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.

Mark your Calendars!

Capital Campaign Advance Commitment Reception
Saturday, September 30 ~ 7:00 pm
Please call the office if you haven’t received an invitation.

Prayer Fest
Saturday, October 7 ~ 5:00 pm in the Courtyard.
Please call the office for more information.

The Philadelphia Boys Choir & Chorale
Sunday, October 8, at 3:00 pm in the Church Sanctuary.
Please click here to purchase your tickets.

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 Stewardship Committee

Check out these information Fact Sheets from  the ESAC. When we work together we CAN make a difference!
January 2023
Food Waste
February 2023
Single Use Plastic
April 2023
To Save the Planet, Start in Your Own Backyard

St. Paul’s Walkway

The walkway leading to the front doors of St. Paul’s is filled with pavers, many of which are engraved with dedications to members and friends. If you would like to dedicate a paver in memory of someone or in honor of a loved one for a birthday, baptism, wedding, anniversary, or just because you love them, pick up an order form from the back of the church or contact the office. Yo may also order your pavers online – click here. 

Please donate today to Episcopal
Relief and Development.

The town of Lahaina — once a royal capital of Hawai’i — has burned to the ground. With the death toll at 106 and rising, last week’s blaze was the deadliest US wildfire in over a century. As we help those affected by this devastating event, we are urgently asking for your support.

Your gift today will help us act quickly to support immediate relief efforts, in addition to emerging needs, as we have extensive experience preparing for and responding to disasters.