Saint Paul Church started in the World War I era, in nearby Edgley village when Episcopal seminarians were invited to conduct liturgies at a non-denominational chapel. In 1921, the Episcopal Diocese of Pennsylvania opened a mission in a small strcuture in Edgely. Various clergy served this mission til World War II when the mission was closed.
In 1949, The Reverend Stanley Powell was placed in charge of Christ Church, Eddington and Saint Paul Chapel, Edgley. William Levitt donated to the church 3.5 acres to build the first church in Levittown. Fr Powell was appointed is first full time priest and the new church was built in 1954. An addition of the hall was added in 1958. Fr. Powell retired in 1988.
The Reverend Edward Schultz served as interim priest til The Reverend Howard Wood was called in 1989. Father Wood retired in 2003. The Reverend Michael Ruk was called as priest in September 2004, and ended his ministry with St Paul's in June of 2012.
In September, 2012, Reverend Sean Slack was called by the search committee at St. Paul (in conjunction with the search committee from All Saints) to join our community of worship and ministry. Father Sean was ordained into the Priesthood in January, 2013.