Our worship is a blend of tradition and willingness to try new things, connecting to God and each other. We follow Christ through faith-filled worship including thought-provoking sermons, spirit-filled prayer and joyful music.
8 & 10 a.m. In-person Worship:
Join with the community of St. Paul's Natick as we gather for our Sunday morning for Eucharistic Liturgies.
At 8:00 a.m. we have a (typically) smaller worship service with no music.
At 10:00 a.m. we gather for Eucharist with our adult (and sometimes youth) choir for a service with music. This service is also live-streamed!
Please join us on our website on Sunday morning or any time that is convenient for you as videos will continue to be archived on the St. Paul’s YouTube Channel.
The community of St. Paul's embraces a vibrant and dynamic music ministry. In addition to supporting choirs and congregational singing, we frequently incorporate various instruments into our services, including trumpets, drums, tambourines, and bells.
We invite each person and every voice to engage wholeheartedly in congregational hymns, and we also extend the opportunity to all …Read More »
We continue as a community to offer an opportunity for anyone to join us every evening.
Our zoom link (click here!) will open at 7:45 p.m. for conversation and connection and our volunteer leaders will begin compline prayer at 8:00 p.m.
We invite you to join us to take 15 minutes of your day to close your evening in prayer together with the community of St. Paul's.
** If the Comp…Read More »
In our Episcopal tradition, we begin our Church Year with the season of Advent.
Advent at St. Paul's begins the fourth Sunday before Christmas (In 2022, this is November 27) and will continue until the day before Chrstimas.
The word "advent" is from the Latin for "coming" and this season offers us an opportunity to reflect on hope and expectation as we mark a time of preparatio…Read More »
According to the Book of Common Prayer, sacraments are "outward and visible signs of inward and spiritual grace, given by Christ as sure and certain means by which we receive that grace." Some of these sacraments are celebrated at times of certain special life events. We look forward to sharing with you in these special sacramental moments.Read More »
St. Paul's Episcopal Church will celebrate Christmas together in community both in-person and online! All of our services will be live-streamed on Zoom and YouTube!
Saturday, December 24th:
4 p.m. | Nativity Pageant with Eucharist
9 p.m. | Candlelight Service with Eucharist
Sunday, December 25th:
10 a.m. | Christmas Day Eucharist