We're glad you're here! 

We are a welcoming, progressive and affirming community dedicated to

enriching and encouraging your journey of faith through tradition, music and prayer. 

  • Each week we seek to glorify God in liturgies that move the heart and challenge the mind with great variety, color, energy and reverence. Both traditional and contemporary music play an important role in our worship.

    Weekly Worship Schedule

           Saturday, 5:00 p.m - Holy Eucharist

           Sunday, 8:00 & 9:30 a.m - Holy Eucharist

                (Church school and childcare during the 9:30 service)

           Wednesday, 8:00 am - Morning Prayer

           Thursday, noon - Holy Eucharist

           New Church - Third Sunday at 6:30 pm - Holy Eucharist

  • If you’re looking for a welcoming congregation or wondering what that Episcopal church down on Wass Street in Tustin is all about, you’ve come to the right spot. Whoever you are, whatever your background, we’re glad you’re visiting us here. Please join us for worship and meet us in person. No one’s a stranger for long at St. Paul’s! 

    We are a progressive and affirming community and whether you’re curious or confirmed, wandering or wondering, all are welcome here in their journey of faith.

  • When was the last time you ate homemade potato salad under shady trees on a big old church lawn? Ever tried your hand at potato racing? Looking for a book group or craft guild? An open-minded, thoughtful Bible study? Yes, we worship and pray together, but we also love to just get together. We're always finding new ways to gather for conversation, fun, music, service, study, fellowship and - of course - food! It's more than just fun, of course; it's communitiy. All are welcome here. 

Coming Up

Tuesday, February 9th 6:00 pm


Mardi Gras activities for children, games, costumes.  We’ll burn last year’s palm crosses in preparation for Ash Wednesday and bury the Alleluia!.  Join us for this traditional celebration, fun and fellowship!  Please RSVP to YES@stpauls.org

Wednesday, February 10th at Noon and 7:00 pm

Ash Wednesday marks the first day, or the start of the season of Lent, which begins 40 days prior to Easter (Sundays are not included in the count).  Lent is a time when we prepare for Easter by observing a period of moderation and spiritual discipline.

Our Ash Wednesday services point us to the reality of death and new life.  By marking ourselves with ashes we affirm that we have been formed from the dust of the earth, in the image of God, and that at the end of this life, to God we will return.

Weekday Mornings during Lent at 8:00 am
Beginning on Thursday, February 11th  -  
Pastor Kay and lay leaders will employ a variety of prayer and meditation practices throughout the season. Please join us for this contemplative and quiet beginning to the day. 

Sunday Mornings during Lent at 11:00 am


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