2017 Stewardship Campaign Testimonial

John Squillace is a long time member of St. Paul's.  He has held many lay and leadership positions within St. Paul's  over the years.  In this brief video, John tells what Saint Paul's means to him.   Read more

Pet Blessing

The annual Blessing of the Animals  will be held Sunday, October 8th at 3 pm on the lawn at St. Paul's.  This is a joint service offered by St. Paul's Episcopal Church and The Presbyterian Church of Morris Plains. Read more

Habitat for Humanity

Every year members of St. Pauls gather together to work at a local Habitat for Humanity project.  Recipients of a Habitat for Humanity home go through a rigorous qualification process, and then enter a lottery to be selected for a low interest mortgage for their new home.   Read more

Summer Worship Schedule

Starting June 17, we will be changing to our summer schedule for worship.  Please join us on: Saturdays at 5:30 pm - Holy Eucharist on the Lawn or Sundays at 10:00 am Holy Eucharist.     Read more


St. Pauls helps the Borough of Morris Plains at their recycling center twice a year.  You may find additional information on the Morris Plains recycling center at Read more

New Parish Hours

Effective January 1, 2017 the Parish Office will be open for business Wednesday - Friday from 10:30 am - 3:30 pm.   You may reach the office by calling (973) 285-0884 or email the office at Read more

For Children and Youth

  St. Pauls Youth group welcomes all teens between 13 and 19 to join a fellowship of caring teens!  We participate in a mixture of activities, including group lunches, fun outings,  and community service.  Our goals center on building relationships with each other and helping those in need in our community. Read more

A Letter from Our Bishiop

Regardless of how we voted on the recent Presidential election, we all were affected.  Here is an open letter from our Bishop with his thoughtsl Read more

Interfaith Food Pantry/Community Garden Plot

St. Paul's  adopted a garden plot at the Morris Plains Community Garden during the summer of 2016.   The first year, St. Pauls was able to donate almost 1,000 pounds of fresh produce to the Interfaith Food Pantry.  This year, St. Pauls plans to  exceed the amount given last year! Read more