Welcome to St. Paul's

Whether you’re new to church, have been a Christian for a long time, or just want a fresh start; we welcome you. At St. Paul’s, we hope you will experience our vibrant and welcoming parish and join as we continue to grow God’s kingdom in downtown Murfreesboro.

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Ways to Connect

Various Community Life Groups at St. Paul’s

Club 3-4-5—This is a special community for third, fourth and fifth graders who regularly gather for fellowship and fun. Some activities include skating, game night, pottery painting, bowling, pool parties, etc.

Fireside—Those in grades 6 to 12 meet on Sunday evenings to share dinner, play games, participate in Bible studies, and small group discussions.

Parents Group—A community of parents who seek to support and encourage one another, freeing us to encounter Christ’s love for us as parents, for our children, and for our families. Parents Group gathers for learning and fellowship events throughout the year.

Outreach in the Community –Whether you feel called to help feed and shelter the homeless, assist with those looking for financial assistance, help provide the joy of Christmas to those in need, tutor to children, or get your hands dirty through community gardening or building a home, St. Paul’s outreach ministries can get you involved in making a direct impact on others’ lives.

St. Paul's Beekeeping Association -- This group builds Christian friendships while they keep bees in the Murfreesboro area.

Fellowship Meal Ministry—This group plans for, prepares, serves, and cleans up after communal meals in the parish hall, including Sunday brunches and midweek suppers. These events provide fellowship among members who attend different worship services.

Ladies’ Night Out—Women of all ages and stages in life gather monthly in a very casual atmosphere to chat and get to know each other just a bit better.

Daughters of the King—A spiritual order for women to spread God’s Word through prayer, service, and evangelism. We pray for the concerns of parishioners and volunteer in and sponsor diverse ministries, such as the Military Personnel Ministry.

Men’s Club—We gather each month to foster a spiritual community of the men of our church by breaking bread and sharing fellowship together.

Softball Team—Church league recreational softball for men of all ages and skill levels.

Prayer Shawl Ministry—We are knitters and crocheters who create shawls that our priest blesses before giving them to those in need of emotional and spiritual support. We also create scarves and hats for the patrons of our homeless shelter.

Serve in Worship—The ministry of greeters seeks to “welcome one another, just as Christ has welcomed you” Romans 15:7. Greeters welcome our newcomers, walking them through the service, and assure they meet other parishioners and the clergy.