The Lord's Supper, Holy Eucharist, is a central part of our worship at Saint Paul's. Also called "Holy Communion", the Eucharist is the family meal for all Christians and a foretaste of the heavenly banquet. As such, all persons are welcome to receive the bread and wine, and be in communion with God and each other. Holy Eucharist is celebrated at Saint Paul's on Sunday's and Wednesdays, and on other special occasions.
Our weekday service at noon has returned. Here are some things to know:
- The service will be held on Thursdays at noon.
- The service will be Holy Eucharist Rite 2 with Unction.
- Maximum attendance will be 10 people.
- Reservations can be made by contacting Penny Seawell in The Parish Office (251-943-2173) or by email.
- Masks will be required for attendance.
- Social Distancing is expected with alternate seating in pews.
- The Passing of The Peace will be verbal.
- A bulletin will be prepared. No prayer books will be used.
- Hand Sanitizer will be available.
- Prayers for healing will be offered one person at-a-time.
- Communion will be administered individually at the gate of the chancel
Join us on Sundays as we gather for services. Here are some things to know:
- We are now offering two Sunday morning services: 8:00 a.m. and 10:00 a.m.
- Each service is allowed 55 participants. Please reserve your spot by contacting Penny Seawell in the Parish Office (251-943-2173) or by email.
- The 10:00 a.m. services offers a livestreaming option on the Saint Paul's Facebook Page.
- If you are not comfortable attending, not feeling well, or have any symptoms of COVID-19, please stay home and join us for our livestream.
- You must wear a mask to attend.
- Social Distancing is required.
We hope you will join us on Sundays!
*Follow The Word Is Currently On A Hiatus Due to COVID-19*
All children and youth ages 3 to 11 are invited to Follow the Word during our 10:00am service. At Follow the Word, children gather with one or more of our adult leaders to hear an age appropriate reading of the Gospel, discuss examples of how we can carry what we learn in church out into the world, and create a "Word Offering" which illustrates a way to understand Jesus's teachings.
Follow The Word begins in the Church prior to the reading of Scripture. The children return during mid-service annoucements.