Welcome to St. Paulís Episcopal Church, Beloit WI!
Join the people of St. Paul's as we seek to grow in our love of God and for each other. We celebrate the Eucharist on Sundays at 10 a.m., and on Wednesdays at 12:05 p.m. You can join the MP's for Morning Prayer on Tuesdays at 8 a.m. - the coffee pot is always on. And the church is now air-conditioned so we can worship in comfort year round.
Please join us in praying this prayer for St. Paul's everyday: Lord God, thank you for our parish family at St. Paul's.† Let your Holy Spirit work within our parish so we may do your will in this community and the world.† Through your Son Jesus Christ.† Amen.
Deacon Gregg is leading a Sunday morning adult education class. The class begins at 9 and continues until about 9:30. This summer the group will be studying the Book of Psalms. Do you know that there are different kinds of psalms? Come and find out what that means!
The Contemplative Prayer group will be meeting at 6 pm on Thursday evenings for 20 minutes of prayer followed by a sharing of readings and other materials.
Who are we?
St. Paul's is the oldest house of worship in Beloit, Wisconsin, having been built in 1850.† We are located in downtown Beloit, close to the Rock River, at 212 W. Grand Avenue.
We are a diverse parish, of young and old, "cradle" Episcopalians and converts, white, Asian, and African-American, blue collar and white collar,straight and gay - all are welcome.† What we share is a love of the Lord, and a conviction that we can grow in our faith and make a difference in the greater Beloit community.† "We follow Christ's teachings. We grow spiritually. We serve the needs of our neighbors. " (St. Paul's mission statement).
Now it is Ordinary Time
All the big celebrations are over now. We observed Advent, Christmas, Lent (not a celebration but a very important season in the church year), Easter, Pentecost, and Trinity Sunday.
Now we begin the long quiet of "ordinary time" when we talk about how Jesus lived his life, day to day, and how we are to live ours. And isn't most of our life "ordinary," rather than a time of special observances?
Join us as we live out our lives of faith in the day to day of ordinary time.