By Andrea Kamouyerou, Director of Engagement“St. Paul’s is a serving church.” This is a statement someone said to me early on in our time here, and I have seen it confirmed over and over again as we have responded to various needs in our com... Read More ›
Our Annual Meeting will be held on Sunday, February 23 after the 9:45am combined worship service.There will be an all-parish breakfast before our annual meeting. The Annual Meeting will include Vestry elections, reports on the ... Read More ›
Douglas Starr, Director of Music & Arts
For the time being your music ministry has the privilege of delivering previously recorded music during live streamed worship. This includes preludes, postludes and hymn accompaniments prepared by myself a... Read More ›
By the Rev. Laura Di Panfilo
When we gather at church, we read God’s word, we pray, and we receive the Lord’s body and blood in the Eucharist. During the pandemic, we are still able to read Holy Scripture and pray together but we have be... Read More ›
On March 29 at 10:45am join us for the Buxtehude cantata. In 1705 the 20-year-old J.S. Bach made his famous journey on foot from Arnstadt to Lübeck, Germany to visit Dietrich Buxtehude; to hear and to be near the music close to Bach’s heart. ... Read More ›
Welcome to St. Paul’s Children and Youth Online Formation
Our mission for Children and Youth ministry this year has not been changed by the pandemic—our mission is to build communities of faith for children and youth of all ages, to provid... Read More ›
Shrove Tuesday Pancake Supper—February 25th from 5:30pm to 7pm.
Lent is all about penance, repentance, and confession before Christ’s defeat of sin and death on Easter morning. But before the sackcloth and ashes you need one thing: pancakes... Read More ›
Kristen Morgan, Director of Children, Youth and Family Ministries
Things in our world have certainly changed over the past couple of weeks. I’ve been working hard to find resources that kids and their families can use at home to continue to fo... Read More ›
By Kristen Morgan, Director of Children, Youth, & Family Ministry.Last week, for our online children's sermon, I read a book called The Invisible String. It's written by Patrice Karst.
."'The Invisible String' is a simple story that reminds chil... Read More ›