Thanksgiving Eucharist

St. Paul's will offer a simple Thanksgiving Eucharist on Thursday, November 22, at 10:30am. The hourlong service will include a short homily, Thanksgiving hymns, and the Litany of Thanksgiving from the prayer book. All are welcome!

ADVENT FAIR, December 1

Our biggest parish fundraiser of the year is coming on Saturday, December 1, from 9am to 2pm! Gift baskets; handmade crafts; a Silent Auction featuring a week at a vacation home in Maine; food gifts and treats at the Country Kitchen, Cookie Walk, and Cheese table; raffle for a Lego Hogwarts set or two tickets to DEAR EVAN HANSEN, and more!

How to Find Us

Our Sunday service of Holy Eucharist is at 10:00am, and all are welcome! Visit us at 100 Pine Hill Road, Bedford, MA 01730. Call us at 781-275-8262. Email us at info@stpaulsbedford.org.

For Visitors

What can you expect on a Sunday morning at St. Paul's? Visit our Newcomers' page to learn the basics of our parish life.

Get to Know Us!

Learn all about St. Paul's in this episode of "Spiritually Speaking" from Rabbi Susan Abramson.

Advent Fair

It's not too early to start thinking about the Advent Fair! This year's Fair is Saturday, December 1. Click here to see all the ways you can get involved!

Spiritual Reflections

Thoughts to carry you through the week

I'm still discovering, right up to this moment, that it is only by living completely in this world that one learns to have faith. I mean living unreservedly in life's duties, problems, successes and failures, experiences and perplexities. In so doing, we throw ourselves completely into the arms of God.

Dietrich Bonhoeffer

Ever-loving and nurturing God, who has called everyone into community: Grant that St. Paul's may continue to be a place of welcome, comfort, challenge, and strength. Give us courage and compassion as we grow, and keep us always in relationship with you and with one another. All this we ask through Your Son, Jesus Christ Our Lord.

The Collect for St. Paul's

What happens on Sunday morning is not half so important as what happens on Monday morning. In fact what happens on Sunday morning is judged by what happens on Monday morning.

Verna Dozier