As a celebrating church, we share Holy Communion as our primary and usual form of worship. We find our strength and obtain spiritual nourishment from sharing the Body and Blood of Christ. Whether contemporary or traditional, the way we worship can be traced to the ancient church of the First Century as instituted by Our Lord, Jesus Christ. All baptized Christians are welcome at God's Table in Saint Paul's Church.More about Worshiping
Saint Paul's is involved in several outreach ministries that help feed and clothe those who have the least and bringing the Church to the sick and shut-ins. Our Cheery Kitchen ministry feeds anyone who wants a hot breakfast two days a week. Our Encore Shop resells previously owned items for pennies or no charge, so that everyone can go to school or work in decent clothes.More about Ministering
Spiritual growth occurs in two ways: corporately and individually. Saint Paul's offers a variety of opportunities to grow spiritually, including Cursillo, Bible study groups, prayer groups, Christian education and Sunday School for the children, Saint Paul's Saturday Mornings, and we have a free lending library with both contemporary and classic Christian writings.More about Growing Spiritually
- 8:00 a.m. Holy Eucharist, Traditional Language
- 10:00 a.m. Holy Eucharist, Contemporary Language, Traditional Music (Nursery Provided)
- 11:00 a.m Sunday School
- 11:30 a.m. Holy Eucharist, Contemporary Language, Contemporary Music
- 12:15 p.m. Holy Communion and Healing in the Chapel
This Week at Saint Paul's
Saint Paul's is wheelchair accessible to all areas.
Saint Paul's La Cocina Alegra (Happy Kitchen) is a Designated Jubilee Ministry Center
Serving breakfast two mornings per week, Tuesdays and Fridays, to anyone who is hungry. Staffed by volunteers from K-State Canterbury Episcopal Ministry on Tuesdays and members of Seven Dolors Roman Catholic Church, and the Manhattan Unitarian Society on Fridays.