St. Paul's

Christian, Bible, Children, Family, Welcoming, Fun, Mission Romeo, MI
St. Paul's

Who We Are

St. Paul's is a small family size parish. If you are looking for anonymity this is not the place for you. The Episcopal Church is a good place for people who are sure of their faith and unsure of their faith; who come from other denominations seeking something deeper yet progressive; a safe place to have a dialogue with faith, scripture, and even with God; a place where children are included in the celebration of our Christian worship; for people who have been disenfranchised or disillusioned with other Christian traditions. In particular, St. Paul's is friendly and supportive of folks, in their life, their work, and their ministry. This is a great place to mature in faith.

About Us

Vibe
Traditional Liturgy, Down to Earth, Multigenerational, Spirit-filled, Friendly, Casual

Programs
Community Service, Missions, Adult Education, Children's Ministry

Music
Passionate Reverent, Traditional Hymns, Organ, A capella, Praise and Worship

Denomination
Episcopal

Size
Small

Language
English

Founded
0

Plan Your Visit

Services

Contact

Address
11100 W. St. Clair (32 mile rd),
P.O. Box 148
Romeo, MI 48065

Phone
586-752-3212

Website

Directions
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Our Services

What are services like?
Episcopalians (even if they aren't Episcopalian) tend to be drawn to our Book of Common Prayer. The 8 a.m. service likes the Rite 1 language which sounds a little 'King Jamesey'. There is no music at that service. The 10 a.m. service uses Rite 11, which is more contemporary. Sometimes we use other sources for our worship. Music can range from traditional hymns to praise music, and even the congregation singing a capella. We have a group of people that meet once a month to sing together as we prepare songs for special occasions. Children are often invited to play percussive instruments when we have praise music.

What is the community like?
Lot's of congregations will say they are friendly, but a recent member of our congregation moved and is exploring other Episcopal congregations near her. She and others who have explored other congregations note that we are very friendly and supportive. We also have a lot of new outreach ministry that is developing, including a community garden, a bee hive, a mission trip to Virginia, and a continuing relationship with Second Mile Center in Detroit. We aren't afraid to pray with people for healing and celebrations. You'll just have to try us out. We may be a fit and then again we may not be.

What if I'm not a Christian?
Everyone is welcome to participate in as much or as little as they want when they are with us. Just know that we can't talk about our faith without talking about Christ. But we will respect where you are on your journey and be happy to share our support for who you are and where you are in your life.

Leadership View all

Stacy Salles

Stacy Salles

Rev. Stacy Salles grew up in Detroit. She got her Bachelors at Northern State University in Aberdeen, SD. She went back to Detroit and in time worked in the Michigan Dept. of Corrections. She later went to Seminary and was ordained priest in June of 2003. She accepted a call to St. Paul's in Romeo in 2006. She has an awesome adult daughter, loves cats, and riding her 250cc Honda Motor Scooter.

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