Welcome to St. Paul’s Church in Newburyport

 
The Rev. Martha Hubbard celebrates Holy Eucharist

The Rev. Martha Hubbard celebrates Holy Eucharist

On Sundays we gather at 8:00 and 10:15 for worship. Everybody’s welcome to join us for Holy Eucharist, and for all our programs. We provide professional and loving nursery care from 9:15 until after the 10:15 service. Please check our calendar, because on a few Sundays each year we have just one service at 9am.

On Wednesdays we gather at 6:00 pm in St. Anna’s Chapel for Evening Prayer. Everyone’s welcome, and the service ends at 6:25 sharp. Please take some moments out of your week to pray and rest in the presence of God.

Holy Week at St. Paul’s Church

Sunday, March 29 – Palm Sunday

8:00 am & 10:15 am – Holy Eucharist

9:45 am – Blessing of the Palms for Children

Thursday, April 2 – Maundy Thursday

6:30 pm – Simple Soup and Bread Supper (Parish Hall)

7:30 pm – Holy Eucharist with Foot Washing followed by Night Watch

Friday, April 3 – Good Friday

9:00 am – Holy Eucharist

7:30 pm – Good Friday Service

Saturday, April 4 – Easter Eve

St. Paul’s, North Andover – The Great Vigil of Easter,

A Collaborative Celebration of the Resurrection

Sunday, April 5 – Easter Day

8:00 am & 10:15 am – Festival Holy Eucharist

Education

Sunday educational forums for adults and young people start at 9:15. Our Sunday School program, the Montessori-based Catechesis of the Good Shepherd, starts at 10:00. We are an Episcopal community of faith, founded in Newburyport in 1711 and still walking in the way of Jesus. We offer spiritual education and formation for children, teens, and adults.

Are you hungry?

Come and eat! Our Among Friends program serves free hot meals at 5:30pm each Monday and 11:30am each Tuesday and Friday. Meals are also available at other area congregations. Contributions and volunteers are gratefully accepted, but not required.

St. Paul's Church Building from the corner of High and Market

St. Paul’s Church Building

Where are we?

Our address is 166 High Street in Newburyport, Massachusetts, at the corner of Summer Street. For a map, click here. Members of our congregation come from Newburyport, Salisbury, Newbury, Georgetown, Amesbury, Seabrook, and many other towns in the Merrimack Valley, the North Shore, and the Seacoast area of New Hampshire.

We are a member parish of the Episcopal Diocese of Massachusetts. We are proud to work with five other parishes in the Lower Merrimack Valley Collaborative.

Let’s keep in touch by e-mail. Click here to  subscribe to our e-mail list. We hope to see you, and we wish you the peace and wholeness of God’s realm.

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 Posted by on Fri, 20-Feb-15