Parish ChoirSince 1880, well-prepared, skillfully presented liturgical music has been at the heart of worship at Saint Paul’s Church. Currently, a mixed choir of more than thirty volunteers and professional Staff Singers supports and enriches the music of the ten o’clock Sunday Eucharist, as well as Evensong and Feast Day liturgies throughout the year.
Discover more by clicking this link. Learn how to join the choir, take a listen, and view our programming.
Children's & Youth Ministry - Growing in FaithFamilies and children as always invited to attend worship, especially our monthly WONDER Eucharist which takes place on 1st Sundays in Saint Paul’s Chapel. Nursery care is available for our Sunday morning 10:00 am Holy Eucharist, but children are encouraged to worship alongside their parents. For our more wiggly worshipers, we have Worship Bags equipped with books, manipulatives, coloring pages that correspond with the scripture, and opportunities for children to offer their prayers.
LiturgyHave you ever considered becoming involved with the Liturgy at Saint Paul’s? Why not contact us and become an usher, lector, acolyte, or chalice bearer – you will find it a rewarding experience!
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Adult EducationThroughout the year we have a variety of educational events for adults including book groups and guest speakers on a wide range of topics including environmental education, financial planning, spirituality, and the broader church.
View our Faith Formation Class Schedule and our quarterly Messenger for upcoming opportunities for personal and spiritual enrichment.
For even more information, visit our I’m New page.
Outreach at Saint Paul’s Church on Lake of the IslesSt. Paul’s is committed to doing God’s work in the world, outside of our own parish walls. The Outreach Commission is currently supporting the following opportunities, some ongoing, some recurring scheduled events. All are welcome to take part: parishioners, friends, visitors.
Open Arms prepares and delivers meals to people with life-threatening illnesses. We schedule a group outing every other month to volunteer in their kitchen, chopping vegetables and packing food for meals. Some parishioners also volunteer individually to deliver meals. More are always welcome. – Learn More
The Outreach Commission also schedules an event each quarter to afford one more opportunity for us to help others.
These events may, or may not be related to one of the aforementioned outreach efforts.
St. Paul’s has joined our neighbors at Temple Israel as part of their initiative: Temple Israel Committee to End Homelessness (TICEH), which focuses primarily on homeless youth in the Twin Cities. We have opportunities to both serve these young people personally in youth shelters, and to advocate for all homeless people with our government representatives. This is coordinated in part with the Downtown Congregations to End Homelessness (DCEH). – Learn More