Livestreaming at St. Paul's
Thanks so much for joining us in virtual worship, whether it is your first time worshiping with the St. Paul’s community, or whether you’ve been an in-person parishioner all your life. Please know that a Facebook account is not necessary to tune in. Simply click the button below to access our Facebook page, and if you don’t see the livestream, try refreshing the page closer to the times listed. “Like” our page so that you are updated with the latest streams as they begin.
Daily Livestream Worship Offerings
Begin each day at 8:30am with Morning Prayer, a simple service of psalms, prayers, and peace. Click here at 8:30am to access the livestream.
The ancient service of Compline, held each night at 9pm, is traditionally the service that closes each day, with prayers for peace, safety, and the new day to come in the morning. Click here at 9pm to access the livestream.
Weekly Livestream Worship Offerings
Sunday Eucharist and Virtual Coffee Hour
Each Sunday at 11am, Father Daniel leads a stream-side service of Holy Eucharist. Click here Sundays at 11am to access the livestream.
Following the service, Father Daniel will host a “Virtual Coffee Hour” on Zoom, a videoconferencing app. Click here at the end of Sunday morning’s worship (Sundays around 11:50am) to join the conversation on your computer or smartphone. You can also use any phone to call into Coffee Hour: dial 669-900-6833 and enter meeting ID 347 601 9612 when prompted.
The Wednesday Eucharist, held at 11:30am, is a simple service lasting about a half hour, with a brief homily offered by the preacher. Click here Wednesdays at 11:30am to access the livestream.
Thursday Celtic Liturgy
Each Thursday at 6:30pm, the Celtic liturgy explores a different theme, based on the readings of the day and the needs of the present moment. We offer services for healing, justice, peace, and transformation.
Join us online for all of Holy Week. Click the button below to learn about what we’re offering.
A livestreamed service of Compline from March 15th:
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