Upcoming Events

The St. Paul's community extends far beyond the walls of our church. Please join us for these events!

Attend Online Services Here


In-person gatherings at St. Paul's have been suspended until May 10. We are hosting a time for prayer together online. Join us for our weekly service of hymns, readings, and sermon here. Click the following to find service resources.


Click here for our weekly service of prayer, sermon, readings, and music.


Click here for the service bulletin. 

Join Our Virtual Sunday Coffee Hour


This Sunday all are invited to an online Coffee Hour. Beginning at 8:45am and 10:45am these are live opportunities for conversation and check in. So after participating online in worship for the day, join with others for a time of conversation and community.

Join at 8:45am at https://zoom.us/j/955526174 or you can call in 1-669-900-9128.

Join at 10:45am at https://zoom.us/j/657905094 or call in 1- 669-900-9128.

Pastoral Care – We Are Here for YOU!


We remain a community connected in God's love even in this necessary social distancing. The pastoral staff is still at work and available for you, especially during these unsettling and anxious times. The staff will offer “Online Open Office Hours.”


The Rev. Thomas Skillings can be reached via email at tskillings@sptaulsburlingame.org or by calling (650) 430-3738.


The Rev. Julie Graham can be reached via email at jgraham@stpaulsburlingame.org or by calling (650) 344-3675.


Jocelyn A. Sideco via email at jsideco@stpaulsburlingame.org or social media and Zoom by appointment or by calling (504) 376-5856.


We want to know you are cared for and not alone. Please don't hesitate to reach out to let us.

A Guided Walk of the Outdoor Labyrinth at Mercy Center

Come and experience the prayer walk outdoors in the garden on the labyrinth at Mercy Center, 2300 Adeline Drive, Burlingame.  We will meet at Mercy Center. Carpooling is encouraged. 


St. Paul's Healing Ministry has the gift of individuals dedicated to offering the wholeness and healing a prayer walk of the labyrinth can illicit. Bev Hock, a labyrinth ministry leader and teacher, has studied the history of the labyrinth within the Christian tradition and its origins for years as well as guided others in the walk of the labyrinth. Bev is offering teaching on the labyrinth along with this opportunity to walk in community in the beautiful outdoor setting of the Mercy Center. Bring yourself, comfortable clothing, shoes suitable for walking and a bagged lunch. This is a great opportunity to experience the impact of a prayer walk while outside in God's creation.


Email Bev Hock or email The Rev. Julie Graham to let one of them know if you will attend or for further information.

For Lent: The Enneagram For Our Life in Christ
Ennea in Greek means “nine” and “gram” means ways

This is an ancient system that all mystical veins of the major religions have utilized as a spiritual growth tool. The Enneagram identifies nine types of thinking, feeling and behaving, which once you identify as a type allows you to become more self-observant of patterns and reactivity. One can see themselves and others with clarity and compassion. “Catching yourself in the act” of these ego-driven patterns, you can be set free with a more honest inner observer. 


Along with identifying and exploring the types, we will go deeper with applying this knowledge to our spiritual journey with Jesus the Christ. From examining what prayer practice makes sense to use the scripture as our tool and as a guide into our type. Ongoing study of the Enneagram allows for a more honest self-observation, freeing us up from our ego’s being in control and leading us to living from our true self, our essence, the image God has created us to be.


Please email The Rev. Julie Graham for further information and to sign up.

Lenten Emails

Would you like a Lenten Reflection sent to your inbox every Wednesday of Lent?


Sign up with Jocelyn at 650.348.4811 ext. 2 or via email at jsideco@stpaulsburlingame.org  

Easter Day Services
Christ is Risen!
Sunday, April 12 • 9am, 11:15am and 12:30pm (Tongan)

The amazing celebration of new life offered in Jesus!


Joy, laughter, praise and singing fill the community as we proclaim together God’s power to bring life out of death and joy out of sorrow. 


Music of Easter Day

Choir of St. Paul’s; Organ, Chamber Orchestra

St. Cecilia & St. Nicolas Choirs (9am)

Jonathan Dove | Gloria, Sanctus, Agnus Dei (Missa Brevis)

Melissa Dunphy | The Day of Resurrection

George Frideric Handel | Hallelujah Chorus (Messiah)

St. Paul’s Parish Weekend -- Connecting with Creation, One Another and the Spirit
Friday, April 24 through Sunday, April 26 at the Bishop’s Ranch, Healdsburg


St. Paul’s Parish Weekend is a place for members of our community of all ages to connect and deepen our relationships with one another and with God. There are opportunities for gathering in a variety of ways: with others our own age and with the community as a whole.  

There is also plenty of time to read, hike, swim and just relax! Choose how you want to participate. All are welcome to join us for a weekend of community, refreshment and renewal.


Accommodations and Schedule

This year we will be staying in the beautiful and historic Ranch House. Each room has two to four beds, all have a toilet and sink in the room, and most have showers in the room as well. People are welcome to arrive and settle in beginning at 4pm on Friday. Activities begin on Saturday with plenty of free time and choices of ways to connect with nature and with each other.


Cost for the Weekend

The Bishop’s Ranch now charges by the room. Each room fee includes meals on Saturday and Sunday, and bed linens as well. Room rates and descriptions are found on the sign-up sheet. Rates begin at $600 for a double with shared bath. You can choose a room and sign up here by clicking here


*Financial assistance is available. Please email The Rev. Thomas Skillings.

Continuing to Celebrate  Women's History Month 
Postponed to Saturday, May 16 ~ 5pm Choral Evensong

Choir of St. Paul’s & Chamber Orchestra


Fanny Hensel | Lobgesang       Soloists:  Elizabeth Kimble, Akane Ota

Elizabeth Kimble | St. Paul’s Preces & Responses (2019)          

Sarah MacDonald | Magnificat & Nunc dimittis in A-flat major

Patricia Van Ness | Anglican Chant


Composed by Fanny Hensel (1805-1847) in 1831 for chorus, soprano and alto soloists, and orchestra, the cantata Lobgesang was not published until 2002. Join us for an Evensong bringing to light this amazing cantata, along with music of contemporary women composers.


Free-will donation.

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