As Christians, we are called upon to serve God through our thoughts, words and actions. St. Paul's provides many opportunities to serve the Cathedral, in addition to serving the larger community. Opportunities include participating in church services, serving others in the community, and through continuing Christian education.
A hallmark of St. Paul's is its deep commitment to helping adult parishioners in their quest of life-long learning about the Christian faith - growing awareness of God's goodness in our lives - and to deepen one's spiritual walk on the Earth. St. Paul's Adult Growth and Education challenges each of us to expand our knowledge and offers many opportunities for the expression of one…Read More »
One of St. Paul’s outreach programs is the Oakerhater Guild. This ministry continues the work begun by the Reverend David Pendelton Oakerhater to the Cheyenne and Arapaho tribe of Western Oklahoma. Rev. Oakerhater was the first Native American to be ordained in the Episcopal Church, to the order of deacons.
Oakerhater, or “Making Medicine”, was born circa 1847 in Western …Read More »
Your family is important here.
We at Saint Paul’s are committed to helping children grow in faith. While it may seem that they don’t always understand what is going on, they often understand more than we realize. By our attitude, they understand church is a special and sacred place where they are loved and accepted. Our church service provides an excellent opportunity for pa…Read More »
Nursery and Child Care is offered Sundays from 8:00 a.m. until 12:30 pm
- Nursery: Infants through age 3
- Childcare: Ages 3 through 7
Sometimes young children find a church service a challenge to endure. St. Paul's offers the option for adults to place children in the Nursery or in Child Care. In addition to Sunday mornings, the Nursery and Child Care is available Wednesday evenings d…Read More »
One of the many positive things St. Paul's is known for is its welcoming spirit and there are many occasions to feel part of the Cathedral community.
Coming together with new acquaintances or joining long-time friends for coffee, a good meal, thoughtful conversation or in prayer is what makes St. Paul's a special church home. In fact, there are plenty of opportuni…Read More »
"Truely I tell you, just as you did it to one of the least of these who are members of my family, you did it to me." Matthew 25:40
Jesus calls us to love our neighbors as ourselves. Our Outreach ministries identify areas of need in our local community and beyond where parishioners share their time, talents and treasure. As is so often the case, we discover we receive more than we give.
Contemplative Prayer and Meditation
Lectio Divina is an ancient way of praying the Scriptures, dating back to Origen of Alexandria in the 3rd century, who introduced a way of praying the Scriptures that would unlock the message of Scriptural texts. The Desert Fathers and Mothers of 4th century Egypt developed the process, bringing it into daily use.
Centering P…Read More »
At St. Paul's we strive to walk with our teens on their path to adulthood. Our desire is to help them recognize their spiritual gifts, learn how to serve God, help them form and learn answers to their questions about faith while fostering their desire to make a difference in the world.
Our youth group activities and relationships build on our shared Baptismal Covenant w…Read More »