Joining St. Paul’s:
Our church is a welcoming community and invites you to attend worship or other activities. We encourage you to get to know us as an Episcopal parish and opportunities that might help you serve God through your gifts and passions. If you would like to become a member, please contact Fr. Steve Teague. We offer the Sacrament of Holy Baptism, if you have not been baptized (for infants, children and adults). Confirmation or Reception (for those who have been confirmed by a bishop in another denomination) is offered after a series of classes that will acquaint you more fully with the Episcopal Church and St. Paul’s in particular. If you decide to join formally or participate with us, we like to register your participation/membership in the Church Register, have you on the parish mailing lists, and honor special moments in your life on anniversary dates.
Q: Can I join St. Paul’s if I’m not an Episcopalian?
A: Yes, absolutely! Please contact Fr. Steve for more information. All that is needed is your desire and request. If you know where your membership is, let us know, along with the church address so we can write to let them know of your affiliation with us. If you are unsure of where membership is, talk with Fr. Steve.
Q: What if I am not sure if I have been baptized or confirmed?
A: Nothing to worry about! You can receive the Sacraments of Baptism and Confirmation at St. Paul’s. If you have been baptized/confirmed, but do not have your certificates or know the dates, talk with Fr. Steve.
Q: Can I join St. Paul’s if I have a different faith tradition (or none)?
A: Yes, and we would like to help you know what we believe and expect. If you have been a member of another faith, or none, and are interested in exploring the Christian faith and Episcopal Church expression, contact Fr. Steve
Q: Can I take communion at St. Paul’s if I am not a member?
A: All Christians of any denominational background are welcomed to receive. If you have questions, talk with Fr. Steve.