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 noon 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.
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).
Joining us for worship or coming for a meeting? Here's where to park!
There is a free (!) public lot right across from the church - you may park there and walk up the east sidewalk (to your left as you face the church) and ring the bell.
There is a church parking lot behind our building - go west on W. Grand to Bluff St. and turn left, go to Garden Lane (the next left), and follow it all the way to the end - that's our parking lot.
Prayers for Healing and Peace
Our Wednesday noon service is now being held in the Garden Room and is a service of healing and prayers for peace. Come and pray for healing for whatever is broken in your life, in the lives of those whom you love, for our neighborhoods, city, state, and nation. Come and pray for peace - all are welcome.
Welcome to a time of Learning and Worship
It's "green season," also known as the Sundays after Pentecost. When we come into the church the altar cloths will be green, the priest's vestments will be green - how appropriate for summer and fall when the world is green and growing.
It's a time for us to grow, too; to come and learn about Jesus' life and work, and to see how we fit into that pattern. Come and grow with us!