Welcome to St. Paul’s Episcopal Church Exton, a community of faith that has served God’s mission in Jesus Christ for over 185 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!
Mark Your Calendars:
A Concert to Celebrate Juneteenth
Friday, June 10th ~ 7:30 pm
Sunday Worship Schedule
8:00 am Rite I
Breakfast 9:00 am
Sunday School 9:45 am
Adult Forum 9:45 am
10:30 am Rite II with choir
St. Paul’s Walkway
We continue to restore the beautiful walkway that leads to the front of the church. Pavers (bricks) are engraved with names and remembrances. This is a wonderful way to celebrate a birth, marriage, an anniversary as well as a way to remember your loved ones.
Help Ukrainian Families
Episcopal Relief & Development is working closely with Anglican agencies and ecumenical partners to meet the urgent humanitarian needs of Ukrainians fleeing violence in Europe. People quickly packed up and fled Ukraine to safety and are now in need of basic supplies and will need long-term support. Your contribution to the Episcopal Relief & Development Ukraine Crisis Response Fund will help provide cash, blankets and other items. To make a donation you can contribute online to the Ukraine Crisis Response Fund at episcopalrelief.org/ukraine-crisis. Thank you for your compassion and prayers. With your partnership, we are working together for lasting change.
Getman Hall is the perfect event venue in the heart of Chester County, PA for milestone events, celebrations, 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.
St. Paul’s Labyrinth
Spring is a wonderful time to walk St. Paul’s Labyrinth. Celebrate, meditate and be one with nature.