St. Paul's Episcopal Church
930 South Main Street Salisbury, NC
St. Paul's takes worship seriously - which means joyfully!
Beautiful music, simple Prayer book liturgy, and deep spirituality.
Join us for Holy Eucharist 2 Sundays a month, and Morning Prayer 2 Sundays a month.
Click HERE for Fr. Cathie's Schedule
(when we have Holy Eucharist)
Sunday service at 10:30am
Click HERE for Zoom link if you can't join us in person!
You will not meet a more faithful or welcoming group of people. St. Paul's cares for its members, the community, and the world in response to God's love for us.
If you're new to church, we'll help you through the service. If you need to sit in the back and pray quietly, we will respect your needs. If you're longing for community and need an instant family, you've got it.
Be prepared to laugh!
Founded as a mission in 1887 by the Rev. Francis Johnstone Murdoch, St. Paul's has deep history in the city of Salisbury and in the Episcopal Diocese of North Carolina.
The church was consecrated in 1912 by Bishop Joseph Blount Cheshire as 'St. Paul's Church, Chestnut Hill', designating the neighborhood where it stands, near the historic Chestnut Hill Cemetery.
Our history continues to this day. We've recently baptized Francis Murdoch's great-great-great grandchildren at St. Paul's!
After church, come have lunch!
St. Paul's loves to gather for coffee and home-cooked food after worship, and we celebrate lots of special events.
You never know when there might be homemade peach cobbler!
No matter what we have, we share with our neighbors.
Greening the church
All Saints/Halloween fun!
Beauty in every corner