St. Paul’s funds its work primarily through pledges and donations from our members and friends. We are grateful for every gift.
You can contribute financially to St. Paul’s in many ways.
BY CREDIT CARD St. Paul’s accepts online donations through PayPal via credit card or PayPal account.
You can set up a recurring credit card payment through PayPal for your annual pledge or other donations, to ensure your pledge is always up-to-date.
Be sure to choose if your gift is a pledge payment, one-time donation, or other gift. You may add a comment with further information before submitting your donation.
Please consider increasing your donation by $2-3, to cover our transaction fees with PayPal (currently 2.2% plus $0.30 for nonprofits).
If you are not a regular parishioner, please check the box to share your mailing address with the parish, so we can acknowledge your gift for tax purposes.
Click the button below to make your payment.
Mailed by you: Checks can be mailed to the church or dropped in the offering plate when in-person worship services are held.
Mailed by your bank: Many banks offer direct check payments through their online customer portals; check with your bank for their options. You may be able to set up a recurring check payment through your bank, to ensure your pledge is always up-to-date.
Checks should be payable to St. Paul’s Episcopal Church and sent to us at 100 Pine Hill Road, Bedford, MA 01730. Be sure to note in the memo line if your gift is a pledge payment, one-time donation, or other gift.
BY CASH: St. Paul’s accepts cash in the offering plate when in-person worship services are held. Please note that pledge payments cannot be made in cash, unless you are using a pledge envelope so your gift can be recorded.
Worship is the centerpiece of our life together in Christ. Our adult choir sings two anthems at every Sunday service. We rehearse at 7:00pm on Thursday evenings and 9:00am on Sunday mornings, before church. The children’s choir sings approximately once a month, on Family Sundays, and rehearses Sundays after church.
At St. Paul’s we believe that we are all continually striving to understand our relationship with God more fully. Children’s education on Sundays uses the Catechesis of the Good Shepherd for preschoolers and a Kairos model for elementary ages. High school and middle school youth groups meet monthly. Adult education takes place through study groups and learning forums.
St. Paul’s is a family of God, and as a family, we enjoy being together, sharing our time, our interests, and our faith. We share food and fellowship at weekly and annual events throughout the year. We also provide meals, rides, prayers, and other support for our members in times of need through our Inreach Committee.