Every Sunday morning our congregation gathers to celebrate The Holy Eucharist, commonly called "The Mass." Some of our visitors come to St. Paul's having heard of its beautiful, historic building. Others come having heard of the parish family's love of the Church's traditional worship which is maintained here in great affection. Others come just because they saw an open door.Â The Psalmist suggests that "our souls are thirsty" for God. For whatever reason visitors are drawn to visit St. Paul's it is our hope and prayer that they will find here something that the world cannot give.
St. Paul's congregation reflects our Brooklyn home. When you visit you will meet a wide diversity of people. The Church is the living Body of Christ which spans all time and space, and gathers into one all sorts and conditions of humanity. The voices of the poor are heard as well as the voices of the great saints and doctors of the past two thousand years. Above all, it is the voice of God in Christ, proclaimed in Word and Sacrament that we pray will be preached and heard here.