St. Paul’s Calls Priest-In-Charge
The Wardens and Vestry are happy to announce that the Rev. Stephen McKee has accepted a call to serve St. Paul’s Episcopal Church and Day School as our Priest In Charge. He will be with us most Sundays, and have regular office hours, tbd. See “About Us” for more details. Father McKee hit the ground running this week, already meeting with the staff, teaching a communion class at the Day School, and will preside at the All School Eucharist Friday. He will join our rota for preaching and celebrating starting Sunday, September 1st. Please introduce yourselves, wear your nametags, and help us welcome Father McKee to St. Paul’s.
Weekly worship services
10:00 am Holy Eucharist with Special Music, Fellowship follows.
1:00 pm Holy Eucharist ~ South Sudanese Mission
5:30 pm Holy Eucharist ~ Spanish Language La Iglesia Episcopal San Pablo
Additional Weekly Services
Wednesday - 6:00 p.m. Holy Eucharist
St. Paul’s Parish invites you to join us in a journey of faith as we seek to discover God’s vocation for us as a part of the Body of Christ right here and right now. It is here in Westport we seek to live our mission, “To Worship, To Serve, To Learn”. Our doors are open and all are welcome to join us.
St. Paul’s Parish draws its membership from all over the Kansas City area. It is not unusual for our members to drive many miles to be a part of this dynamic community of faith. Nor is it unusual for our members to take a short walk from home to church activities. We celebrate our diversity at St. Paul’s, truly believing every one of us to be a unique child of God.
The Episcopal Church of the United States is part of the Anglican Communion. Our faith is based on three foundations:
This means that learning about God’s word, and how we should respond to it, is central for us. To learn more about the Episcopal Church, please consider visiting the following websites:
The Episcopal Church - USA
Episcopal News Service - Stories across the Episcopal Church and Anglican Communion
Episcopal Cafe - Blogs, essays and conversations about current events in the church.
The Episcopal Diocese of West Missouri - our Regional News and updates
St. Paul’s Beyond 40th & Main
We are connected to opportunities to Worship, Serve, and Learn well beyond the historic walls of St. Paul’s. For more information about how we are engaged in proclaiming the Gospel through schools, regional associations and church agencies with the vast riches of our time, talent, and treasure, please explore following links. Thank you.
At this link you will find educational curriculum, Episcopal Church policy resources, tips for communicating with your elected officials, and more! These materials are constantly being updated, addressing current events and providing well designed ways to learn, and engage one another, with the ministry of policy advocacy.
Youth Ministry Opportunities
Click here to find our more about the service, fellowship, and outreach opportunities for youth at St. Paul’s, their friends and neighbors, and those from the surrounding area.
Planning your first visit?
Here’s what you need to know.
Where Are We?
East of Old Westport
In Midtown Kansas City @ 40th & Main.
11 East 40th KCMO 64111 to be exact.
Sunday Service Time: 10:00am
Coffee & Snacks following.
More service times listed to the left.
North side of 40th, across from our front entrance, between Main & Walnut.
Under the “Luv MidTown” KC Mural to be exact.
In the wondrous chaos of life, it is good to gather in community to listen.
To listen to silence.
To listen to the claim on your life, by God naming you as beautiful,
and necessary to the gladness and healing in the world around you.
Who are We?
Click around our website here to learn more about who we are
and what we do
as followers of Jesus.
Our Amazing School
Episcopal schools are known for educational excellence. At. St. Paul’s Episcopal Day School we apply physical, spiritual and emotional health to integrate the ideals and concepts of equity, justice, and a just society throughout the life of the school. Find out more at www.speds.org