St. Paul's Anglican

Transforming lives through Jesus Christ. Brookfield Center, CT
St. Paul's Anglican
St. Paul's Anglican
St. Paul's Anglican
St. Paul's Anglican
St. Paul's Anglican
St. Paul's Anglican

Who We Are

St. Paul's Church is an Episcopal parish within the worldwide Anglican Communion. A vital and open community celebrating the love of God in Christ, we reflect the family of over 80 million Anglicans, the third largest Christian communion in the world. Valuing the comprehensiveness and breadth of the Christian faith within the Anglican tradition we are:

Traditional and contemporary in worship
Local and global in vision
Nurturing and challenging in mission

About Us

Vibe
Casual, Traditional Liturgy, Spirit-filled, Friendly, Historic, Multigenerational, Young families, Lots of kids, Down to Earth

Programs
Community Service, Faith and Work, Addiction/Recovery, Children's Ministry, Young Adults, Youth Group, Choir, Missions, Nursery, Adult Education

Music
Traditional Hymns, Contemporary

Denomination
Episcopal

Networks

Size
Medium

Language
English

Founded
1785

Plan Your Visit

Services

Contact

Address
174 Whisconier Road
Route 25
Brookfield Center, CT 06804

Phone
(203) 775-9585

Website

Directions
Get directions on Google Maps

Our Services

What are services like?
We offer the following worship services, nursery care, Sunday School, Adult Education and parish fellowship on Sunday: 8:00 am for Traditional Worship with organ music; Sunday 10:30 am for Contemporary Worship with hymns and praise music led by our Music Ministry featuring a mixture of guitar, keyboard, organ and drums. On *Sunday evenings following Youth Group at 6:00 pm we offer Vespers. Vespers is a time of worship and fellowship, with quiet moments to pray, and some upbeat music to lift our spirits. *(Vespers includes Holy Eucharist on the 2nd Sunday of each month.) On Wednesday we gather at 10:00 am for Holy Eucharist, homily and Holy Unction for healing. This service, without music, is followed by a lively Bible study.

What is the community like?
"Several years ago on Christmas Eve, I stepped into a church (St. Paul's), not having the slightest idea how I'd be transformed as a result. As I walked in through those doors for the first time, I noticed the sign above "Expect a Miracle." Today and always I celebrate the miracles I have experienced or witnessed since that day." "A while ago I invited a friend to Church with me reassuring her, she did not have to be a believer to go, and she would be welcomed by all. I am so glad the Lord told me to invite her. He is the BEST and the One and Only Lord. We are celebrating His glorious birth without which our lives would NOT BE (as they are). Let's be thankful every day." "We're blessed to share our walks together and worship together."

What if I'm not a Christian?
St. Paul's exists not for itself, but for our neighbors here and around the world, promoting justice, healing and the reconciling love of Christ. Committed to welcoming the stranger in our midst, we invite you to join us in the dynamic journey of following Christ's call to us. Whether you are simply passing through, or are looking for a church home, you have a place here. Welcome.

Leadership View all

Joseph Shepley

Joseph Shepley

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