The St. Paul's Endowment Fund is the cornerstone of a long-range program to provide future financial stability for the parish. It is created through bequests of money and property. Once, invested, the bequests provide income for the special needs ... Read More ›
The Episcopal Church has a rich resource for daily prayer, and one of these is Evening Prayer! It can be found in the BCP. Watch the video below in which Laura and Luke share about how to pray this on your own.
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Dear Friends:Holy week is the most sacred week of the Christian calendar. This year we find ourselves in an unsettling time, as a global pandemic surrounds our community. We are exiled from public gatherings, only able to connect with one another ... Read More ›
These are challenging times filled with anxiety, loss, and despair. Yet, in these times, we have experienced the best of what our faith promises. The Vestry is incredibly grateful to our Rector, Assistant Rector, and other clergy and staff who ha... Read More ›
Updated Sort-of Virtual Clean-up Day!
We have added some tasks onto our Virtual Clean-up Day sign-up form. We just had mulch delivered, so have a variety of tasks associated with that, as well as ongoing maintenance throughout the summer and in... Read More ›
Rev. Cat invites us all to hang pink hearts in our windows in support of medical workers. Here are some coloring pages to get you started, for kids AND adults.Heart 1, Heart 2 , Heart 3, Heart 4, Heart 5, Heart 6 Read More ›
Dear Friends,The Book The Acts of the Apostles tells the story of the early days of Christian church, as the early believers to figure out how to be the church, especially in strange and new contexts. It is an action-packed and exciting story th... Read More ›
We are not be able to worship together in person for Easter. So let's worship together in spirit - and in image! Send a photo of yourself/your family and we will put it in the church. When we live stream, we will see you all. And we will be su... Read More ›