COVID-19 Updates


We have in-person worship at 8 & 10 am on Sunday mornings.  Masks are required for non-vaccinated people.  As of August 25, Bishop Rowe is now strongly recommending masks for everyone, regardless of vaccination status.
We are continuing to broadcast Morning Prayer at 10 am on Sunday on our Facebook page & post it on our Vimeo channel.  You can find the bulletin here.

Parish Events

Some of our parish events have resumed meeting in-person with masks & social distancing.  Others are remaining on Zoom.  Subscribe to our e-newsletter for up to date information and links.

Puzzle Exchange

We have a puzzle exchange located in the garden area in front of our building.  It works like the little free libraries. Bring the puzzles that you have finished and pick up a new one or two.  We are suggesting that you leave the puzzles in your trunk or garage for a day or two (Johns Hopkins says the virus might live up to 24 hours on cardboard).


We have in-person worship at 8 & 10 am on Sunday mornings.  Masks are required for non-vaccinated people.  With social distancing requirements, there are 19 pews available for each service, 1 household per pew.

We are continuing digital worship at 10 am on Sunday. The service consists of Morning Prayer, and is broadcast on our Facebook page & posted on our Vimeo channel.  You can download a booklet with worship for September here.  The bulletin for this coming Sunday can be found here.

In addition, you can download a brochure that includes a number of different prayers you can use with your family.

Office Hours

We are currently working mostly from home, although we are in the office occasionally.  The best way to reach us is by email.

Email Parish Administrator Liz Brauza-Hughes

or reach out by phone 716-632-8221.  We are monitoring the phone & mail.

Subscribe to our weekly e-newsletter.

What to Expect When You Visit

We have resumed in-person worship.  The services are held at 8 & 10 am.  It is a shortened version of Holy Communion.  Masks are required for everyone attending this service.  There are 19 pews available at each service.  One household per pew.

The service begins with some short prayers and then moves to the Gospel reading and sermon.  Following the sermon is the Creed, prayers of the people and the communion prayer.

Communion is only the wafer at this time and is distributed using tongs.  You are asked to return to your pew before consuming your wafer.

The service lasts about ½ hour.

Our Digital Worship is at 10 am on our Facebook page.  It is a Morning Prayer service. Morning Prayer is a service of the Episcopal Church that is based on Scripture.  The service starts with a confession of sin.  It then moves to two psalms that you can join in reciting.  Those are followed by a reading from the Gospel and a brief sermon.  After the sermon there is a Canticle (which is a portion of scripture said together), the Apostles’ Creed and prayers, including the Lord’s Prayer.  The service lasts around 20-25 minutes.

Connect With Us

You can connect with St. Paul’s on Social media.  Our Facebook page has events, pictures, videos and reflections through the week.

Our Instagram & Twitter are mostly used for inspirational thoughts.

You can find videos of worship services, Christmas pageants and Brown Bag sermons on our Vimeo channel.

We have launched a YouTube channel for St. Paul’s. Our first offering is a series of stories called the Jesse Tree. The Jesse Tree tells the story of the relationship of God with human beings from Creation through the birth of Jesus.
The stories are told by a variety of people. Each story is about 5 minutes long. We are posting new stories through the year.

Upcoming Events

This is a busy place – there are nearly always at least two things going on at once.

Here are some upcoming events that may interest you:

Sunday morning worship takes place on our Facebook page at 10:00 am.
Zoom links for our other digital events can be found in our weekly e-newsletter.
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  • Wednesday, September 22 – 10 am – Bible Study on Zoom
  • Sunday, September 26 – 8 & 10 am – In-person Worship
  • Sunday, September 26 – 10 am – Digital Worship on our Facebook Page
  • Sunday, September 26 – 11 am – St. Paul’s Kids
  • Monday, September 27 – 7 pm – Vestry Meeting
  • Wednesday, September 29 – 10 am – Bible Study on Zoom
  • Saturday, October 2 – 3-4 pm – Drive-Thru Pet Prayers

For more event information, please visit our Calendar.

Our Podcasts

Listen to our podcasts!

We are currently running a series on the Journey and Letters of Paul.

On our podcast site you can also find previous Bible Study topics and some of our adult education and book study discussions.

Our podcasts are live recordings of our in person (or Zoom) gatherings.

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