Welcome to St. Paul's Episcopal Church
in Bellingham, Washington
Established in 1884, St. Paul's Episcopal Church is a vibrant, Christian community that looks to the past for wisdom, and to the future for hope.
At St. Paul's we are committed to strengthening our faith and supporting each other on our spiritual journeys. We use our gifts and talents to follow Christ's teachings. We are bound together by love and fellowship, not by dogma or rigid beliefs. We meet, not at the table of the church, but at the table of our Lord, and we meet in love.
St. Paul's Episcopal Church is an affirming and inclusive Christian community. Our members and leaders welcome all people just as God created them. We do this through love, worship and service.
God delights in the diversity of creation and we strive to create a safe, healing and transforming place for all to enter and share the love of God with us. You are welcome here no matter where you are on your journey of faith. Our welcome knows no boundaries of age, race, ethnicity, culture, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, physical ability, political affiliation, mental ability, socio-economic status, or any other categorization that has been used to hurt and alienate others.
Come to St. Paul's. Add your voice—add your heart—to our worship. Sing the hymns with us. Pray the prayers. Everyone is welcome at Jesus’ table. Your voice can rise and join with ours as we proclaim the good news of God’s love in Christ.
If you are looking for a church home, step into the warm embrace of St. Paul's. Thank you for sharing your worship with us.
HOW EPISCOPALIANS WORSHIP
BOOK OF COMMON PRAYER (BCP)
Learn more about our parish campus, established in 1885.
How do Episcopalians worship? What makes us different from other churches and denominations? How do I "do church" at St. Paul's?
The 1979 Book of Common Prayer is the official primary liturgical book of the Episcopal Church.