“Advent” comes from the Latin meaning “coming.” It’s a time when we prepare our hearts for the light of God’s kingdom. December tends to be a time when our calendars are full of parties, cultural events and gift giving. We have lists to complete, gifts to buy, and places to be. However, in the church, […]
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Lessons & Carols is one of the musical highlights of our church year and a beautiful way to celebrate Christmas at St. Paul’s. This tradition, dating back more than 100 years to King’s College, Cambridge, is a service that families with children ages 6+ will enjoy. All are welcome! The Biblical lessons lead us through […]
Thanks to all who supported our own Boy Scout Troop 202 with their annual fundraiser on Sunday December 8 after the 7:30 and 9:30 services, outside the Parish Hall — they are sold out!
Missed a session? Doesn’t matter! Join us for a delicious potluck dinner followed by an enlightening session exploring the story of Advent and Christmas. Dinner at 6:30 pm and program 7:00 – 8:30 pm. 12/4 Advent Symbols 12/11 Mary’s Christmas Minor Characters in the Advent Story During each session, there will be a presentation and […]
Make a beautiful Advent wreath to take home in preparation for Christmas. After each service, we’ll supply the greenery and candles, you’ll supply the time and talent! Also, our friends from the Orthodox Church are holding their annual bake sale, 9:30 to 11 am, replete with delicious baked goods. Entertaining for the holidays or just […]
We host families in our parish hall December 2 to 16, and church volunteers assist with preparing and serving meals, help with kids activities, clean up, and more in the second week. Sign up in the parish hall after the 9:30 am service or email Nancy Erle at email@example.com.