St Paul's Episcopal Church, on "the sunny side of Louisville" in downtown Jeffersonville Indiana is a community of welcome, hospitality and acceptance. The people of St Paul’s Church, invite you to come gather with us, to rest in the Lord, to be sheltered under the inclusive branches of God’s embracing love, and to live out the radical openness of God. We gather on Sunday morning at 10:15 AM for worship.
St. Paul’s, located at the corner of Walnut and East Market Streets in Jeffersonville IN, is an intergenerational congregation which values participation in worship. A coffee hour follows our service. We periodically have educational opportunities including book studies, examination of issues and topics relating our faith to our lives.
What we value: COMMUNITY, COOPERATION & ACCEPTANCE
We extend God’s invitation to ALL-
Gay, lesbian, transgendered, bisexual, straight, male, female, senior, youth, liberal, conservative, married, single, partnered, bi/multi-racial, searching, in recovery, healing-
to more fully become the people God created and calls us to be. We prepare a place for everyone around God’s table, believing that in St. Paul’s faith community all are valued and included in God’s kingdom.
We see our purpose is to share God’s radical openness with others. We range in age from infants to 90+. Some of us were born into the Episcopal Church. Most among us have come to this faith community more recently. Feel free to browse through the various areas of our website and learn about our fellowship.
No matter where you are in your spiritual journey, or the questions you may have, St Paul’s invites you and offers you welcome. If you are looking for a place of worship, or are relocating to our area, we would love to have you get to know us and to consider joining with us.
But don't just take our word for it...
When you visit our church, you will find:
Ours is an open door to all & especially those who seek God
or a deeper relationship with Jesus, our Lord.
St Paul's is Celebrating 180 years of ministry in Jeffersonville. Founded in 1836 this parish has survived fire, flood, recession, booms and busts. And continues to work at being Good News to this region. Come and see. There is a place for you at the table of the Lord.