Worship services are held at 11 a.m. every Sunday, preceded by 15 minutes of music starting at 10:45. The service is an upbeat mixture of contemporary and traditional methods of worship.
Earlier sermons by Dr. Kevin Boyd, former pastor of Saint Paul, are available for listening here. Our audio archive at sermon.net goes back to sermons from the fall of 2011; texts of earlier sermons are listed below.
Throughout the year, several special services enhance the worship experience. The annual African Thanksgiving Celebration Day, usually the Sunday before Thanksgiving, is led by Calabash. Conducted in a traditional African style with African songs, the service is a special time for everyone to donate canned foods or fresh produce to the needy while celebrating God’s gifts in our own lives. A small feast of African snacks and finger foods follows the service.
World Communion Sunday marks a time for people of many faiths throughout the world to celebrate communion as one people. Because of Saint Paul’s rich cultural heritage, people at Saint Paul also wear colorful clothing from their native lands as they join together in worship.