Worshiping together at St. Paul’s/San Pablo’s is the fuel for our discipleship. We are called to be in community with others by worshiping God and remembering the gospel through the sharing of stories, listening, preaching, teaching, singing and praying.


We praise united by a common prayer book. All Episcopal services, whatever their style, vary from spoken or sung ceremonies and follow The Book of Common Prayer. This style goes back to the first prayer book of the English Church produced in 1549, after its break with Rome.

The services involve the participation of the congregation and follow almost exactly the same essential forms. This means that at any service a person can go to any Episcopal church (and with small local variations, any Anglican church in the world) and participate in a worship service.

Service Schedules:

  • Wednesday evening service in Spanish 7 p.m.
  • Sunday 9:30 a.m. in English and 12:00 p.m. in Spanish
  • Yoga mass held the 3rd Wednesdays of each month at 7 pm with Rev. Gena Davis and Father Ed, Bilingual service


Gina DavisIntro to YogaMass®

Hello friends,

Just a little something about me:  I am passionate about holistic healing and wholeness through many modalities and especially walking in the Christ light that is available to us all.  I am an ordained Episcopal priest, author, a certified yoga educator in Nosara Yoga, Pralaya Yoga, and Amrit Yoga Nidra, a spiritual guide, and founder of YogaMass®.

Until August 2017, I served as the Priest for a mission congregation in central southwest Houston, Texas, Grace Episcopal Church. My calling expanded to lead YogaMass into the wider community and to share the message of awakening to and embodying Christ Consciousness. 

Attention to my spiritual path led me to become a commissioned spiritual director and a Benedictine Oblate with the World Community for Christian Meditation, which means I have taken the Benedictine monastic vows of stability, ongoing conversion, and obedience.

I wish to share YogaMass® with everyone! When I'm on my mat and connecting deeply with my breath and the energy moving within me, and to the quiet presence of God within and around me, I touch the essence of all of life. The same happens for me when celebrating the Eucharist--the deepest of joys.

I am here to help everyone find that deep place of inner joy and peace so please join Father Ed and me at St. Paul’s for YogaMass! You do not need to have any experience in yoga to be a part of YogaMass. The class is bilingual and we have new people coming to the service all the time and many have never taken a yoga class! We have all levels of participants. We look forward to seeing you there!