St. Paul’s Episcopal Church is in Royalton, Vermont and was built in 1836. It’s classified as Gothic Revival in the National Register. It’s fairly simple in design compared to many of the older Vermont churches and it was originally painted brown. The church’s congregation was generally small over the years and by the early 1970s, regular services were no longer being held. After limping along for another two decades, the church was deconsecrated in 1996. It’s maintained now by the Royalton Historical Society and used for community functions and weddings.