About St. Paul's
Paul's Reformed Episcopal Church stands for the beliefs and practices of
the ancient, undivided Church. We are a new congregation, established
in February 2003, that aims to provide opportunities for spiritual
growth and service. Our church provides a unique blend of majestic,
liturgical worship, coupled with preaching based on the conviction that
the Bible is the inspired, inerrant word of God. If you are looking for
a church that combines reverent worship with the solid exposition of
Scripture, St. Paul's is the church for you. If you are new to the
Christian faith, or the Episcopal tradition, we invite you to come,
learn your own pace, and experience the richness of worshiping in the
St. Paulís Reformed Episcopal Church is a congregation of believers in
Jesus Christ who seek to faithfully worship Him in continuity with the
Church of all ages. We are both Catholic and Reformed, meaning we
cherish the Tradition, customs and doctrines of the Historic Church that
are consistent with the Holy Scriptures. We are an Anglican Church,
meaning that we are Episcopally governed and worship using the Book of
Below are some of the beliefs that are at
the core of our faith and practice:
The Church is called to be the custodian
of the Holy Scriptures: Godís definitive and personal word to mankind.
The Scriptures reveal that because of sin, mankind has lost fellowship
and communion with Almighty God. To restore us to fellowship and to
save us from the consequence of our sin, God the Son became Man, lived a
perfect life and died on the Cross. He was raised from the dead on the
third day and ascended into heaven, enthroned as the King of kings.
Through Jesus Christ, God gives us life, salvation and communion by
virtue of His grace. This Good News has been given to all; recorded in
the Holy Scriptures and proclaimed by the Church. This is the
Evangelical message of the Gospel that we are called to receive by faith
and live out in faithfulness.
By Apostolic, we mean the Universal Faith and practice once delivered to
the Saints. It is important to have a continuity of belief, worship and
authority with the Church that was founded upon Christ and the Apostles.
The Holy Spirit has established and
protected this heritage: Apostolic Creeds and Doctrine; Biblical
Worship; Sacramental Spirituality; Historic Order of ministry. Our
approach to God is not innovative. The healthy spirituality of the
Christian is a balance of deepening devotion and glorifying, sacred
worship that has been practiced by the Faithful for centuries.
The Church is one big Christian family
unified and connected to one another through Christ Jesus. The Church
is called to serve God and also to serve each other in love. We do this
through genuine care and personal relationships fostered through
worship, fellowship and ministry opportunities.