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)
We always welcome visitors to our historic church and new members to our vibrant church community.
Please see our service schedule on the home page and visit us at any time. If you would like to speak to someone at St. Paul’s before you visit, please contact our Parish Administrator, Margot Filipowicz at 252-482-3522 or firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have any questions about St. Paul’s call 252-482-3522.
Please make yourself known to our clergy or Greeters so you can fill out a welcome card. Someone from our staff will follow up with you and answer any questions you may have about St. Paul’s. We invite you to attend a Newcomers Dinner to learn more about our parish family. These informal dinners are held twice a year at the home of one of our Parishoners.
For those who have never been an Episcopalian or have never been baptized, we offer confirmation classes annually. New Episcopalians are then baptized and/or confirmed by the bishop.
If you are an Episcopalian, please request that your Letter of Transfer be sent to St. Paul’s from your former parish. Margot Filipowicz in the church office will be pleased to help you. Someone from our Newcomers committee will assist you in getting further involved in the church by connecting you to areas in which you are interested.