St. Paul’s Body and Soul Café, open on Sunday mornings at 9am, September through MayIMG_2034

Enjoy a delicious complimentary Continental Breakfast before Sunday School.  The idea for this offering was to make it easier for our members to attend our Christian Education Sunday morning classes. The breakfast has a wide variety of choices such as cereal, fruit, yogurt, various breads, pancakes, waffles, sausage biscuits, bacon, quiches and more!.  So please consider coming to St. Paul’s between 9:00 and 9:30 am on Sunday mornings to feed your Body and follow with an excellent Soul filling class.

 

IMG_0407Coffee Hours and Receptions, every Sunday morning following the 10:30 service.

This is a wonderful time to meet and greet members and newcomers, members of the clergy, staff and vestry.

St. Paul’s is a place of faith and fellowship, which values diversity in every way. We love to gather as people of faith to do God’s work in the world, and to develop and deepen our community relationships. 

 

 

Annual Parish Picnic

St. Paul’s begins the program year, usually in September, with a picnic for members and visitors. Weather permitting, we like to hold the picnic in our courtyard, and all of our downtown neighbors who happen to walk by are welcome to fill a plate and have a seat with us. Being downtown gives us the opportunity to live with our neighbors in faith, and in proximity. 

Men’s BreakfastsIMG_2030

Several times a year, St. Paul’s Men Who Cook prepare a breakfast for the parish and visitors. These occur between the early and late services and take the place of Sunday School. We believe we benefit greatly from time spent together not only as worshiping, and ministering people of faith, but as friends, neighbors and brothers and sisters in Christ.

Additional opportunities for Fellowship are the occasional Movie Night, Date Nights for our young families who allow us to care for their children and while they enjoy a night out, Pub Nights when beers brewed by our members are tasted along with carefully pared meals, many youth events throughout the year, dinner clubs, Lenten Dinners and Programs and many other activities that may recur or may be a great idea someone came up with and saw to fruition.