• The Episcopal Handbook
    The Episcopal Handbook
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Welcome to St. Paul's, Smithfield!
Come Worship with us on Sunday!

St. Paul's offers two Sunday services: 8:00 AM and 11:00 AM.
The 11 AM service is Rite II with music and choir.

All are welcome to attend coffee hour following the 11:00 AM service.

Sunday School is available for adults and young people, and begins at 10:00 AM.

Saint Paul's Episcopal Church is a gathered community that worships, prays, plays, and cares for one another and the larger community, as we share our common life in Jesus Christ. We welcome all to our Parish and invite all to become a part of Parish Community.

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Global Earthquake Recovery Efforts

Please support the earthquake recovery efforts occurring in multiple countries; donate to Episcopal Relief and Development Program.

Visit our Lauren Stanley's website HERE for information regarding the Episcopal mission situation in Haiti.

A great article on Lauren Stanly has been published; read it HERE


Click HERE for directions and map information to St. Paul's.

 If you wish to become a member of Saint Paul's:

  • and you have not been baptized in a Christian Church, you may speak to the Priest about instruction and arranging a date for your baptism into the body of Christ.
  • and you are a member of another Episcopal Church, please call the Parish Office to have your present membership transferred to Saint Paul's.
  • and you are a member of another Christian denomination, we will be happy to transfer your letter to our Parish. You may then participate in classes to prepare you for full membership in the Episcopal Church.