Welcome to St. Paul’s Episcopal Church Exton, a community of faith that has served God’s mission in Jesus Christ for over 194 years.  We are a worshiping family with open doors and open arms. Through worship, prayer, giving and forgiving, learning, sharing and serving, we proclaim by word and example the Good News of God in Christ.
We hope you enjoy our Welcome video!

Palm Sunday Services
Sunday, April 2, 8:00 & 10:30 am

Jazz Vespers at the Church Farm School Chapel
Sunday, April 2 ~ 4:30 pm

The Pennsylvania Flute Choir Spring Concert
Saturday, April 15 ~ 7:00 pm
Scott Zeplin, Music Director

It’s time for the Annual Easter Basket Raffle

There are three baskets for the kids and one basket for a lucky adult.
Please click to buy your raffle tickets!

Easter Memorial Flowers
The Flower Guild is accepting  donations for the Easter Memorials to be listed in the Easter bulletin.
You may remember your loved one with a donation of $40. Click here to donate online.

Holy Week Services

Palm Sunday, April 2nd ~ 8:00 am & 10:30 am
Maundy Thursday, April 6th ~ 7:00 pm.
Good Friday, April 7th ~ noon
Easter Sunday, April 9th ~ 6:00 am Sunrise Service
9:00 & 11:00 am  held in the Church Sanctuary as well as being streamed.


Getman Hall

Getman Hall is the perfect event venue in the heart of Chester County, PA for milestone events. Celebrate milestone events, business functions and meetings including: weddings, anniversaries, graduation parties, birthday parties, baby showers, bridal showers, retirement celebrations,  fundraisers, business meetings, retreats, training seminars, holiday parties and luncheons.
Please click here for more information.

Environmental Fact Sheet
February 2023 Single – Use Plastic

Americans produce 36 million tons of plastic waste every year. Of this 36 million tons, 27 million tons end up in landfills. Of this 27 million tons, 14.5 million tons is plastic packaging and containers.
Click here to read.
EFS, January 2023, Food Waste
Click here to read.

St. Paul’s Labyrinth

 Our Labyrinth is available for your walking meditations. Labyrinths are used world-wide as a way to quiet the mind, calm anxieties, recover balance in life, enhance creativity and encourage meditation, insight, self-reflection and stress reduction.  Lent is the perfect time to reflect and walk the labyrinth.