March 19, 2018



Sunday 8:00 am  -  Traditional

  Holy Communion

Sunday 10:30 am  - 

  Contemporary Holy Communion

Wednesday 10:00 am  -

     Holy Communion & Healing


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   Welcome to the St. Paul's website.  Here you will discover how we live out the love of God as a spiritual family centered upon Christ.  You have a place here, and may God's peace be with you.

- The Reverend Joseph Shepley









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Our Parish Community

Come to the About Us Section to meet the staff of St. Paul's Church, and find out what we're all about!


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Click here to read our current issue of the Sword Points (weekly).

Click here to read our current issue of the Sword of the Spirit (monthly).

Click here to listen to our rector's most recent sermon (March 18th).


Please submit any ministry pictures and upcoming events by e-mail to for possible use in up coming web updates. Thanks.


Prayer Requests

Use the this link to submit a Prayer Request.  Prayer requests will be e-mailed to members of the Prayer Chain.  Also check out  the prayers requests on the Members Only section of our website.  God Bless.


St. Paul's Parish

174 Whisconier Road

Brookfield Center, CT   06804

(203) 775-9587

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What Do We Believe?


St. Paul’s is an Episcopal Church parish within the worldwide Anglican Communion. Anglicanism at its core is generously orthodox, biblical, and liturgically beautiful.  Our worship, which is steeped in The Book of Common Prayer, is intended first and foremost to glorify God in Jesus Christ.  It is the beauty of God’s character that focuses Anglican worship.


Flag of Anglican Communion svgThe Holy Scriptures of the Old and New Testaments as "containing all things necessary to salvation," and as being the rule and ultimate standard of the Christian faith. (2 Timothy 3:16-17)
The Apostles' Creed, as the baptismal symbol, and the Nicene Creed, as the sufficient statement of the Christian faith. (Romans 10:9)

church-welcome-signThe two sacraments ordained by Christ - Baptism and the Supper of the Lord (Holy Communion). (Matthew 26:26-29, 28:19-20)
The historic episcopate, locally adapted in the methods of its administration to the varying needs of the nations and peoples, called of God into the unity of His Church. (Matthew 16:16-19; Ephesians 4:11)