Worship

Kansas Campus

**Livestream is available on Saint Paul's Facebook page for select services only

We invite you to weekly worship with our students, faculty, and staff. Pastors need Sabbath, too. The table is set for you by some of the finest preachers in the region. Our contemplative service offers the silence and space you hunger for. Let us feed you, body and soul, for your ministry. (Worship spaces are listed beside each service.)

Community Meal will follow at 12:00 p.m. in The Commons. Call David Firman, 913-253-5061, for a lunch reservation.

2020
SPRING Worship Schedule - 11:07 am

January

7 - No Chapel (Christmas Break)
14 - STUCO Chapel (C136)
21 - MLK Jr. Day Worship Celebration with alumna Rev. Shannon Hancock and Odell Talley (Wesley Chapel)
28 - FORUM-"Culturally and Historically Responsive Pastoral Leadership" with Rev. Dr. Robert Turner (distance participation via zoom link)(C136)

February

4 - Messy Church with alumna Rev. Lee Roorda Schott (C136)
11 - The Evangelical Society presents worship with alumnus Pastor Darryl Burton and Chris Iliff, Executive Director of Miracle of Innocence (Wesley Chapel)
18 - FORUM - "Sustaining Pastoral Leadership Through Personal Wellness" with Tim Bodenstein (distance participation via zoom link) (C136)

25 -  Preparing for Lent with Rev. Angie Colina McNeil of Raytown Chapel Church (C136)

March

3 - No Chapel (FOCUS Week)
10 - No Chapel (Reading Week)
17 - (C136)
24 - Evangelical Society Holiness Forum with Dr. Knight and Dr. Kamudzandu (C136)
31 - FORUM - "Creation Care" with Erin Chacey (C136)

April

7 - No Chapel (Easter Break)
14 - Evangelical Society Lecture: Kim Alexander (Wesley Chapel)
21 - Earth Day Chapel 
28 - Brady Preaching Award

May

5 - Brady Preaching Award
12 - Senior Chapel (C136)

Oklahoma Campus

**Livestream is available on Saint Paul Alumni-Relations' Facebook page for select services only

Worship is central to who we are. Join us each week as our community gathers in the Harris Chapel for an experience of excellent worship with a variety of musical styles, inspired preaching, and Holy Communion. The services often center on seasonal or special themes, such as remembrance of baptism, Celtic Christianity, or Taizé. We strive to offer a spiritual and communal experience that integrates theological understanding with the practice of ministry, modeling different modes of worship adaptable for use in local church and other ministry settings.

Community Meal in the Watson Lounge will follow at 11:45 a.m. Call Joey Lynch, 405-208-5757, for a lunch reservation.

2020
SPRING Worship Schedule - 11:07 am

January

7 - No Chapel (Christmas Break)
14 - 
21 - Martin Luther King Commemoration with Bryan Lampkins preaching
28 - FORUM-“Ministry of Social Witness in the Midst of Generational Trauma,” with Rev. Robert Turner, Senior Pastor, Vernon AME Church, Tulsa OK. One of the few structures left standing following the 1920 race massacre in Tulsa, Vernon AME stands as a symbol of perseverance in the midst of that tragic event. Rev. Turner will be present to share about his work around ministry as a social witness in the midst of generational trauma.

February

4 - Celebration of rural and small church ministry with the Oklahoma Conference and Bishop Nunn preaching
11 - Celtic service
18 - “Sustaining Pastoral Leadership Through Personal Wellness,” with Tim Bodenstein
25 -  

March

3 - No Chapel (FOCUS Week)
10 - No Chapel (Reading Week)
17 - 
24 - 
31 - 

April

7 - No Chapel (Easter Break)
14 - 
21 - 
28 - 

May

5 - 
12 - Senior Chapel 

 

 

During events, photographers and videographers will take photos and videos that may be used in future Saint Paul School of Theology marketing materials. 

Events may be live-streamed.