Who Are We?


St Paul Presbyterian Church Logo April 2016 color

St. Paul Presbyterian Church
18901 E. Hampden Avenue
Aurora, CO 80013


Located on a rise where the prairie looks out over the metro area and up at the Front Range, we serve the Risen Christ by rising up to engage in significant ministry.

We are a dynamic and exciting testament to God’s work in our community. St. Paul Presbyterian Church opens its doors and programs to all persons.

A Church on the Rise

We belong-
We learn-
We serve-
We share-
We worship-

Corporate Officers

Rich Hartung, President
Gayle Fidler, Vice President
Nancy Dixon, Treasurer
Dave Goss, Secretary

Click the following link to view the corporate bylaws:
St. Paul Bylaws

Click the following link to view the most recent annual report:
St. Paul 2022 Annual Report

A Description of St. Paul Presbyterian Church

Apostle-PaulSt Paul, The Apostle “The Just shall live by faith”

St. Paul Presbyterian Church is a congregation of the Presbyterian Church U.S.A., the Synod of the Rocky Mountains, and the Presbytery of Denver.

Located one block east of the intersection of Hampden Avenue and Tower Road in southeast Aurora, the congregation of about 140 members was chartered in 1985.

The original building, on a beautiful six acre lot atop a hill with a view of the Front Range from Long’s Peak to Pike’s Peak, was built in 1989. The new sanctuary was completed in 2007.

St. Paul Church is an inviting, multi-cultural community that is open to all. Collectively containing and celebrating diverse people and viewpoints, we consider ourselves to be a progressive church. We take great delight in our worship of God, and we seek to show warm welcome and kindness to one another.

Mission Statement

We stand in the Reformed theological tradition and are:

Called into community by the Spirit.
We worship our Creator.
Seek to know and proclaim Christ. 

Welcome and enjoy all and share God’s love.


Vision Statement

Continually creating a vital congregation of faith,
open to all, as we worship God and boldly respond to Christ’s call to service.