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St. Paul's Morning Eucharist streams live Sundays at 10 AM

Our Sunday Morning worship service is live-streamed each week on our Facebook page, our YouTube channel, and here on our website (see below). You can find our worship service archive on our YouTube channel. Our Evening Celtic Eucharist is not live-streamed or recorded.

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Your Worship Leaflets are now available online!

Click to open your Sunday Morning leaflet:

•  Leaflet for May 05 at 10 am HERE

Past Sunday Morning Services:
 Click HERE for April 28

Click HERE for April 21
Click HERE for April 14

Click HERE for April 07 

Our Evening Eucharist in the Celtic Tradition has two leaflets: a Weekly Insert with music & readings for that week and a seasonal Worship Leaflet which includes the communion & liturgy for that season.

Click to open your Evening Celtic Service leaflets:
Weekly Insert for May 05 at 5 pm here

And click HERE for the Easter Season's Celtic Eucharist Worship Leaflet.
which we will use for evening Celtic services until Pentecost.

You can check back weekly for the latest Sunday worship leaflets. Thank you for your patience as we fine tune this new feature.

Holy Week & Worship Archive

All Holy Week leaflets are still available below. To revisit St. Paul's Holy Week services, check out our archive on YouTube: here.

We regret that our Easter Day Morning Eucharist was not recorded due to a camera malfunction. Rev. Tuesday will be posting her sermon from Easter Morning on the Rector's Blog. Click here to visit the Rector's Blog.

Worship at St. Paul's

Each week we offer two styles of Sunday worship, as well as daily morning prayer & evening compline on weekdays via Zoom.

Join us Sunday Mornings at 10:00 a.m. for Holy Eucharist with traditional music or join us Sunday Evenings at 5:00 p.m. for Holy Eucharist in the Celtic Tradition with contemporary music.

Please Note: There will be NO Evening Celtic Service on April 07 or June 02. Join us for worship instead at Camp Washington on April 6 & June 01 - details below. We WILL have service at 5 p.m. every Sunday starting April 14 when our regular schedule resumes.

Coffee Hour takes place in the Parish Hall directly following our morning service.

Faith formation programming for Children & Youth takes place select Sunday mornings: click here to learn more about our Children's Ministry. Children are always welcome in our church services.

You can join Rev. Tuesday for your morning cup of joe with Rector's Forum at 9 a.m. We explore the roots of our Episcopal faith with a video and reflection in this year long series. 

Please check our Calendar page for the most up-to-date information.

Sunday @ 10 am

Holy Eucharist Rite II
Rector's Forum at 9 a.m.
Coffee Hour following worship
Monthly all-ages Sunday School
Kristin Daigneault, Organist

See Holy Week Schedule Above

Click the image above to hear our Music Director Kristin play "Ave maris stella II" by Marcel Dupré

Sunday @ 5 pm

Holy Eucharist in the Celtic Tradition
Contemporary & Contemplative
Join us Sunday Evenings for worship by candlelight.

Pete Miserendino, Guitarist

* No Celtic Service April 07 or June 02

Click Pete's image above to listen to some of his outstanding guitar arrangements.

Morning Prayer
& Compline

Find community every weekday with prayer via Zoom. All are welcome!

Monday - Friday 
7:30 am  Morning Prayer
8:00 pm Compline

Click to join: Zoom 

*Does not meet on holidays

Holy Eucharist

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From our Morning Service: the Reverend Tuesday Rupp is often joined at the altar by Rev. Deacon David Rhodes. Each week lay-participants take an active role in  worship as readers, chalicers, ushers, and more.

Celtic Tradition

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First Saturdays, bi-monthly at Camp Washington: Join us on the first Saturday of every other month for Celtic Eucharist & Community Dinner at Camp Washington in Lakeside, CT. Details & registration at

Youth Sunday

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From our Morning Service: once monthly our youth take part in the 10 a.m. Eucharist, as readers, ushers, altar assistants, & more. This is in addition to our monthly all-ages Sunday School.
Click for details.

Watch our Livestream Here!

Join us from wherever you are on Sundays at 10:00 a.m. eastern

2024 Worship Schedule

You can also learn more on our homepage. And find the latest details on our calendar. Regular worship schedule September through May. Summer schedule June-August. Special worship during holidays.

Sunday Morning Holy Eucharist at 10:00 a.m.
Rector's Forum at 9 a.m.
◆ Coffee Hour at 11 a.m.

Check Calendar for Sunday School schedule


Evening Celtic Eucharist at 5:00 p.m. on Sundays*

*No Evening Celtic Service on June 02

Bi-Monthly Saturday Evening Celtic Service & Community Dinner at Camp Washington
Camp Washington Saturdays: April 6 and June 1, 2024 at 5 pm (No Evening Eucharist Apr. 7 or June 2)

Morning Eucharist
Sun. 10 AM

Weekly Sunday Morning Holy Eucharist Rite II

Sunday School: April 14 and 28 at 10 am

Celtic Evening 
Sun. 5 PM

Sundays Evenings at 5 PM at St. Paul's Church

Click to open Eastertide Worship leaflet PDF

Holy Week with St. Paul's

Maundy Thursday
6 PM

Simple Supper & Service with Washing of the Feet

Click to open PDF

Good Friday 8 AM + 7 PM 

No Leaflet for 8 AM Spoken Service

Ecumenical Good Friday Service with Stations of the Cross

Click to open PDF

Easter Vigil Sat. 7 PM

Holy Saturday Easter Vigil with Lighting of the New Fire

Click to open PDF

Easter Day Sun. 10 AM

Easter Day Sunday Morning Holy Eucharist Rite II

Click to open Easter Sunday Leaflet PDF

Eucharist & COVID @ SPC

We have resumed using the common cup  and allowing communion by intinction for Eucharist.

Studies by the CDC and other medical authorities have concluded that "the risk for infectious disease transmission by a common communion cup is very low, and appropriate safeguards - that is, wiping the interior and exterior rim between communicants, us of care to rotate the cloth during use, and use of a clean cloth for each service - would further diminish the risk." Here at St. Paul's we incorporate those safeguards. Similarly, according the available research that we are aware of, communion by intinction presents an even lower risk of disease transmission. 

Based on our knowledge, receiving the consecrated wine through the common cup or by intinction are both permitted at St. Paul's

Those who chose not to receive from the common cup can trust that Jesus' offering of himself is complete in the Bread.

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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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