Worship At Home

Sunday Worship at Home will begin at 10:30 am each Sunday. 

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Starting April 11, we will offer in-person worship in the Sanctuary each Sunday. Click here to learn more. We will continue to offer the 10:30 service as a livestream in the sections below, so those who wish to worship from home may do so. The worship bulletin will be available each week as a downloadable *pdf file.

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To make an offering, please click here to go to stpaulsk.org/giving for secure online giving.

Drop-in office hours are Monday-Thursday, 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM starting April 12. Appointments strongly recommended! Individual clergy and staff availability varies. For contact information, click here to go to the Meet the Staff page.

Second Sunday in Eastertide

April 11, 2021

Worship will be livestreamed here at 10:30 a.m. on Sunday. Worship is in-person in the Sanctuary this week. 

The worship bulletin is available as a *pdf by clicking the button below.

Worship Bulletin

Easter Sunday

April 4, 2021

Worship Livestreamed at 10:30

Easter Worship will be held in-person in Reinhardt Park across the street from St. Paul's front doors. The 10:30 worship service will be livestreamed right here.

Download the *pdf of the worship bulletin by clicking the button below!

Worship Bulletin

April 2, 2021

Good Friday

This service will start at 7:30 p.m.

Gathering Words - Rev. Dr. Pat Allen

      One: All you who pass this way

      Many: Look and see, the shadow of sin

      One: All you who pass this way

      Many: Look and see the weight of the world

      One: All you who pass this way

      Many: Look and see, the suffering of our Savior.

      One: All you who pass this way

      Many: Look and see, the sorrow of Jesus Christ

      One: Behold, the Lamb of God, who takes away the sins of the world.

            (based on Lamentations 1:12)

Song - Tom Pedersen, Director of Music

Go to Dark Gethsemane

Shadow of Condemnation - Ryan Lipford, Lay Reader

Reading: Luke 23:32-34

Prayer: Forgiving Christ, when the world condemns us, when wrong is done to us, when we carry the weight of things that are too much to forgive, come along side us in the darkness, and give us the grace to be forgiven and forgiving.

Moment of Silence

Shadow of Separation - Anne Rush, Lay Reader

Reading: Luke 23:35-43

Prayer: Reconciling Christ, we are weighed down by sin and separation, a world that is not at peace, people who are not whole. You reached out to the thief, you welcomed him to God’s side. Come alongside us in the darkness, and bring grace and peace to everything that is broken.

Moment of Silence

Song - Tom Pedersen

Jesus, Remember Me by Jacques Berthier, from Les Presses de Taizé

Shadow of Sorrow - Betsey Katiti, Lay Reader

Reading: John 19:25-27

Prayer: Loving Jesus, we carry the weight of the people we love, concern for their sorrows and suffering. Our care for them is deep, and sometimes there is not much we can do. Come alongside us in the darkness, and cradle the ones we love in your strong hands.

Moment of Silence

Shadow of Despair - Marge Higgins, Lay Leader

ReadingMark 15:33-34

Prayer: Lord Jesus Christ, you know what it is to feel that God is far away. You know what it is to call out for God’s presence. Come alongside us in the darkness, and help us call out for God.

Moment of Silence

Shadow of Suffering - Athena Gaalswyk, Lay Reader

Reading: John 19:28-30

Prayer: Suffering Savior, in all our thirst, in all our sickness, in all our longing, in all our pain, you are there. Come alongside us in the darkness, and walk with us through all our suffering.

Moment of Silence

Song - Tom Pedersen

I Want Jesus to Walk with Me

Shadow of Death - Mike McCurry

Reading: Luke 23:44-49

Prayer: Dearest Jesus, even in death, you are there. When we mourn, when we are afraid, when we come to our own end, you have been there, too. Come alongside us in the darkness, and carry us through death to life.

Moment of Silence

Song - What Wondrous Love Is This - Marvin Mills and Mollie Weikert, soprano

Moment of Silence

Song - Tom Pedersen

The Power of the Cross

Benediction - Rev. Kate Mackereth Fulton

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.