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: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 ›
Holy Saturday, April 3Easter Egg Hunt at St. Paul’s 1PM, 1:45PM, 2:30PM, 3:15PM (preregistration required)
6:30PM – Livestream Easter Vigil You can print the bulletin here.
Click here for the Easter Vigil 6:30 p.m. service live on Zoom
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Psalm 13:1As the weeks of the social distancing go on, I know that more and more of us are identifying with the cry of the Psalmist. I know I am feeling the loss of community, of life disruptions, of being able to share the life of the church with... 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,So much has changed for us in the last few days. Times are uncertain, and then we hear new news as well. The changing situation in our community, and in our world is disconcerting and it also brings a cascade of losses as events, wedd... Read More ›
By the Reverend Noah H. Evans, Rector
Last fall, we had many adults make the decision to make a public formal commitment to the Episcopal Church. I remember after the service, I heard from many of you how moving it was to see this happen. And s... Read More ›
St. Paul’s has participated in the World Vision 6K for several years in support of providing clean water to families in need around the world. This year is no different, expect that the 6K is going virtual! Instead of going out in groups, we ... Read More ›