Service Times:  Sunday 9am & 11:15am, Wednesday 6pm


"To all who are weary and need rest,
to all who mourn and long for comfort,
to all who fail and desire strength,
 to all who sin and need a Savior:
this Church opens wide her doors with a welcome from Jesus, the friend of sinners."*

5/12, Sunday School

Join us for a 3-week study on the doctrine of Scripture.  When we say "The Word of the Lord," what do we mean?  Understanding what we believe about the Bible, how God has revealed himself, and how we understand its authority is crucial for our life in Christ. (Sunday Mornings at 10:20 in Thompson Hall)

5/19, 1662 Prayer Book

Twice each year we celebrate our Anglican Heritage by conducting our worship according to the 1662 Book of Common Prayer, the worldwide standard book for Anglicans.  It's a wonderful celebration of our history and the Lord's faithfulness through the centuries.

5/19, Night of Prayer

Several times each year our entire parish gathers to pray for our nation, community, parish, and one another.  This is a time of song and prayer and thanksgiving as we seek the Lord's guidance and blessing as a community.


St. Patrick’s Anglican Church is more than a place, it is a family of faith.  Our parish is vibrant and active.  We serve our neighbors, teach our children the basics of the faith,  we uphold Biblical preaching and teaching, all in the context of traditional Anglican worship.  

You are welcome here.

Meaningful fellowship is a priority for us!  We believe one of the greatest needs of modern people is community.  You'll find an hospitable and warm welcome when you come to St. Patrick's! 

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At St. Patrick's we are students of the Bible.  Our preaching aims to be Biblically-centered and applicable to daily life.   

Worship Times

Sundays at 9am & 11:15am
Wednesdays: Noon and 6pm
Sunday School: 10:15am
SPY (St. Patrick's Youth): Wednesdays at 6pm

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* Welcome adapted from Tenth Presbyterian Church, Philadelphia, PA as quoted in "You're Not Crazy: Gospel Sanity for Weary Churches (Ortlund and Allberrry)