St. Pauls Episcopal Church
Faith in Practice
“Come be, belong, and become with us.”
During the Coronavirus pandemic, we will follow State and Diocesan guidelines. Attendance is limited to 25 people at a service. Properly worn face masks (covering mouth and nose) are mandatory and we will maintain social distance of six feet. Face masks and hand sanitizer are available at the entrance of the church. We will refrain from hugging during the Passing of the Peace until it is safe to do so. We are anxious to resume coffee hour and will do so at our earliest safe opportunity.
St. Paul’s Church, Montrose welcomes you. If you are visiting, seeking, considering a new church family or your first church family, you will find the following at St. Paul’s. We are an affirming, worshiping faith community of imperfect people who do our best to spread the love of Jesus. Judging is left to God; it’s too much work for us mere mortals. We love children and don’t care if yours act like children during the service. We embrace you if you are gay, straight, Christian, not sure what you are, sad, happy, a person in addiction or someone in recovery. When we pass the peace, you will be greeted by all of us; don’t be afraid — we like to hug! Everyone is welcome at the communion rail whether for a blessing or to receive the sacraments. You will be invited to coffee hour by at least ten of us. We promise you won’t go away hungry! Give us a chance — we’re eager to meet you!
– St Paul’s Episcopal Church
The Rt. Rev. Kevin D. Nichols, Bishop
The heart and soul of our church
You are welcome to join us for any or all worship services at St. Paul’s. All baptized Christians are welcome to receive the Holy Eucharist at our services. Like all other Episcopal churches, we use The Book of Common Prayer for our services.
Community Outreach & Drives
St. Paul’s offers a wide variety of outreach programs, showing our commitment to our community and being a source of hope to those in need. Please browse our outreach programs, and feel free to contact us regarding any suggestions you may have.