Welcome to

St. Paul's Episcopal Church

 

St. Paul's is a haven of inclusivity and acceptance for all God's children. We seek to keep God at the center of our lives and have built our community and ministries around this motto.

St Paul's is conducting in-person services, plus we Live Stream on our YouTube Channel each week on a Sunday and we would love to connect with you! Please take a look at our "Worship Service" page for more information.

 

  • If you are seeking a way to center God in your own life, then consider joining our choir which provides music for our services or if you play an instrument and would like to join our music making activities email our Music Director at saint413paul.music@gmail.com.

  • If you are mission oriented, you are welcome to volunteer at Mary's Room, our outreach ministry which supplies diapers and other essentials to those in need. Or consider volunteering for our ESL classes which are one of the two  programs in Jefferson County recognized on the list of ESL providers for the State of Wisconsin

  • If you are more spiritually minded, consider joining joining our Sunday morning services at 10am, in-person or online at our YouTube channel, or ask  us about other opportunities to explore your spiritual self.

  • If you are a seeker, you are welcome here! You will find a warm welcome at St. Paul's and fellow seekers on the way.

  • If you would like us to pray for you or are seeking pastoral care please email Mother Monica at revmbb.saint413paul@gmail.com or Deacon Bill at revbill.saint413paul@gmail.com

 

For more information browse the rest of our site or visit us on Facebook. If you would like to speak to someone directly, please call a (920) 261-1150 or email saint413paul@gmail.com.

 

All Are Welcome Here at St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Watertown WI.

Front view of the church
Front view of the church

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Mtr Monica inducted Oct 24, 2021
Mtr Monica inducted Oct 24, 2021

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Bishop's visit
Bishop's visit

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Front view of the church
Front view of the church

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WHAT PEOPLE SAY

"It feels like my family."