If you want to follow Jesus the Christ in community, St Paul’s just might be the place for you. As Episcopalian Christians, we affirm the loving, liberating, lifegiving God who is our Creator, Redeemer, and Sustainer. 
We never arrive, but we are all committed to walking this Way of Love together. Our dedicated team would love to connect with you, hear more of your story, and help find the best place for you to flourish.

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Baptism and Eucharist are the two sacraments of the Episcopal Church. (In addition, we have five sacramental rites: Confirmation, Ordination, Holy Matrimony, Reconciliation of a Penitent, and Unction [Anointing].)

Baptism initiates us into the body of Christ and marks us as Christians. In it we are sealed by the Holy Spirit and marked as Christ’s own forever.

Preparation is necessary for the sacrament of baptism. If the person to be baptized is an infant or young child, their parents, guardians, and godparents (sponsors) must prepare for the joys and obligations of bringing them up as Christians so that when they are old enough to choose for themselves, they will affirm the promises of baptism made on their behalf when they were younger.

If the person is old enough to make their own decision to be baptized, they must prepare for it by understanding the promises they will make in baptism and the privileges and responsibilities that will be theirs as part of the body of Christ.

Contact Padre Donna to learn more about the process and how to get started.

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Opportunities to serve at St Paul’s include, Loads of Love (a community laundry ministry), Saturday Morning Volunteers (work around the church and grounds and preparation for special services and events), St Paul’s Docents (welcoming visitors and sharing the history of St Paul’s), Third Tuesdays at Poinciana Gardens (healing prayer with distribution of communion to residents and staff), and Worship Ministries (ushers, acolytes/altar ministers, choir, altar guild, linen guild).

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If you are an Episcopalian and would like to transfer your membership either to or from St Paul’s, please contact Aubrey in the church office. If you are not an Episcopalian and would like to learn more about membership, please contact Padre Donna. Membership classes are offered whenever there are folks interested in joining.