Our worship

St. Paul's follows a traditional Anglican worship that incorporates music as an integral part of our services. During most of the year, we use the Rite II liturgy from The Book of Common Prayer.   For Lent, we switch to the more traditional Rite I.



Sunday                   10:00 am           Holy Eucharist      

St. Paul’s Episcopal Church of Marinette and Grace Episcopal Church of Menominee will be holding a combined service Sunday, Nov. 19 at the Great Lakes Memorial Marina Park in Menominee, MI.

The service will be held in a heated tent and is open to the public. It starts at 10:00 am and will feature a selection of gospel bluegrass music. Attendees are encouraged to bring a nonperishable food item to be given to local food pantries.

Father Glenn Kanestrom of St. Paul’s sees the combined service as “an opportunity for both congregations to renew friendships with each other and the public.”

The service is part of the Menominee holiday celebration. The celebration starts on Friday, Nov 17th with a parade and tree-lighting ceremony. There will be an Old World Christmas Market held on Friday night and all day Saturday.

Following the Sunday church service, the Spies Public Library will hold a story time and book giveaway. The library will also be showing free children’s movies.