We seek to know Jesus Christ better and to reach out to others in His name


Worship Schedule

8:00am — Holy Communion, Rite I, without the Choir

9:00am — Breakfast in the Church Hall, courtesy of the Men’s Cook Teams

9:45am — Christian Education for all ages

11:00am — Holy Communion, Rite II, with the Choir

(Nursery is available in the Parish Hall beginning at 9:45am)

St. Paul’s is seeking a part-time Director of Children and Youth Ministries. The envisioned candidate should be passionate about his/her faith in Jesus Christ and sharing this faith with children, youth and families. Besides a commitment to Christ, an appreciation of the Biblical faith, an understanding of children and youth, enthusiasm, good time management skills and leadership are essential in this position.

For more information, please contact the church office (482-3522, stpaulsedenton@gmail.com) or Grace Bean (333-0070, gabby1950@hotmail.com).


welcomes you


Monday December 11 through Friday December 15
   5:00 to 5:30 pm Advent Present

Sunday, December 17
   8:00 am HE Rite I
   9:00 am Breakfast
   9:45 am Christian Education
   11:00 am HE Rite II, St. Paul’s Christmas Pageant


Sunday, December 24
   10:00 am HE Rite II, Advent Four
   4:00 pm HE Rite II, Christmas Eve Service
   10:30 Special Music
   11:00 pm HE Rite II, Christmas Eve Service

Monday, December 25
   No Services
   Office Closed


Monday December 11
   7:00 pm “Faith In the Round” Class led by Malone

Wednesday, December 13
   7:30pm Choir Practice

Thursday, December 14
   9am Ecumenical Women’s Bible Study

Friday, December 15
   6:30 am Livy Goodman Prayer Group

Friday, December 15
   Office Closing at Noon

Saturday, December 16
   4pm Choir Rehearsal

St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Edenton, NC, is a parish that answers God’s call to help neighbors in need. Our vision for St. Paul’s is to seek to know Jesus Christ better and to reach out to others in His name.

mission sign

We are reminded each week as we leave our churchyard: “You are now entering the mission field. Go forth to serve the Lord!”

St Paul’s is a place where you can sense not only the past, but also the Holy Spirit. Come and see for yourself what God is doing here.