Virtual Church

We understand that you may not be comfortable meeting in-person again yet. If so, please do not feel pressure to attend. We will do our best to livestream the service while it is happening so that you have the option of worshiping from home.


We hope you can join us for worship Sundays at 10:30am as we will be streaming live on our St. Paul's Facebook page. You do not need a Facebook account to participate in our live service. If you're unable to view the service live, our message will also be available on our YouTube channel, shortly after the live stream. Please note - we will be starting our live stream a few minutes earlier, but our worship service will continue to begin at 10:30. If you are having issues viewing the live stream, try reloading the page, and that should do the trick.

Sunday Service

Here are a few ways you can prepare for service, whether you are watching live or catching up later:


Communion: After some careful reflection and discussion among the pastoral staff and Board of Directors, we've decided to incorporate communion into our live stream service. In order to participate, we encourage you to prepare before service by having elements prepared – preferably bread and wine/juice (or, if you do not have either of these currently available, something akin to them). For an explanation of our thought process on this issue, see this note from Pastor Ryan.


Prayer: Towards the end of the service, we will pray for the specific praises and requests that we have received throughout the week. Be encouraged to email Pastor Ryan your prayer requests ahead of time and we will include them during this time of corporate prayer.


Giving: Giving is important at St. Paul's. It is important to us as individuals, as it is an active expression of our worship and trust in God with our finances. And it is important to us as a community, as everything we do is only possible because of the generosity of our members and attenders. Ten percent of our donations are used for outreach to our local, global, and church communities. For more details on how to give, please visit our giving page.


Small Groups

St. Paul's Virtual Small Groups: During these unusual circumstances, we want to do what we can to maintain and strengthen our fellowship. If you haven't received an invitation to participate in a St. Paul's virtual small group, or are unable to participate in the group you were invited to, please email Pastor Ryan so we can find a group that works for you.