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Here you will find information concerning St. Paul's and its ministries. We hope you find your time here a blessing.

St. Paul's is an open, welcoming, and affirming congregation in east central Indiana. We welcome all and serve everyone. We are an active and passionate group of people, striving to walk in the ways and words of Jesus Christ our Lord.

If you're new to the Richmond or Wayne County area, or just new to St. Paul's, we invite you to come join us Sunday mornings or at any other activity/event you find here. Please send us a message if you have anything you'd like to ask from us.

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Contact Information

St. Paul's Episcopal Church
800 North A St.
Richmond, Indiana 47374
Phone (765) 962-6988

Regular Schedule

  • Sunday Morning Holy Eucharist
    – 10:00 AM
Daily Prayer: a resource of Forward Movement


  • Altar Party For Holy week and Reading Parts for Passion

    We would like to have a full Altar Party for Palm Sunday, March 25th & Easter Sunday, April 1st. We will be needing 2 Acolytes, Crucifer, Thurifer. Watch for an email for the Ministers still needed list. Please contact Francine if you are available. 

  • Study of “The Episcopal Way"

    Interested parishioners are invited to join the Inquirers Group for a study of "The Episcopal Way" beginning Sunday, April 15, following morning worship and coffee hour (about 11:30 to 12:30).

    This book is the introductory volume in a series of nine that look at the core elements of Anglican and Episcopal identity. Presiding Bishop Michael Curry says on the cover of the book, "The Episcopal way of following Jesus and being Christian may be one of the best-kept secrets in the western world. Finally someone has taken the light out from under the bushel."

    Interested parishioners and those with questions should contact Deacon Barry directly.

  • Lenten Schedule

    St. Paul’s will be joining the Lutheran Community during Lent. St. Paul’s will lead-off Lenten Services on Ash Wednesday at Noon. The Rev. David Ottsen will be serving then. See our calendar for scheduled for Lenten Services. 

  • Christian Peace Activist and Environmentalist to Stop in Richmond

    Author, activist, and Nobel peace prize nominee, Father John Dear, will be hosted by First Friends Meeting, Richmond, on Sunday, April 8. Fr. John’s visit will be part of an extensive book-signing tour to introduce his new book, They Will Inherit the Earth: Peace and Nonviolence in a Time of Climate Change, published by Orbis Books. He will speak at First Friends at 11:30 a.m., following Worship (9:30) and a brunch (10:30)

    Jesus’ third Beatitude from his Sermon on the Mount, “Blessed are the meek, for they will inherit the earth”, forms the basis for Fr. John’s book. He connects nonviolence, as practiced by Gandhi and Martin Luther King, Jr., with Jesus’ teaching on meekness, along with oneness with creation. The tour is organized by Pace e Bene, a Catholic peace-making group. Discounted copies of the book ($15) may be obtained in advance of the book-signing appearance; Louise Ronald is serving as a contact at St. Paul’s. 

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6:00 PM to 8:30 PM


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