Notice: In-person worship Sundays at 8 a.m. continues. Space must be reserved at Eventbrite, here.  |  Sunday 10:30 a.m. services are livestreamed only. | The building remains generally closed for most activities. We invite you to worship and learn with us online. Details below.

‘Messiah’ Concert Replay

The choir of St. Paul’s with the N.C. Baroque Orchestra and soloists were scheduled to perform the annual “Messiah” concert on Dec. 3-4 at St. Paul’s. The performances were canceled due to the pandemic. Click on the button below to hear the recording from last year’s concert . Grab your score and sing along !




I support St. Paul’s because …

Click on the photos to watch our parishioners talk about why they give to St. Paul’s. Join in expressing why you support  St. Paul’s by sending your own video clip (30 seconds or less) to

Keith Calder

Mona Clites

Riley Peers

Cecelia Peers

Karen Day

New Here?

Whether you’re in search of that quiet pew, want to connect with St. Paul’s congregation or explore ways to serve, we’re glad you found us. These pages are designed to briefly introduce you to the mission and ministries of St. Paul’s Episcopal Church.

Richard Rhoads, Organ
Sept. 18, 2020
“Fugue in g minor,”
Johann Sebastian Bach
Aug. 30, 2020

Music at St. Paul’s

Our music program continues to offer the ministry of music through live-streaming worship services and a 2020-2021 organ recital series with in-person seating.

Join us, won’t you?

Danijela Žeželj-Gualdi, Violin
Ronnie Dale Wise, Piano
Ave Maria”
Franz Schubert
Sept. 6, 2020

 Jordan Prescott
Oct. 9, 2020

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“For I was hungry and you gave me food, I was thirsty and you gave me drink, I was a stranger and you welcomed me.”