Saint Paul’s Episcopal Church


Membership in the Episcopal Church is simply through the Sacrament of Holy Baptism. If you have not been Baptized,  and wish to, please reach out to our Rector.  If you were Baptized in another Christian denomination, ask our Rector how to have your Baptism recorded in our congregation’s register. Adults and youth who have been baptized in another Christian Church but have not been confirmed may be confirmed during the bishop’s annual visit or at a diocesan confirmation service. Those who have been confirmed in another church (e.g., Roman Catholic, Lutheran, Orthodox) and wish to make a commitment to the Episcopal Church are “received” by the bishop at the same confirmation service. Episcopalians who have been away from the church for a time or who have experienced a significant spiritual renewal may publicly reaffirm their commitment during the same service. Members who have received Holy Communion in this Church at least three times during the preceding year are considered to be communicants. Communicants “in good standing” have been faithful in corporate worship, and in working, praying, and giving for the spread of the Kingdom of God. If you have questions about membership or want to become a member, be confirmed, or reaffirm your commitment to Christ and this church, please contact our Rector.