Established in 1874, St. Paul’s Episcopal Church is the first church built in the neighborhood of Woodside, New York. The original construction was a Carpenter Gothic wooden building. However, as the congregation grew larger, an adjacent brick building was constructed in 1957 and remains the main sanctuary for all activities to this day.
When you attend one of our liturgical services on a Sunday morning, you will encounter, engage-in, and experience the rich long-standing Episcopal traditions rooted in the Book of Common Prayer, and also elements of contemporary styles of worship.
Our church community is diverse. It is one that is multi-ethnic and intergenerational. As a family of God, we are united by the Gospel of Jesus Christ, and dedicated to sharing His Love to all.
St. Paul’s is a part of the Episcopal Diocese of Long Island; The Right Reverend Lawrence C. Provenzano is our Diocesan Bishop. It is also a member of the worldwide Anglican Communion of Churches.