Worship At Home

When we cannot gather together in person, worship services are available below at 11:00 a.m. each Sunday.  Worship-at-home includes a mix of live-streaming and pre-recorded submissions, a sermon message from our Pastors, and the day's Scripture passage. Services may also contain music, a children's message from Meg Baker, Director of Christian Education, announcements from Lay Leader Marge Higgins, guest speakers, and special notices about the life of the church.


When we are able to worship together in person, information and a virtual worship bulletin are available at stpaulsk.org/worship. Our next in-person service will be outdoors in Reinhardt Park on October 25. We are holding services in the Sanctuary on November 1; reservations are REQUIRED. Go to stpaulsk.org/worship to reserve a seat. We and hope all our members and friends are staying as safe as you're able.


Submit a prayer request using our secure form. Click HERE.


If you'd like to make an offering, please click here to go to stpaulsk.org/giving for secure online giving.


Click here to visit the Connection During COVID19 page for other resources during this unique season in the church, including Pastor Pat's guide to creating worship space - physically and mentally - at home. 

October 18, 2020

Twentieth Sunday after Pentecost

Click HERE at 11:00 a.m. on Sunday for the worship service, live-streaming from the Sanctuary.

Please join us next week in-person in Reinhardt Park (weather permitting) at 11:00 a.m. on Oct. 25.

To sign up to attend worship in-person in the Sanctuary on November 1 at 9:00 or 10:30 a.m., click here.


Order of Worship


Announcements - Marge Higgins, Lay Leader


Prelude on Lord, I don't Feel Noways Tired by Adolphus Hailstork - Marvin Mills, Organist


Call to Worship - Rev. Kate Mackereth Fulton, Associate Pastor

  • Leader: We gather in worship of Creator, who has given us the power to be called His children, and the blessing of our place in Creation!
  • People: When I know my place, I respect the place of others -- all my relations.
  • Leader: When we understand that humans are just part of the created universe, we have a better understanding of our place.
  • People: I am part of all Creator has made, and I come to this holy place to praise and worship Him!


Hymn - UM Hymnal #525  - We’ll Understand It Better By and By - verses 1 & 3


Scripture Reading - Nehemiah 2:16, 3:1-2, 4:7, 5:1-10 - David Weaver, Lay Reader

       16The officials did not know where I had gone or what I was doing; I had not yet told the Jews, the priests, the nobles, the officials, and the rest that were to do the work.

        1Then the high priest Eliashib set to work with his fellow priests and rebuilt the Sheep Gate. They consecrated it and set up its doors; they consecrated it as far as the Tower of the Hundred and as far as the Tower of Hananel. 2And the men of Jericho built next to him. And next to them Zaccur son of Imri built.

       7But when Sanballat and Tobiah and the Arabs and the Ammonites and the Ashdodites heard that the repairing of the walls of Jerusalem was going forward and the gaps were beginning to be closed, they were very angry[.] 

         1Now there was a great outcry of the people and of their wives against their Jewish kin. 2For there were those who said, “With our sons and our daughters, we are many; we must get grain, so that we may eat and stay alive.” 3There were also those who said, “We are having to pledge our fields, our vineyards, and our houses in order to get grain during the famine.” 4And there were those who said, “We are having to borrow money on our fields and vineyards to pay the king’s tax. 5Now our flesh is the same as that of our kindred; our children are the same as their children; and yet we are forcing our sons and daughters to be slaves, and some of our daughters have been ravished; we are powerless, and our fields and vineyards now belong to others.”

        6I was very angry when I heard their outcry and these complaints. 7After thinking it over, I brought charges against the nobles and the officials; I said to them, “You are all taking interest from your own people.” And I called a great assembly to deal with them, 8and said to them, “As far as we were able, we have bought back our Jewish kindred who had been sold to other nations; but now you are selling your own kin, who must then be bought back by us!” They were silent, and could not find a word to say. 9So I said, “The thing that you are doing is not good. Should you not walk in the fear of our God, to prevent the taunts of the nations our enemies? 10Moreover I and my brothers and my servants are lending them money and grain. Let us stop this taking of interest.”


Hymn - UM Hymnal #512 - Stand By Me - verses 1 & 3


Sermon - The Rev. Dr. Pat Allen, Senior Pastor


Ministry Moment: Faithful Giving


Pastoral Prayer and Prayer of Thanksgiving - Rev. Kate Mackereth Fulton


Hymn - UM Hymnal #533 - We Shall Overcome - verses 2 & 5


Benediction - Rev. Dr. Pat Allen


Postlude - Chaconne by Louis Couperin - Marvin Mills, Organist


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"Lord, I Don't Feel Noways Tired," from the collection Listen to the Lamb by Adolphus Hailstork, copyright 2003 by Concordia Publishing House. Permission to stream this music obtained from ONE LICENSE, License #735990-A. All rights reserved. 


Call to Worship: Calls to Worship for Native American Ministries Sunday by Jeff Ramsland, © 2009. All Rights Reserved. https://www.umcdiscipleship.org/resources/21st-century-worship-resources-for-native-american-ministries-sunday


"We'll Understand It Better By and By," words & music by Charles Albert Tindley (1906), arr. by F. A. Clark (1906). In The United Methodist Hymnal (Nashville TN: United Methodist Publishing House, 1989), #525. Used by permission.  


"Stand By Me," words & Music by Charles Albert Tindley (1906), arr. by William Farley Smith. Copyright 1989, United Methodist Publishing House/Abingdon Press. Permission to stream this music obtained from ONE LICENSE, License #735990-A. All rights reserved. 


"We Shall Overcome," Traditional African-American Spiritual, adapt. by William Farley Smith. Copyright 1989, United Methodist Publishing House/Abingdon Press. Permission to stream this music obtained from ONE LICENSE, License #735990-A. All rights reserved.


Chaconne, Louis Couperin, transcribed by Joseph Bonnet, c. 1913. Public domain.

SUNDAY, oCTOBER 11, 2020

nINETEENTH sUNDAY aFTER pENTECOST

Click HERE at 11:00 a.m. on Sunday to view the Worship Service including live-streaming and recorded submissions.


Order of Worship


Announcements - Marge Higgins, Lay Leader


Prelude - Prelude on Lord, Build Me a Cabin in Glory Land by Uzee Brown, Jr. - Marvin Mills, Organist


Call to Worship - Rev. Dr. Pat Allen, Senior Pastor

-- Leader: We come this morning, hoping for healing and rest.

-- People: Healing can be hard when the world seems harsh and cruel.

-- Leader: We come seeking peace after the blast, even among the shrapnel of images embedded in our collective minds.

-- People: Peace can be hard when the world roars in chaos and pain.

-- Leader: We come to a God who knows what it is to have nails in flesh and bone. We come to a God who knows our pain.

-- People: We come to you, O God, because you know how to change death into life and chaos into beauty. Anoint this hour with your peace as we worship in your name.


Hymn - UM Hymnal #131 – We Gather Together (Verses 1 & 2)


Opening Prayer - Rev. Dr. Pat Allen


Scripture - Nehemiah 1:8 - 2:5 - Debbie Zechar, Lay Reader

     8"Remember the word that you commanded your servant Moses, ‘If you are unfaithful, I will scatter you among the peoples; 9but if you return to me and keep my commandments and do them, though your outcasts are under the farthest skies, I will gather them from there and bring them to the place at which I have chosen to establish my name.’ 10They are your servants and your people, whom you redeemed by your great power and your strong hand. 11O Lord, let your ear be attentive to the prayer of your servant, and to the prayer of your servants who delight in revering your name. Give success to your servant today, and grant him mercy in the sight of this man!”

     At the time, I was cupbearer to the king. 

     1In the month of Nisan, in the twentieth year of King Artaxerxes, when wine was served him, I carried the wine and gave it to the king. Now, I had never been sad in his presence before. 2So the king said to me, “Why is your face sad, since you are not sick? This can only be sadness of the heart.” Then I was very much afraid. 3I said to the king, “May the king live forever! Why should my face not be sad, when the city, the place of my ancestors’ graves, lies waste, and its gates have been destroyed by fire?” 4Then the king said to me, “What do you request?” So I prayed to the God of heaven. 5Then I said to the king, “If it pleases the king, and if your servant has found favor with you, I ask that you send me to Judah, to the city of my ancestors’ graves, so that I may rebuild it.”


Hymn - UM Hymnal #130 – God Will Take Care of You (Verses. 1 & 4)


Sermon – Rev. Dr. Pat Allen


Ministry Moment: Thoughts on Giving - guest speaker


Pastoral Prayer and Prayer of Thanksgiving - Rev. Dr. Pat Allen


Hymn - UM Hymnal #536 – Precious Name (Verses 1 & 4)


Benediction - Rev. Dr. Pat Allen


Postlude - Prelude on Take the Name of Jesus with You by Emma Lou Diemer - Marvin Mills, Organist


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Call to Worship: The Rev. Mantu Joshi, "Call To Worship (Boston Marathon Bombings)" at https://www.umcdiscipleship.org/resources/call-to-worship-boston-marathon-bombings


Lord, Build Me a Cabin in Glory Land, arr. Uzee Brown, Jr. Copyright 2008 GIA Publications. Permission to stream this music obtained from ONE LICENSE, License #735990-A. All rights reserved. 


"We Gather Together," words Nederlandtsch Gedenckclanck, 1626, trans. Theodore Baker 1894; music 16th c. Dutch melody, arr. Edward Kremser, 1877. In The United Methodist Hymnal (Nashville TN: United Methodist Publishing House, 1989), #131. Used by permission.  


"God Will Take Care of You," words Civilla D. Martin, 1904; music W. Stillman Martin, 1905. In The United Methodist Hymnal (Nashville TN: United Methodist Publishing House, 1989), #131. Used by permission.  


"Precious Name," words Lydia Baxter, 1870; music William H. Doane, 1871. In The United Methodist Hymnal (Nashville TN: United Methodist Publishing House, 1989), #536. Used by permission.


Take the Name of Jesus with You by Emma Lou Diemer, copyright 1990, The Sacred Music Press (Admin. by Music Services, Inc.).  Used by permission under CCLI license #24106074. All rights reserved.

Sunday, October 4, 2020

Eighteenth Sunday after Pentecost / WOrld Communion Sunday

Click HERE at 11:00 to view the Worship service, including live-streaming and recorded segments.


This Sunday is World Communion Sunday and one of the designated "Special Giving Sundays" in the global United Methodist Church. To make a special offering to World Communion Sunday, click HERE. To make your regular church offering online, click HERE. To read more about secure online Giving at St. Paul's on our Giving page click HERE.


Announcements - Marge Higgins, Lay Leader


Prelude - Prelude on Let Us Talents and Tongues Employ by John A. Behnke - Marvin Mills, Organist


Call to Worship - Rev. Kate Mackereth Fulton, Associate Pastor

-- Leader: The heavens declare the glory of God!

-- People: The skies proclaim God's handiwork.

-- L: The day pronounces God's glory without a sound, the night expounds God's knowledge without a word.

-- P: And yet their voice goes out through all the earth.


Hymn - UM Hymnal #114 – Many Gifts, One Spirit


Opening Prayer - Rev. Kate Mackereth Fulton, Associate Pastor

-- God who speaks,

     Your law is perfect, reviving the soul; your commandment is clear, enlightening the eyes.

     May your Spirit illumine this Word that our eyes may be opened and our souls revived.

     In Jesus' name we pray, Amen.


Pastoral Prayer


Children's Message - Dr. Meg Baker, Director of Christian Education


Anthem - Prelude on Many and Great, O God (LACQUIPARLE) by David Schelat - Marvin Mills, Organist


Scripture - Psalm 24

1The earth is the LORD’s and all that is in it,

    the world, and those who live in it;

2 for he has founded it on the seas,

    and established it on the rivers.

3 Who shall ascend the hill of the LORD?

    And who shall stand in his holy place?

4 Those who have clean hands and pure hearts,

    who do not lift up their souls to what is false,

    and do not swear deceitfully.

5 They will receive blessing from the LORD,

    and vindication from the God of their salvation.

6 Such is the company of those who seek him,

    who seek the face of the God of Jacob.

7 Lift up your heads, O gates!

    and be lifted up, O ancient doors!

    that the King of glory may come in.

8 Who is the King of glory?

    The LORD, strong and mighty,

    the LORD, mighty in battle.

9 Lift up your heads, O gates!

    and be lifted up, O ancient doors!

    that the King of glory may come in.

10 Who is this King of glory?

    The LORD of hosts,

    he is the King of glory.


Hymn - UM Hymnal #148 – Many and Great, O God


Sermon – Rev. Lemuel Dominguez, Guest Preacher


Prayer of Dedication - Rev. Kate Mackereth Fulton


Communion - The Great Thanksgiving

-- Leader: The Lord be with you.

-- People: And also with you.

-- L: Lift up your hearts.

-- People: We lift them up to the Lord.

-- L: Let us give thanks to the Lord our God.

-- People: It is right to give our thanks and praise.

-- L: It is right and a good and joyful thing always and everywhere to give thanks to you, Creating God, even in the midst of such strange times around the world. You formed us, breathing life into us. When we got ourselves into that first strange time in the garden, you clothed us and watched over us as we went out to make our own way. Your love kept calling us back to you, and sometimes we heard it. When we stepped into freedom after bondage in Egypt, we were following your love. Even in the midst of the strange times of famines and illness, injustice and unrest, you continued to create by speaking love into our hearts through prophets and teachers, priests and widows. And so with your people on earth and all the company of heaven, we praise your name and join their unending hymn.

-- People: Holy, holy, holy, God of power and might.

     Heaven and earth are full of your glory.

     Hosanna in the highest.

     Blessed is the one who comes in the name of the Lord.

-- Leader: We praise you for speaking love into and through Jesus Christ. He knew what it was like to grow up in strange times. He grew up under the violence of Roman occupation. He grew up impoverished, experiencing the pain of poverty. His heart was open to see the way we use religion not to nourish and strengthen, but to cut down and cover up. And even though the suffering of the world seemed insurmountable then, just as it does today, Jesus proclaimed the coming of a world defined entirely by love. He poured your love over us through healing the sick and eating with sinners, and he challenged us to love one another and ourselves as you love us all. Around the world our tables look different and even strange today, but your Table is always one defined by love. We love one another even by not partaking of one literal loaf. We love one another by wearing masks and distancing our bodies, even though we long to hold hands, hug, and sing. The first communion meal was a fraught table just as ours is now. Jesus knew some of his friends would betray him, deny him, and abandon him. And he nourished them anyway, just as you nourish us in these strange times. You gave yourself to us in Jesus, pouring love over us, filling us with grace. You took bread and said:

-- People: “This is my body, which is given for you.

     Do this in remembrance of me.”

-- Leader: You took drink from the vine and said:

-- People: “This cup is the new covenant in my blood,

     poured out for many for the forgiveness of sins.”

-- Leader: The disciples did not understand. We do not understand. But we remember. May our remembering connect us to you and one another even in such strange times. So let us proclaim this great mystery of our faith:

-- People: Christ has died. Christ is risen. Christ will come again.

-- Leader: Pour out your Spirit on us gathered here and on these gifts of bread and cup, pointing us toward that day when we who are many will partake of one loaf and one cup. Breathe life and love into us and knit us together, even as we eat distanced from one another. Make these gifts for us be the body and blood of Christ, that we may be for this broken world the body of Christ, redeemed by his blood. Though our communion this morning may feel disjointed and strange, nourish us to minister with all the world until Christ comes in final victory and we feast at his heavenly banquet. Through your Child Jesus Christ, with the Holy Spirit in your holy Church, all honor and glory is yours, almighty God, now and forever. 

-- People: Amen.

-- Leader: And now with the confidence of children of God, let us pray as Jesus taught us: 


The Lord’s Prayer

Our Father, who art in heaven, hallowed be thy name. Thy kingdom come, thy will be done on earth as it is in heaven. Give us this day our daily bread. And forgive us our trespasses, as we forgive those who trespass against us. And lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil. For thine is the kingdom, and the power, and the glory, forever. Amen.


The Breaking of the Bread and Offering of the Cup and Sharing in the Feast


The Prayer after Receiving

Leader: Behold: we have experienced a mystery! Ordinary bread and ordinary fruit become for us nourishing life that can transform even the grief and fear of these strange times into hope and love. May it be so not just in this meal but each meal. And may we who have been fed go forth to feed others. Amen.


Hymn – Let Us Talents and Tongues Employ


Benediction - Rev. Kate Mackereth Fulton


Postlude - Batalla del 5. Tono / Batalla on the 5th Tone, 17th cent. Spanish anonymous - Marvin Mills, Organist


CLICK HERE to read this week's announcements as listed in the weekly news.

Please note: The congregational meeting with vote on the Welcoming Statement and Reconciling Ministries Network will be on October 18; registration required. Find more information by clicking HERE.



Prelude on Let Us Talents and Tongues Employ (Linstead) by John A. Behnke, copyright 1975, 1999, 2016 by Hope Publishing. Used by permission under CCLI license #24106074. All rights reserved.


Call to Worship and Opening Prayer from Feasting on the Word Year A, Vol. 2, ed. David L. Bartlett and Barbara Brown Taylor (Louisville KY: Westminster John Knox Press, 2014), p. 187.


Many Gifts, One Spirit. Words & Music by Al Carmines, copyright 1974 by Al Carmines, in The United Methodist Hymnal (Nashville TN: United Methodist Publishing House, 1989), #114. Used by permission. 


"Lacquiparle (Many and Great)" from Many and Great: Seven Settings for Organ by David Schelat, copyright 2018, Birnamwood/Morningstar Music Publishers. Permission to stream this music obtained from ONE LICENSE, License #735990-A. All rights reserved.


Many and Great, O God. Words: Joseph R. Renville (1846); para. Philip Frazier (1929), Music: Native American Melody, harmonized by Richard Proulx (1986). Copyright 1986, GIA Publications, Inc. Permission to stream this music obtained from ONE LICENSE, License #735990-A. All rights reserved.


"Let Us Talents and Tongues Employ," Words & Music by Fred Kaan, copyright 1975, Hope Publishing Company. Used by permission under CCLI license #24106074. All rights reserved.



September 20, 2020

Sixteenth Sunday after pentecost

Click HERE at 11:00 a.m. or on the image below to see the YouTube Live worship service. This week's service will include Live Streaming portions! The video will also be available for viewing afterward. Thank you for your patience as we try some new things. Here is the Order of Worship, including congregational prayers and responses.


--Announcements  - Marge Higgins, Lay Leader


--Prelude -  IX. Dialogue, Mass for the Parishes by François Couperin - Marvin Mills, Organist


--Call to Worship

      Leader: The works of the Lord are great. Remember what God has done.

      People: Give thanks to the Lord.


--Hymn UM Hymnal #117 – O God, Our Help in Ages Past (Verses 1 & 5)


--Prayer of Confession

    Gracious God,

    we have sought after things, but we have not sought after you.

    We have expected generosity, but we have not shown generosity.

    We have note bee gracious or grateful.

    We have failed to remember all that you have done.

    Forgive us and fill our hearts with gratitude.

    Help us to share our gifts, and strengthen our legs so that we can

       run after you, O God.

    In Jesus' name we pray, Amen.


-- Declaration of Forgiveness & Pastoral Prayer – Rev. Dr. Pat Allen, Senior Pastor


-- The Lord's Prayer (UM Hymnal #895)

Our father, who art in heaven, hallowed be thy name. Thy kingdom come, thy will be done on earth as it is in heaven. Give us this day our daily bread. And forgive us our trespasses, as we forgive those who trespass against us. And lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil. For thine is the kingdom, and the power, and the glory, forever. Amen.


-- Gospel Reading: Matthew 20:1-16 (NRSV) - Melanie Modlin, Lay Reader

1“For the kingdom of heaven is like a landowner who went out early in the morning to hire laborers for his vineyard. 2After agreeing with the laborers for the usual daily wage, he sent them into his vineyard. 3When he went out about nine o’clock, he saw others standing idle in the marketplace; 4and he said to them, ‘You also go into the vineyard, and I will pay you whatever is right.’ So they went. 5When he went out again about noon and about three o’clock, he did the same. 6And about five o’clock he went out and found others standing around; and he said to them, ‘Why are you standing here idle all day?’ 7They said to him, ‘Because no one has hired us.’ He said to them, ‘You also go into the vineyard.’ 8When evening came, the owner of the vineyard said to his manager, ‘Call the laborers and give them their pay, beginning with the last and then going to the first.’ 9When those hired about five o’clock came, each of them received the usual daily wage. 10Now when the first came, they thought they would receive more; but each of them also received the usual daily wage. 11And when they received it, they grumbled against the landowner, 12saying, ‘These last worked only one hour, and you have made them equal to us who have borne the burden of the day and the scorching heat.’ 13But he replied to one of them, ‘Friend, I am doing you no wrong; did you not agree with me for the usual daily wage? 14Take what belongs to you and go; I choose to give to this last the same as I give to you. 15Am I not allowed to do what I choose with what belongs to me? Or are you envious because I am generous?’ 16So the last will be first, and the first will be last.”


-- Hymn UM Hymnal #479 – Jesus, Lover of My Soul


-- Sermon - Rev. Kate Mackereth Fulton, Associate Pastor


-- Ministry Moment - Children's Thoughts on Giving


-- Prayer of Dedication


-- Hymn UM Hymnal #508 – Faith, While Trees Are Still in Blossom (Verse 1 & 5)


-- Benediction


-- Postlude Postlude on ABERYSTWYTH by Ashley Grote - Marvin Mills, Organist


NEXT WEEK: In-person outdoor service at Reinhardt Park (across from St. Paul's front doors), 9:30 a.m. on Sunday, Sept. 27. This worship service will also include a pet blessing. READ MORE HERE!


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Call to Worship and Prayer of Confession from Feasting on the Word Year A, Vol. 2, p. 166. Used by permission.


-- Faith, While Trees are Still in Blossom, words by Anders Frostenson, trans. by Fred Kaan; music by V. Earle Copes. Copyright 1988 by Hope Publishing Company. 

-- Postlude on Aberystwyth, by Ashley Grote, from Oxford Hymn Settings for Organists: Lent and Passiontide. Copyright 2015 by Oxford University Press. All rights reserved.

Permission to podcast/stream this music obtained from ONE LICENSE, License #735990-A. All rights reserved.




September 13, 2020

Fifteenth Sunday after Pentecost

Click HERE or on the video below to see the YouTube Live worship service at 11:00 a.m. on Sunday.

This week's service will include Live Streaming portions! Thank you for your patience as we explore new production methods.


Announcements - Marge Higgins, Lay Leader

Prelude - Prelude on CWM RHONDDA by Paul Manz - Marvin Mills, organist

Call to Worship - Emma Cooper, Lay Reader

Who is like you, O Lord, majestic in holiness

and awesome in splendor?

We will sing to the Lord,

for God has triumphed gloriously.

God is our strength, our might,

and our salvation!

Music - Hymn, from Partita on DETROIT* by David Hurd - Marvin Mills, Organist

Opening Prayer - Rev. Kate Mackereth Fulton, Associate Pastor

Old Testament Reading - Exodus 14:19-31 - Emma Cooper, Lay Reader

Music - Variation I/Smoothly by David Hurd - Marvin Mills, Organist

Gospel Reading - Matthew 18:21-35 - Emma Cooper, Lay Reader

Music - Variation II/Playfully by David Hurd - Marvin Mills, Organist

Sermon - Rev. Dr. Pat Allen, Senior Pastor

Pastoral Prayer and Prayer of Thanksgiving - Rev. Dr. Pat Allen, Senior Pastor

Blessing of Sunday School Teachers and Christian Education Leaders - Rev. Kate Mackereth Fulton and Meg Baker

Christian Education Teachers & Leaders: 

Pat Allen, Meg Baker, Martha Frances Burak, Jay Codner, Carol Davies, Ashley Derr, Kate Mackereth Fulton, 

Wendy Manning, Kathy Mullens, Holly Smartt, Micah Smartt, Lyn Walker

Third Graders Receiving Personalized Bibles: 

Sebastian Derr , Carter Gelatt, Eloise Gordillo, Helena Gordillo, Alex Lombardo, Ila Martone, George Molander, 

Henry Montgomery, Gabe Petrus, Jacob Richmond, Trey Scott, Jackson Weaver

Benediction - Rev. Dr. Pat Allen, Senior Pastor

Music - Variation IX/Sturdily with accent by David Hurd - Marvin Mills, Organist


* DETROIT is the tune name for the hymn Forgive Our Sins as We Forgive (United Methodist Hymnal #390)


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Partita on DETROIT, by David Hurd (Copyright 2006 Birnamwood Publications, admin. by MorningStar Music Publishers) and Prelude on CWM RHONNDA by Paul Manz (Copyright 1989 MorningStar Music Publishers), used by permission under CCLI license #24106074. All rights reserved. 



Creating Sacred Spaces outside the walls of St. Paul's

While nothing can replace the feeling of gathering together in the Sanctuary at St. Paul's for Sunday worship services, it's also true that worship is something you can do anywhere, anytime. 


Click HERE to download the 2-page document "Worship at Home: Creating Sacred Space Outside the Walls of St. Paul's," devised by Pastor Pat. This handy guide will help you prepare your physical space and your mindset ahead of worship, and provides an outline for engaging in worship.