Come, the door is open.


St. Paul’s reaches out to share the Light of Christ. Our hands are open to help and our hearts open to love.  We are an inter-generational church working to make a difference through compassion as we share God's love and grace with our community.


We are Proud to Introduce....

  Flint Dollar serves as Organist and Music Director. He joined St. Paul's in
  January 2015 after relocating from Middle Georgia where he served as
  Organist/Choir Master of a thriving Presbyterian congregation before
  taking on teaching middle school band.  Flint grew up Hereford, Texas, a
  small town in the Texas Panhandle, where he began piano studies at
  age 7 and organ studies at age 18.  Flint began playing regular services
  at San Pedro Methodist, a largely Hispanic congregation, at age 12.

  Flint brings over 20 years of church music experience to St. Paul's. He
  has a deep-rooted love of liturgy and music coupled with a drive for music
  literacy.  He uses his experience as an educator in each and every
  rehersal, focusing on proper breathing and vocal production.  Flint is a
  self-proclaimed "Ecclesiastically Promiscuous" as he has served in every
  Christian denomination from Catholic to Pentecostal.

Flint graduated with a Bachelor's of Music in Church Music and Organ from Howard Payne University in 2005
where he studied with Dr. Allen Reed. Further studies were completed in the form of a Master's Degree in Organ Performance with the late Dr. Robert (Bob) Parris at Mercer University in 2010. He is an active member of the American Guild of Organists.  (Photo Courtesy of Mallory Owen: A-1 Photography)

You're Invited!

An accomplished recitalist, Flint has performed all over the southeast. He will be presenting a recital at
2:30 pm on March 15, 2015 at St. Paul's. The event will be free and open to the public with a light reception to follow in the undercroft of the church. The recital will feature the church's 2 manual (keyboard) pipe organ built by Burton Tidwell in 1987. The program will include works by J. S. Bach, Felix Mendelssohn and Leo Sowerby.

Lenten Fish Fry Season is Here!

Annual Lenten fish fry season is here, and plans are in place!  This year's dates and times are each Friday during Lent, February 20 - March 27 from 4-7 pm. Don't miss it!

Dinner Includes: Choice of Baked Fish, Fried Fish or Fried Shrimp, French Fries or Baked Potato, Cole Slaw, Bread & your choice of Coffee, Tea or Water

Prices as follows: Adult Dinner $10, Child Dinner $7, Dessert $2, Pop $1

Takeout is available by calling 754-4591   
Local Girl Scout Troop 70283 will set up their cookie booth at Fish Fry's in March
Niagara Hospice Spring Flower Bouquets will be for sale at the March 6 Fish Fry. $8 each Cash/Check & Carry

The Sunday Paper

St. Paul's subscribes to The Sunday Paper for you and your children.  This weekly paper for children is a great way to continue teaching about Jesus at home throughout the week. There is always a picture to color and a fun activity to do together as a family.  Come to church and see it for yourself!

Tending Our Fires - Sharing Our Lights

The Episopal Diocese (WNY) has planned its first Family Camp  Camp weekend will be March 6-8 at Camp Asbury in Silver Lake, NY (near Perry). The weekend is packed with activities for adults and children of all ages. For more information and/or questions email

Discovery Sundays 2015

All Discovery Sunday events are sponsored by the Episcopal Diocese of Western New York. 

March 15 - Embracing Elderhood
With guest speake Laurie Menzies, Esq.  Register to attend this event at

May 3 - Special Guest Speaker, Bishop John Shelby Spong
Register to attend at

May 31 - A Sunday Afternoon at Forest Lawn Cemetery
Register for this event at

To learn more about these events or to download a brochure of all of this season's Discovery Sunday Events, visit the diocesan website at   The Diocesan Center is located at 1064 Brighton Road in Tonawanda. Phone: 881-0660