December 08, 2021


Sunday 8:00 am  -  Traditional

  Holy Communion

Sunday 10:30 am  - 

  Contemporary Holy Communion

Wednesday 10:00 am  -

     Holy Communion & Healing

* Regularly scheduled services.  Check calendar to the right for changes due to COVID-19 restrictions.


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   Welcome to the St. Paul's website.  Here you will discover how we live out the love of God as a spiritual family centered upon Christ.  You have a place here, and may God's peace be with you.

- The Reverend Joseph Shepley









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Our Parish Community

Come to the About Us Section to meet the staff of St. Paul's Church, and find out what we're all about!


Information Bulletin Board


Click here to read our current issue of the Sword Points (weekly).

Click here to read our current issue of the Sword of the Spirit (monthly).

Click here to listen to our rector's most recent sermon (November 22nd).


Please submit any ministry pictures and upcoming events by e-mail to for possible use in up coming web updates. Thanks.


Prayer Requests

Use the this link to submit a Prayer Request.  Prayer requests will be e-mailed to members of the Prayer Chain.  Also check out  the prayers requests on the Members Only section of our website.  God Bless.


St. Paul's Parish

174 Whisconier Road

Brookfield Center, CT   06804

(203) 775-9587

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About Our Church

2nd Corinthians 4:5 (NIV)
For what we preach is not ourselves,
but Jesus Christ as Lord, and ourselves as your servants for Jesus' sake.



Who Are We?

Walking into the church you may notice a small sign above the door that has hung there for decades. It’s just 3 words: Expect a miracle.

At Saint Paul’s, you come to appreciate that little sign. It reminds us of the kind of God we have, and the kind of church family we want to be. We can expect a miracle, because we have a God who loves us and wants the best for us.

At Saint Paul’s you’ll find a community worshiping with the best contemporary praise music (our 10:30 service) and classic traditional hymns (the 8:00 service). Each Sunday you’ll hear a bible-based message that will speak to your life and concerns. Above all, we pray that you’ll have a deep experience of Christ’s love for you—and carry it with you throughout the week.

Wherever you’ve been and however you arrive, we hope you’ll enjoy the welcome of Christ and experience His transforming love

in your life.

In Christ, The Reverend Joseph Shepley