Welcome Back!

We are an accepting, progressive Anglo-Catholic parish, renewing its people for their Christian lives in today's world through worship, spiritual formation, engagement in the arts, and acts of compassion.

Join us in-person for Holy Eucharist.

ALL ARE WELCOME

St. Paul's Episcopal Church (Seattle) acknowledges that we gather on the traditional and unceded land of the Coast Salish Peoples, especially the Duwamish. We honor with gratitude the land itself and the Duwamish Tribe, past and present.

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Voices of St. Paul's

We walked in the door, and I was like, I'm home....I'm so excited for my little girls to grow up at St. Paul's!
– Christy Drackett

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Voices of St. Paul's

St. Paul's is in a good spot to be God's hands and feet in the world. I think of St. Paul's as an anchor.
– Beth Hayes

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Voices of St. Paul's

St. Paul's has everything we were looking for in a church: community, beauty, art, liturgy. As with most communities, my time spent being involved has drawn me further into community....St. Paul's has a place in Seattle as a church that champions the arts while simultaneously championing many social justice causes.
– Ian Bond

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Voices of St. Paul's

Having a place that's constant and steady and always there is very comforting. I really enjoy St. Paul's Benedictine Spirituality: the idea that one should be rooted and grounded in one's community and in one's day....I'm particularly excited about the work we do with the arts, supporting our parish's poets and painters and musicians and also finding ways to support art in the community.
– Amanda Keithley

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Voices of St. Paul's

St. Paul's is a spiritual haven. It is a unique place where people can come and participate in a spiritual community that allows them to find their way. A safe place.
– Bob Witherspoon & Ryan Iwamoto