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Sunday Worship Services at St. Paul's

| Morning Holy Eucharist Sundays at 10 am |
| Evening Eucharist in the Celtic Tradition Sundays at 5 pm |

Youth Sunday: June 9 (rehearsal May 26)
Parish Barbecue: June 9th at 11:15 (after 10 am worship)
Parish Town Hall Meeting: June 16 at 11:15 am

Worship leaflets will be available Sunday mornings HERE

Click HERE for our livestream Sundays at 10 AM

Welcome to
St. Paul's
Episcopal Church

A welcoming
community of faith
in historic Woodbury, CT

in the love of Christ


Worship with St. Paul's

  At St. Paul's Episcopal Church, we offer two worship opportunities: traditional Sunday Morning Eucharist at 10:00 a.m. and Sunday Evening Eucharist in the Celtic Tradition at 5:00 p.m. with contemporary music. If you can't join us in person, tune in to our Sunday Morning live-stream which is available on the Worship page and on Facebook & YouTube. Sunday Morning Worship Services are followed by Coffee Hour, a time for community and fellowship. Come early to join Rev. Tuesday's Rector's Forum at 9 a.m. Sunday School meets monthly during our 10 a.m. Eucharist. Please visit our Calendar page for the most up-to-date schedule. 

Note: on Saturday, June 1 our Evening Eucharist moves to Saturday at Camp Washington, no Sunday Evening Eucharist June 02. Regular worship schedule resumes June 09..

Sunday at  10 a.m.

Traditional Morning Eucharist . . . . . 10 a.m.

Streams live online here

 Rector's Forum . . . . . .9:00  a.m. 
 Coffee Hour . . . . . . . . . following worship

Sunday School resumes in the fall! Our all ages Sunday School meets monthly. Find out more on our Children's Ministry page.
Youth Sunday June 9.

*Check our Calendar for special services, like the Blessing of the Animals, events, our holiday services, and monthly Sunday School dates!

Sunday at  5 p.m.

Holy Eucharist in the Celtic Tradition . . . 5 p.m.

* No Evening Celtic Service on April 7 or June 2

Our Sunday Evening Celtic Eucharist features contemporary music with guitarist, Pete Miserendino. Join Rev. Tuesday at 5 p.m. for an inclusive holy communion, beautiful music, & powerful words. (in-person only)

Note that our five times a year we gather at Camp Washington for a Community Dinner and Celtic Eucharist. On those weekends, this gathering takes place Saturday evening and replaces the Sunday Evening Celtic Eucharist. Coming up: April 06 and June 01.

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All-Ages Youth Programs

Find more information on our Children's Ministry Page including the full schedule and contact details. For the most up-to-date information, check our Google Calendar and subscribe to St. Paul's weekly newsletter eConnections (above).

At SPC Woodbury we offer Children and Youth Programming bi-weekly with a variety of activities including All-Ages Sunday School Classes and Youth Sunday Services. Children are always welcome at our services! Our teachers have prepared Busy Bags which children can use to keep their hands busy with relevant quiet activities while they follow along with our worship services. For grown-ups with little ones, we have nursery facilities for your use with changing table, rocking chairs, et al, and a tv live-stream of the service so you can keep up while you're there. Our all-ages Sunday School meets one to two Sundays each month during our Morning Worship Service. Children and youth start and finish the worship service in the Sanctuary. An usher can direct you to the Sunday School coordinators. We'd love to have your family join ours!

April Sunday School Field Trips
Thank you volunteers for two fun days! Fishing Field Trip on April 13 with Scout Leader Russ and Local History Day on April 27 with archivist Lois, including a visit to the neighboring Glebe House Museum.

Youth Sundays at St. Paul's
Eight Sundays a year our young people take the lead, assisting Rev. Tuesday Rupp, Deacon David Rhodes & intern Phoebe Oler throughout the morning worship service.

Easter Egg Hunt! Snapshot of Rev. Tuesday Rupp with a crowd of eager egg-hunters after our Easter Service on March 31, 2024. What a great turn out! 🐣

All Ages Sunday School classes coming up on March 3 & 17; April 14 & 28; Youth Sunday: May 12 & June 9; Rehearsal: May 26
See our full schedule on the Children and Youth Ministries page (click here.)

Spring in full swing: Moments in March, April, & May

Holy Week and the Season of Easter at St. Paul's Church in Woodbury

What a joyful day! We had a full house on Easter Sunday, but we were more than ready: with hundreds of Easter Eggs stuffed by our volunteers as seen above!

THANK YOU from the bottom of our hearts for all our community members who each year bring the power and glory of Easter to our festivities 🩷

The Passion: Palm Sunday a
Thank you to the FaLiSaD Trio, the handbell choir members who shared their talents on March 24 for Palm Sunday this year.

Living the Greatest Commandment

Everything we do, from worship to pastoral care to formation to serving our community, comes from Jesus' Greatest Commandment. 

Jesus said “love the Lord your God with all your heart, with all your being, with all your mind, and with all your strength. This is the first and greatest commandment. The second is this, You will love your neighbor as yourself. No other commandment is greater than these.”
-Mark 12:28-31


Celtic Eucharist
at Camp Washington on Saturday, September 7 and November 2, 2024!

Community Dinner & Celtic Eucharist: First Saturdays at Camp Washington

Registration required, see link below.

Five times a year our Celtic Eucharist moves to Camp Washington for a special Community Dinner & Celtic Eucharist on First Saturdays bi-monthly at 5 PM.

NOTE: No Sunday Evening service either weekend. Our Camp Washington Saturday service replaces the Sunday evening service for that weekend only.

Our regular schedule Sunday Evening Celtic Eucharist weekly at 5 PM resumes the following Sunday 

You are Welcome at St. Paul's!

 We are ALL made in God's image. No exceptions. We welcome all people, all families, and all love. We are the Episcopal branch of the Jesus Movement.
Celebrate Christ's light with St. Paul's Sundays at 10 a.m. and 5 p.m. 
Join us in the Way of Love

Little Free Pantry: Caring for our Community

Unopened nonperishable food items can be brought into the Parish Hall and added to the metal shelves beside the coat rack. Please no textiles/clothing, perishable or expired food. Thank you!

Our Little Free Pantry is a labor of love made by our faith community for the betterment of our entire community. At St. Paul's we spread the love of Christ by embodying his call to love without exception. It is Jesus' message of charity that inspired the statue known as homeless Jesus which was (infamously) perched on our front steps beside our Little Free Pantry from February - October 2023. The Gospel of Matthew reminds us to see Christ in the stranger, the beggar, the overlooked... We hope our 24/hr outdoor Free Pantry can serve those most in need throughout the community. Click images to enlarge.

Morning Prayer and Compline

Weekdays on Zoom

Mornings at 7:30 a.m.
Evenings at 8:00 p.m.

⁕ Click here to join on Zoom 

Note: does not take place on holidays

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COVID 19 Protocols

 Caring for one another in community is at the heart of St. Paul's parish. We have not needed to alter these protocols since 2022; we pray that continues to be the case. May God bless all of us with health and access to lifesaving remedies.

Our current protocols are:
 - Masking is OPTIONAL at St. Paul's. We always have masks available if needed. Ask an usher for a mask.
 - Vaccinations and appropriate boosting is STRONGLY encouraged and appreciated for COVID and all communicable diseases.
 - Clergy and staff are vaccinated and boosted.
 - Continue taking common sense precautions to protect each other:
• Wash your hands thoroughly and often
• If you are not feeling well, are at higher risk, or may have been exposed, masking is appreciated (covering nose and mouth.) Ask an usher for a mask.
• Please stay home if you are unwell or have been exposed (check out our live stream on the Worship page)
• Let others know if you become sick later and may have inadvertently exposed them.

Thank you for caring for our community.

We will be following the guidelines established by the CDC and using the rate of infections in our county and town as indicators of risk and precautions. As the realities of COVID-19 shift, we will respond accordingly. Follow the latest news by signing up for our weekly E-Connections emails - see above.

Guide to masks


294 Main Street South
Woodbury, CT 06798, US

Worship Services at St. Paul's

Sunday Morning Service @ 10 a.m.
Sunday Evening Service @  5 p.m.

Rector's Forum @ 9 a.m.
Coffee Hour following Sunday morning service

St. Paul's Episcopal Church
Church open daily for prayer
Office: Mon, Wed, Thurs afternoons, by appointment

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