Welcome to St. Paul's
St. Paul's Episcopal Church is
a feisty little church with a big heart. What you'll encounter at St. Paul's is a welcoming church with members from different ethnicities, background and ages.
St. Paul's is an historic, urban Episcopal Church that sits in the heart of the Carondelet neighborhood in South St. Louis City.
What does this mean? Well, it means that St. Paul's takes seriously its call
to be disciples of Christ and to help the people of St. Louis also be disciples
of Christ. We here at St. Paul's are not perfect, but we are passionate about being the hands and feet of Christ, of listening to and discerning the call of the Holy Spirit in our individual and communal lives, and of worshiping
and praising God for the grace, glory, and love that God has rained down upon us.
Whether you are black or white, young or old, rich or poor,
St. Paul's invites you to worship with us, stay and eat a doughnut with us after church, and discern with us God's holy calling - in your life and ours.
At St. Paul's you will be welcomed and loved just the way you are!
- Fr. Robert Ard +
We are here:
St. Paul's Episcopal Church
6518 Michigan Avenue
St. Louis, Missouri, 63111
Pastor Robert's Cell: 314-619-9214
Sunday Morning Schedule:
Worship at 8:00 and 10:00am
(Healing every 3rd Sunday after each ervice.)
Coffee Hour in the parish hall follows both services. Stay and visit; we'd love to hear your story!
Feb. 15 Food Bank Sunday - 8:00 & 10:00am
Don't forget to bring non-perishable food and pantry items for the Carondelet Food Bank.
Feb. 17 Shrove Tuesday Pancakes - 6:00pm
Come one, come all! There is no charge, but free-will offerings will be gratefully accepted. Get ready for the fast of Ash Wednesday at this all-you-can-eat feast!
Feb. 18 Ash Wednesday Service - 7:00pm
Holy Eucharist with Imposition of Ashes
"Remember that you are dust, and to dust you shall return."
Thursdays in Lent (Feb. 26 - Mar. 19) 7:00pm 4-session Lenten Study Series: "Being Christian: Baptism, Bible, Eucharist, Prayer"
Using this book written by the former Archbishop of Canterbury, Rowan Williams, we'll explore these 4 essential components of the Christian Life, think through the Christian Faith and how to live it. Books are available on Amazon. We'll gather at Fr. Robert's house, just south of the church.
Ways to help those in need: