“Gratitude is the overarching theme of stewardship at St. Paul’s,” St. Paul’s Stewardship co-chairs Jennifer and André Williams wrote in this month’s Apostle newsletter. “Embracing Stewardship as a way of life means that we seek to become ever more grateful for all that we are and all that we have. Indeed, the only response we can make […]
Get the latest on parish news, events, worship and people in St. Paul’s monthly newsletter, the Apostle. The October 2016 can be read here.
St. Paul’s is happy to welcome the Rev. Steven Peay as our celebrant for back-to-back September Sundays — September 4th and 11th. Many know Father Peay and his wife Julie from the time they spend worshiping with us and from the well-received adult formation sessions drawing on his experience and scholarship as professor, dean of theology, priest, deacon […]
Listen to the sermon Rev. Scott Stoner’s shared at St. Paul’s on August 28th, 2016.
Please welcome the Rev. Dr. Scott Stoner as our guest celebrant on August 21 and August 28 — and as our adult formation speaker at 9 a.m. on August 21st. Many know Scott from his and his family’s involvement with St. Paul’s over the years, his service as Rector at St. Christopher’s and more recently […]
The St. Paul’s community came together to celebrate our nine years with Reverend Steve and Karen Teague and to wish the departing Rector and his wife a very heartfelt farewell as Father Steve retires from full-time ministry and they relocate to North Carolina. Visit Facebook for images from a farewell party on Thursday, August 11th and from […]
Father Steve’s departure won’t happen for a couple of months — thank heavens — but Senior Warden Carrie Barbee and I informally commenced the discernment and transition process when we met a couple of weeks ago with Bishop Steven Miller and Diocesan transition officer Peggy Bean. Carrie and I rushed in from other appointments and […]
THIS COMING SUNDAY WE CELEBRATE THE FEAST OF PENTECOST. Remember to wear RED, the liturgical color of Pentecost, to “show your colors.” And as in the past, to symbolize (mildly) the disruption and disorder of that first Pentecost, change your usual seating in the nave (and if someone is in your usual pew, be nice). […]
Ash Wednesday, the first day of Lent, falls on February 10, this year. On that day there will be three Eucharists, with the imposition of ashes, at 7:30 am and Noon; and a 6 pm Family and Choral Eucharist service. Once again, St. Paul’s will host Lenten Suppers on Tuesday evenings, February 16, February 23, […]