We are an Episcopal parish church in the Diocese of California, and members of the Anglican Communion in the United States, part of the third largest group of Christians in the world.We follow the teachings of Jesus Christ and have a legacy of inclusion. We share God’s love for every human being, regardless of sexual identity or orientation.
Welcome from our Rector, the Rev. Krista Fregoso
Welcome to St. Paul’s! Wherever you are on your faith journey, we welcome you. We invite you to join us, and to share our role in God’s dream of light and love. We are leaning into a vision of being a prayerful center for Walnut Creek today. We open our campus and offer space for support groups and various community meetings. We are providing affordable housing for those priced out of the area. We share our sacred space with two other worshiping communities. In all of this, we bring to everyday life our baptismal covenant, how as Christians, we are called to live out our faith: with firm commitment and a reliance on God’s help.
In-person services, in both our sanctuary and historic chapel, are temporarily suspended due to COVID-19. But worship continues to thrive as we gather together online, via Facebook and YouTube, every Sunday at 9:30 am. For young children and their parents, join us via Zoom for Joyful Noise at 11:30 am. We invite you to learn more and join our online worship!
Relax and participate as you wish in worship services or in any of our extensive outreach programs and fellowship groups.
Beliefs and Values
We believe in Jesus Christ, whose life, death, and resurrection saved the world. As Episcopalians, we believe in a loving, liberating, and life-giving God: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.
Leadership & Staff
Laypeople and clergy cooperate as leaders at all levels of our church. Meet the people of St. Paul’s.
Our newsletter, The Epistle, is an engaging, fun, and enlightening look at church life and publishes every other month.
Established in 1887, St. Paul’s is Walnut Creek’s oldest church. Learn more about our rich history and many contributions to the community.