LOCATION: 116 South Church St. - Monroe, NC 28112

MAILING: PO Box 293 - Monroe, NC 28111

(704)289-8434; office@spechurch.org


OFFICE HOURS:  Mon-Fri, 9:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.



 Our Christian Mission


The mission of St. Paul’s Episcopal Church

is to sustain a community: 


shaped by worship, 


connected through faith, 

and called to share God’s love.




We open our doors to a world longing to be close to God. We are a Christ-centered community of faith and prayer in the historic Episcopal and Anglican traditions, devoted to deeper intimacy with God in Christ through the Holy Spirit. With rich liturgical and sacramental worship throughout the week, active outreach programs, and a variety of educational opportunities, St. Paul's is a place where the inner life and the outer life feed one another as we become what we are created by God to be - in His image.  "The Glory of God is man fully alive." St. Irenaeus

EASTER 2015!! The Lord is Risen Indeed!! Alleluia!!

EASTER EGG HUNT 2015 (April 4)

Holy Saturday 2015



50 in 50 - Easter Campaign in the Diocese


During the Great 50 Days of Easter, churches throughout the Diocese of North Carolina and the Diocese of East Carolina will support 50 in 50, a concentrated fundraising effort capping off Harvest for Hospitality. Each household is invited to pick up a mite box from their church and, on Easter Sunday, to begin filling it with $1.00 per day throughout the Easter season. At the end of the 50 days, households will return their boxes to their churches, which will pass them along to the Episcopal Farmworker Ministry.  This is a great opportunity for children to develop habits of mindfulness and giving and for couples, families, roommates, co-workers - anyone, really - to participate together in a shared goal.


Participation is simple:

  1. Pick up your 50 in 50 mite box at St. Paul's.
  2. Learn more about the work your donation will support at HarvestForHospitality.org.
  3. Starting on Easter Sunday, put $1.00 into the box for each of the 50 days of Easter.
  4. Return your box to the church office (or whomever your church has designated) between May 24 and May 31.






Looking for something different to do on a Saturday night?  Mark your calendar now for St. Paul's Social Saturdays -- great fun for the whole family!   Reserve the fourth Saturday of every month (excluding May & December) to enjoy spending time with your St. Paul's family.  Some activities will be at the church, some at other locations, to be announced.

Our first Social Saturday will be Game Night  on Saturday, April 25, from 5:00 - 7:00 pm in the parish hall.  Bring your favorite game, an hors d'oeuvre and a non-alcoholic beverage and be prepared to have a blast! If transportation is a problem, please let one of your vestry know, and we'll try to line up a ride for you.  For further details or questions, contact Jo Singer and Gail Greer.




New Tract Rack Additions


As you know we have 4 tract racks: 2 in the nave, 1 in the office hallway, and 1 in the parish hall.  With Lent upon us, you might want to check out some of the available titles.  There are a variety of subjects for your interests.  Each are free, but if you'd like to make a donation to help offset the cost, anything would be appreciated.



-How to Keep Lent
-Fasting: Some Questions & Answers
-The Future that is Easter
-Confirmation: Commissioning for Christ
-Spiritual Direction
-De-Cluttering as a Spiritual Activity
-Seasons of the Church Year: A Word About Each
-What to Expect When You Visit an Episcopal Church
-Customs and Practices
-Forgiveness: Who Needs It?
-Words of Comfort
-Family Prayer
-Briefly About Baptism
-Christian Marriage
-Raising Children of Faith
-Children and Holy Communion
-When Children Receive Communion
-How to Pray
-Twenty Questions About the Episcopal Church
-Before and After Holy Communion
-The Book of Common Prayer

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Matthew 28:16-20

"Now the eleven disciples went to Galilee, to the mountain to which Jesus had directed them. When they saw him, they worshipped him; but some doubted. And Jesus came and said to them, ‘All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to me. Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey everything that I have commanded you. And remember, I am with you always, to the end of the age.’"