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The Conversion of St. Paul Church

Physical Address:

85 St. Paul Lane
Barton, Vermont 05822
Click here for mailing address.

From Interstate 91:

  1. Take exit 25 (the Barton exit) off I-91
  2. Take Route 16 North towards Barton
  3. Continue for 1.1 miles
  4. Just past the C&C Supermarket on the right, take the first right
  5. Immediately at the yield sign turn right on Route 5 (Main Street, also Route 16)
  6. Continue 0.2 miles and turn left onto Route 16 (Eastern Avenue) across the railroad tracks
  7. Take the second right in to the St. Paul’s parking lot in front of St. Paul’s School

Google maps:

For directions from Google maps click here and enter your address in the space in the upper left of the page.

(Please note: Google maps will sometimes label St. Paul’s as “Barton Baptist Church” because it used to be a Baptist church but is now a Roman Catholic church.)

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4 comments on “The Conversion of St. Paul Church”

  1. Good day, St. Paul’s!
    Father Tim does a monthly mass at Union House, Glover, Vt. my brother Thomas English attends the service and would like to speak to Father Tim. Tom has some physical, mental and dementia, but loves Father Tim’s services. Two weeks ago, I was visiting Tom and he mentioned that before he passed away, he would like to speak with FAther Tim. Tom is 69 and we do not know when he will pass away, but an occasional visit from Father Tim would be great!
    How do we make this happen? Please let me know!
    Thank you!

    1. Hello Mr. Beals. This is Kevin Mayor, office assistant at Trinity Parish. I will give your message to Fr. Tim and he will be in contact with you via your email address. He will be happy to arrange a visit with Tom. Thank you for using our website Mr. Beals.

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