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St. Paul's Episcopal Church

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Welcome to St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Bound Brook! We are a diverse and loving group of Episcopalians from around the corner, and around the world. Some of us come from as far away as Panama, India, Grenada, and Jamaica. But most of us are from Middlesex, Somerset and Hunterdon counties.

We are a congregation committed to reaching out to others in this bruised and battered world in the spirit of Jesus Christ. As Christ touched others and allowed others to touch him so we are called forth beyond our church doors. We reach out not as a duty but in the spirit of joy and thankfulness for all that we have been given. We have been greatly blessed and strive to be a blessing to others.

At the parish level, we have a weekly program of feeding others called Lunch On Us that has been part of our congregational life for more than forty years. We worship in English on Sundays at 9 AM, onsite and online, alternating between Rite One (spoken) and Rite Two (with music).  We also worship in Spanish on Sundays at 11:30 AM, onsite only. We are a welcoming and inclusive community. Come visit and See!

Worship times

9:00 am
Alternating Rite One (spoken) and Rite Two (with music)
11:30 am
Rite Two - adapted

Volunteer opportunities

One time opportunities
Ongoing commitment opportunities

Saint Paul's Episcopal Church, Bound Brook, has hosted our neighbors for the mostly-weekly "Lunch on Us" ministry since the early 1980s.  To participate in this ministry on a one-time basis or as part of our regular rotation, please contact the church office at 732-356-0247.

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214 Church St
Bound Brook, NJ 08805-1934
United States

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Rev. Kristen Foley


Sheri Hall

Church Administrator

Organized groups

Adult faith formation
Alcoholics Anonymous (AA)/Narcotics Anonymous/Twelve Step
Bible study
Eucharistic Ministers/Visitors
Youth faith formation/Sunday school

Other community groups

Middle Earth
Bound Brook Interfaith Ministerium
For My Good Works Food Pantry
Love Local Food Pantry
Community in Crisis