Seeking Christ, Serving Christ, and Sharing Christ.
Welcome to St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Romeo, MI.
Following the direction of the Bishop and at the request of the Governor's State of Emergency Declaration, public gatherings for worship have been suspended for the month of March 2020. This does not mean that we are closed or that we are not doing the work of the church. Now more than ever we need to be community to one another, and above all, we need to pray. Resources to do that from your home will be posted here.
We will gather on a conference call for virtual coffee hour at noon on 3/22/20. You can click this link to join through the Zoom app on your smartphone or computer, or you can call (929) 436-2866 and enter Meeting ID: 906 941 680 Password: 043379
Over the centuries and around the world, the Church comes together in prayer (spiritually if not physically) in the morning, at noonday, in the evening, and at night each day. These prayers are called the Daily Office, and they are the daily work of the church. To join in this prayer from your own location, please use this fine web application: Daily Office App
On Sundays and Feast days, the Church gathers for Eucharist. When we cannot come together physically, it is all the more important to be together in spirit. Please visit this site on Sundays and Feast Days for links recordings you can watch and participate in of the Sunday liturgy. If you desire to receive the Sacrament, but, by reason of the restrictions of this extreme sickness facing our society, you are unable to eat and drink the Bread and Wine,be assured that all the benefits of Communion are received, even though the Sacrament is not received with the mouth.
St. Paul’s mailing address: P.O. Box 148, Romeo, MI 48065
St. Paul’s physical location: 11100 W. St. Clair (32 Mile Road), Romeo, MI 48065. We are located across from the former Romeo High School on the south side of W. St. Clair.
Office phone: 586-752-3212
Office Hours: Monday and Thursday 9:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
We are a small, welcoming, and active congregation. People get to know each other pretty well here. If you're looking for a community that is making our corner of the world a better place, join us in Christ's ministry. If you're looking for a congregation just to sit with for a while, you are very welcome to that also.
Outreach is central to how we live out God's call in the world. When you're ready to invest your spirit, mind, and body, there will be something for you to do.
Our worship is liturgical but informal, (wear your jeans if you'd like, and bring a sense of humor), and Anglican in tradition.
Children of all ages are welcome in this place, full participants in the life of our community.
Music is important to us. Everything with breath is invited to join in praising the Lord; you don't have to be a great singer. Join us in making a joyful noise unto the Lord.
We are a church whose people come from different Christian traditions, but find beauty in the Book of Common Prayer.
All people are welcome in this sacred place we call St. Paul’s.