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FAQ: What sort of music does St. Paul’s use in its services?

Frequently Asked Question What sort of music does St. Paul’s use in its services? Music at St. Paul’s is carefully selected for each service. We employ The Hymnal (1940) of the Protestant Episcopal Church. While this hymnal is imperfect–as all hymnals are–it provides a rich selection of traditional hymns appropriate for liturgical worship. Occasionally, selections […]

January 2017 schedule change

The last Tuesday evening study in 2016 will be held at St. Paul’s on December 13th at 7 p.m. Beginning January 11, 2017, the church’s weeknight meeting will be moved to Wednesdays. In addition to the study, the weekly event will sometimes include outreach and fellowship activities and occasional special services.

A Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols

The Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols began at King’s College Chapel, Cambridge, England in 1918. It was an adaptation by the dean of King’s College from a service first arranged in 1880 by the bishop of Truro. Since 1919, the service at King’s has opened with the hymn “Once in royal David’s city”. Other […]

St. Paul’s is moving

St. Paul’s is moving! On Sunday, July 3rd, we’ll hold our first service at 226 W. North Street, Greenfield, Indiana, in the historic Garden Chapel. The chapel was built in 1898 and has been home to several congregations since. It has been restored in recent years and serves primarily as a wedding chapel. We are […]

FAQ: What edition of the Prayer Book does St. Paul’s use?

Frequently Asked Question What edition of the Prayer Book does St. Paul’s use? St. Paul’s uses the 2003 edition of the Book of Common Prayer of the Reformed Episcopal Church (REC). The REC’s book is a lightly-edited arrangement of the classic 1662 Book of Common Prayer. This liturgy is used for all regular services of the church […]

FAQ: What version of the Bible does St. Paul’s use?

Frequently Asked Question What version of the Bible does St. Paul’s use? During our worship services (Morning Prayer, Evening Prayer, Holy Communion, etc.), we use the Authorized Version (King James Version) of the Bible. This classic translation was produced by Anglican scholars in the Seventeenth Century. It employs dignified language for public worship, emphasizing the […]