Welcome to St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, an Anglo Catholic parish where neighborhood people have gathered to serve God since 1849


2:00 pm – 4:00 pm, Saturday, July 28th

Prayer Day, in the Library

This is part of our on-going Covenant of Prayer with Bishop Provenzano.  Lilo Carr-Rivera will guide the group through several type of prayer techniques in a workshop situation.  These Prayer Days have proven to be very transformative.  Please plan to join us.

10:00 am, Sunday, July 29th


St. Paul’s is proud to continue its tradition of celebrating a jazz mass on a Sunday morning in the summer.  Parishioner Willie Martinez is again coordinating the musicians for the popular and well-attended event.  Watch for more information and please plan to join us.


Runs from June 24 through September 23

Low Mass with Hymns at 10:00 am


Over the next couple of months, many of you will be travelling, and our prayers for, what used to be called, “travelling mercies,” go with you.  Remember as you are traveling that you are still Christians, and Christians should be in church on Sunday morning, if at all possible. “Remember the Sabbath day, to keep it holy” is one of the Ten Commandments, after all, and for good reason.  There are churches everywhere, and now with google and smartphones, it’s simply enough to find one near you. (Yes, you can commune with God sitting on the beach in Aruba or Majorca, but it’s not the same thing as attending mass, and you know it. 😇)  Even if you are are on a camping trip or exploring a rain forest or climbing Mt. Everest, you can take your prayer book with you, on your tablet or e-reader, and say morning prayer. Don’t forget about God while you are away; he hasn’t forgotten about you.  

Yours sincerely in Christ,

Fr. Wallace