Day & Time to be advised Join this Deanery-wide 10-part film- and readings-based dialogue series on race, grounded in religious teaching. The thought-provoking series was developed by The Episcopal Church and is built around an online curriculum of documentary films and readings that focus on Indigenous, Black, Latino, and Asian/Pacific American histories as they intersect […]
We are delighted to introduce St. Paul’s new music director and organist, Eric Newell. Eric is the Director of Choral Studies at the Kirby School, teaching music to grades 6-12. Before teaching, Eric directed music at Commerce Presbyterian Church in Commerce, GA, always having a passion and deep love for liturgical music. He holds a Bachelor’s […]
Saturday, September 25 | 10:00 am The loss of a beloved pet leaves an immeasurable hole in our heart because they aren’t just pets…they’re family. We invite guests of all faiths and backgrounds to join us for this indoor service (masks required) where we will honor and remember our loving companions who have crossed the […]
It is with great pleasure and long-awaited joy that St. Paul’s welcomes our new associate rector, The Rev. Lynne Sharp, TSSF (Third Order, Society of St. Francis). A native of Rochester, NY, Lynne comes to St. Paul’s with a background in chemical dependency counseling prior to her call to Ordination. A graduate of the Church Divinity […]
Updating our A/V equipment, the search for a new music director, and the evolving status of social gatherings were just a few of the items covered at this month’s vestry meeting. Want to learn more? Enjoy this August vestry update from Senior Warden, Lisa Bell Stewart!
St. Paul’s is pleased to announce an enriching collaboration with a service-oriented local nonprofit that is joining our campus this month. Please welcome Noble Learning Academy (NLA), a private middle school that will use various classroom spaces at St. Paul’s for the next year. This partnership with NLA reinforces St. Paul’s guiding principle as the light and love […]