St. Paul's Church is home to us. Ever since we moved to Dedham in 1960 we have both been active in various areas of church and community service. We have loved worshiping God with our neighbors and friends and joining with them in this service.
Our family has been a part of St. Paul’s Church since I was a young girl. We love St. Paul’s because it represents a community rich in history. Our children meet neighborhood children that they might not know from school and learn lessons from old and young members of the congregation. The phrase “it takes a village” comes to mind when I think about the St. Paul’s community.
Our family has been attending St. Paul's Church since the late 1970's. Toby grew up in the church so when we moved to Dedham in the early 1990's St. Paul's felt like home. It is a wonderful parish, supportive in good times and bad. Our grown daughters still make a point of attending the Christmas Pageant every year because it is such a memorable event.
We became members of St. Paul’s in the fall of 2013 after we moved to West Roxbury. The kindness and welcome that St. Pauls's was extended to us made St. Paul’sour obvious spiritual home. We were drawn to the lively community, the fellowship, and a worship service steeped in tradition.
We have found the open-minded and searching worship community at St. Paul's to be invaluable to our spiritual growth. We are so grateful for the lasting friendships we have found at St. Paul's.