What to Expect When You Visit

St. Paul's welcomes all to celebrate God's love through faith and action.

St. Paul’s is a vibrant and diverse community.  When you walk through the red doors expect to see children and adults, men and women, and everything from jeans and t-shirts to suits and ties.

We are located on Harris Hill Rd. in Clarence, NY, between Main St. and Wehrle Dr. (closer to Main).  We are directly across the street from Harris Hill Elementary School.

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We do have a parking lot, but there is also parking available at the Baynes building – just past the rectory on the Main St. side of the church.  We also can park on the driveway to Harris Hill elementary – right across the street.

The 8:00 am service is a quiet and traditional service.  There are no ushers at this service, so pick up a bulletin (they are to your left as you walk through the red doors).  The service is a traditional communion service, using older language.  The only music at the service is occasional music to accompany communion.  The 8:00 congregation does great coffee and treats following the service – join them in the library.

The 10 am service uses contemporary language, and has a full set of hymns.  This is the service with all the children – they come in from Sunday School during the announcements.  An usher will hand you a bulletin and help you find what you need.  Following this service we gather in the parish hall for coffee, juice, treats and conversation.

Sunday School
The Sunday School classes are found in the Sunday School wing.  Go through the door marked “Parish Hall Entrance” or, if you came in the red doors, down the hall behind the organ.  Classes for ages 4 through grade 8 meet from 10 a.m. until the announcements when the children re-join their parents.  The last Sunday of the month the children join their parents in church for the whole service.  High School Conversations meets the first Sunday of the month from 10 - 10:30 am in the youth room.  High School youth are encouraged to choose a ministry.  High School youth participate in Acolyting, Singing in the Choir, Serving as an usher or chalice bearer, helping with the nursery or a Sunday School class.

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