An Affirming Community
We are a diverse parish, of young and old, "cradle" Episcopalians and converts, Latinx, Asian, African-American, and white, blue collar and white collar, straight and gay, cisgender and transgender - 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.
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.
About Our Church
"Rest in God's
resting in you."
- The Rev. Tj Humphry
The community of St. Paul's Episcopal cherishes diversity, works toward justice, and embraces each individual as as we collectively embody God’s love for the world.
"If it's not about love, it's not about God."
-- The Most Rev. Michael Bruce Curry, Presiding Bishop
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The oldest standing church in Beloit, houses a vibrant community .
The congregation's history goes all the way back to 1835.
Who We Are
History of St. Paul's Beloit
The Diocese of Milwaukee is a Christian community of over 50 congregations and ministries and fellowships worshipping and witnessing as The Episcopal Church in southern Wisconsin.
"WE ARE A CHURCH, A PEOPLE EMPOWERED AND ENDOWED BY THE HOLY SPIRIT WITH THE GIFTS NECESSARY TO ACCOMPLISH THE MISSION GOD HAS SET BEFORE US TO RESTORE ALL PEOPLE TO UNITY WITH HIM IN CHRIST."
~THE RT. REV. STEVEN MILLER, BISHOP OF MILWAUKEE.
St. Paul's is home to several sculptures by O.V. Shaffer.