St. Paul's Episcopal Church

930 South Main Street, Salisbury, NC



'the last shall be first, and the first last'. In God's Kingdom, we're all first.
Sermon by the Rev. Cathie Caimano
September 19, 2021

Join us for Sunday Worship at 10:30am


We are worshiping in-person!

We will be in-person every Sunday
click
here for Fr. Cathie's schedule (Holy Eucharist)
in-person worship will be broadcast via Zoom

You can still join us on Zoom (broadcast from church)

Click
HERE to join us virtually every Sunday


When you walk into 'the little church on the hill', you will find what you might expect: faithful worship, lovely music, a charming sanctuary and beautiful stained glass.  

You might also be surprised to feel the spiritual presence of the saints - past, present, and future - in this holy space filled with prayer, laughter, warmth, and joy.

Salisbury, NC

Some Great Reasons to spend Sundays at St. Paul's:

  • Worship-centered community
  • True fellowship and care
  • Committed lay leadership
  • We have FUN together!
  • Deep commitment to following Jesus
  • Beautiful music

Spiritual History

  • Founded as an Episcopal mission in 1887 under the leadership of the Rev. Francis Johnstone Murdoch
  • Served the mill community in the Chestnut Hill area of Salisbury, NC
  • Today includes members whose families have been here for less than a year, and more than 5 generations
Salisbury, NC

Got Questions?

St. Paul's is an Episcopal Church, and it is served by a group of lay leaders called a 'vestry'. This leadership team rotates members every year, so most of the congregation eventually serves on this oversight committee. The 'senior warden' is the head of this committee, and is available for questions about our community.  

Free Range Priest
Contact Senior Warden

Andrew DeFabo provides excellent musical direction and guides our worship committee.  

Twice a month, Fr. Cathie Caimano, Free Range Priest, celebrates Eucharist at St. Paul's, and she also serves with us as our 'clergy consultant' for pastoral care, education, and worship questions.