Our church is a parish of the Reformed Episcopal Church. We were organized in February 2003 with the goal of worshiping in the Anglican tradition upholding the authority of Holy Scripture, the traditional Book of Common Prayer and the Articles of Religion, to which all bishops and clergy in Apostolic succession subscribe.  “Our mission is to continue the old paths of the Protestant Episcopal Church as established through the English Reformers back to the ancient church of the Apostles and Jesus Christ.” We follow the liturgical worship of the 1928 Book of Common Prayer and….

st pauls about us
st pauls church

The Rev. Dr. S. Randall Toms is the Vicar of St. Paul’s Reformed Episcopal Church.  With over 20 years of pastoral experience, he has served several congregations in Louisiana.  He holds a B. A. from La. Tech University, a Master of Divinity from the New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary, and a Ph.D. in English from Louisiana State University.  His doctoral dissertation, Ambivalent Idylls, compared the novels of Ellen Glasgow, William Faulkner, and Thomas Hardy.  He and his wife, Bettyna, have one daughter, Rebekah, and three grandchildren, Rachel, Bobby, and Reed. Click below on the many sermons, bible studies and daily devotionals that form the teaching ministry of Father Toms at our church:

Daily Devotionals

Sermons

Bible Studies

Sunday School

“In the morning, LORD, you hear my voice; in the morning I lay my requests before you and wait expectantly.”
Psalm 5:3 (NIV)

Apostolic Ministry

The church is the body of Christ on earth and where Christ meets with His people. Our worship is reverent and follows the manner instructed by Him

Liturgical Worship

The Lord has called us to worship in the “beauty of holiness” and we are grateful to join the church catholic in the majestic liturgy handed to us by the ancient church.

Church Calendar and Fellowship

The church calendar, as handed to us by our Fathers, gives us the ever faithful guide to celebrating the Christian life as a church and our personal lives.

Printing Ministry

Proclaiming the gospel of Christ is by worship, our lives and the articulated word. We do this through the printed and social word.