hymns with the personal connection of contemporary praise music. Led by both a worship team and a choir, our music expresses our worship of God the Father, through His Son, Jesus, by the Holy Spirit.
How do I join Christ-St. Paul’s?
Christ-St. Paul’s is a welcoming parish with people from many church traditions, as well as many who have no previous church affiliation.
A few times a year we offer CSP 101 for those interested in knowing more about Christ-St. Paul’s Parish, the Christian Faith & Anglican tradition. The purpose is simply to invite you to consider what joining Christ-St. Paul’s would look like. Feel free to ask questions, relax and get to know others interested in Christ-St. Paul’s.
Also, once a year, we offer Inquirer’s Class in the spring. This is a study which prepares us for Confirmation by Bishop Mark Lawrence.
If and when you desire to make a public profession of your faith, we provide for the baptism of adults as well as children.
Is there anything else I should know?
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