Come Grow with us.

Welcome to St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in White River Junction, Vermont. We are an open and affirming community of faith that celebrates Christ’s presence in the world with shared worship, fellowship, and a dedication to community outreach.  We're always eager to welcome new faces, and you will find our sanctuary and fellowship spaces accessible and all on ground level. Our Sunday services, ministries, and activities encourage participation by all ages and abilities, making us a very family-centered church home.

We have a long tradition of service to the community. We were among the churches that founded the Upper Valley Haven (the social services agency that's right next door), the Good Neighbor Health Clinic (which started life operating out of our rectory), LISTEN community dinners, and others.

We are an Episcopal church, part of the diocese of Vermont and the world-wide Anglican Communion .

Please have a look round our web site, and be in touch if you have questions or comments. And if you're in the neighborhood, please join us to explore your faith, make new friends, and grow in God’s love with us.

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Contact us

Address:
749 Hartford Avenue
White River Junction, VT 05001

Office Hours:
Wednesday-Friday • 9am-noon

Phone: (802) 295-5415

Email: stpaulsvt@gmail.com

The Rev. Mark Preece
Interim Rector

spcrector@gmail.com

Our History

St. Paul’s story begins in the middle of the Civil War when St. James Episcopal Church in Woodstock, Vermont started sending their priest over to White River Junction.  Services in private homes grew into a mission church in the back of Glover’s Clothing Store, and in 1874, the original church was built downtown. By 1882 St. Paul’s was able to...
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How We Worship

Sunday service at 9am
Our Eucharist-centered worship reflects our respect for the traditions of the Episcopal Church and our joy in music and prayer. We are fortunate that the sacristy surrounds the altar in a semi-circle, emphasizing that we worship as the people of God.
At a typical Sunday...
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