Worship at St. Paul’s is centered in celebrating the Holy Eucharist. The word eucharist is a Greek term, translated as “thanksgiving.” When Christians gather to celebrate the eucharist, they do several things. First, they gather as a redeemed community, loved by God, to give thanks for the saving work of Jesus of Nazareth.
Another thing they do is remember. In the eucharist, Christians remember the last supper Jesus shared with his disciples on the night before he was arrested, tried, and crucified But we also “remember” ourselves as part of Christ’s body on earth, whose lives are to be living evidence of the risen Christ.
And we also anticipate as we share in this sacrament. We anticipate the heavenly banquet where people from all times and places will be gathered together in the presence of God, sharing in the feast of love that is our redemption and the foundation of our life in Christ.
Holy Eucharist is celebrated at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church each Sunday morning beginning at 10:30. During the summer months, from the first Sunday in June through Labor Day weekend, our celebration begins at 9:30 AM.