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St. Paul's Episcopal Church

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St. Paul's in Ironton, MO, built in 1869, is a fine example of frontier gothic architecture and its appearance today is generally the same as when it was built. It is a handsome church in a lovely setting in the southeast Missouri Ozarks. Both the area and the church receive out of town visitors. Ironton, Missouri today is a small dwindling community like many others in the Ozarks. St. Paul's Church has always had a small congregation and has always been classed as a mission.  Members of St. Paul's contribute to the local food pantry and other community needs as they can.

Worship times

Sunday
9:30 am
English
Holy Eucharist and Morning Prayer on alternate Sundays.

Volunteer opportunities

One time opportunities
Ongoing commitment opportunities
Opportunities for mission groups

Ministries

Community Garden

Creation Care/Community Gardens

St. Paul's provides an area next door to the church for a community garden. The garden has raised beds available for lease through the local Iron County Extension Office for $10 per box. Water, tools, mulch, and seed are available upon request. Any produce through the season belongs to the .leasor but produce can also be donated to local food pantry

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106 N Knob St
Mailing Address: PO Box 62, Ironton MO 63650
Ironton, MO 63650-1219
United States

Phone

Contact

The Rev. Richard Wiskus

priest-in-charge