St. Paul’s offices remain closed.
If you need to speak with the clergy or a staff member please call the parish office (434) 845-7301 and leave a voicemail message;
your call will be returned in a timely manner.
If you need immediate pastoral care please email Diane+,Todd+, or Deacon Bill+
Click below for information about St. Paul’s 2020 Holiday Bazaar!
The store opens on November 1, 2020
We continue to live stream the Sunday 10am Holy Eucharist service and the Wednesday 5:30pm Evening Prayer & Holy Eucharist service
through our Facebook page.
St. Paul’s continues to Re-Regather our congregation
We will continue under the same limits and restrictions as our first Re-Gathering and follow the guidelines approved by Bp. Bourlakas.
Only the front door (Clay Street) will be available for entrance and exit.
Face masks will be worn by all in attendance. The only exception will be for children under the age of 2. Masks will be available for those who do not have one.
Hand Sanitizer will be available at the entrance to the Nave.
We are required to take attendance of all who attend for tracing purposes. Please see the volunteer in the Narthex when you arrive.
Family/Individuals will be seated at least 6’ apart in the Nave.
No congregational singing, i.e. hymns, service music, is permitted. You may hum but not full out sing.
No gatherings, i.e. coffee hour, other than the worship service are permitted.
No prayer books or hymnals will be used. All worship materials will be in the service bulletin. The bulletin will be printed on Wednesdays and placed in baskets in the Narthex. You may bring a personal BCP if you wish. You may also download the bulletin to a mobile device using the QR Code in the Saturday Streaming information email or by scanning the QR Code available in the Narthex on Sunday.
Communion will be received in the bread alone and will be brought to you in your pew.
Click here for a detailed list of the guidelines and restrictions.
I’m grateful to share music visits via FaceTime & Skype with my residents/patients in some healthcare communities in which I regularly work, but can’t physically visit now, due to COVID-19 restrictions. We’re sharing interactive visits as residents can request their favorite songs & even sing along. The best gift is seeing their smiles & eyes light up with surprise! Let’s stay connected – message Susan Carol if you’d like a virtual harp visit. I hope to offer some peace & joy in this extraordinary time. Thank you, Joshua Cruse, for helping test the process (he’s in the photos below). This is my lovely Dusty Strings Cherry FH-36S harp!
Have you wondered about the role of the Deacon in the Episcopal Church?
Click this link to view an interview with our Presiding Bishop Curry as he sheds light on this full and equal order of ordained ministry:
It is a joy and blessing to welcome you to St. Paul’s Episcopal Church!
At St. Paul’s you will find a community of faithful people striving to live out, and live into, the dream which God has for each of us individually and as a community. You will begin by worshiping in one of the most beautiful sanctuaries you may ever see. You will experience the Good News of God proclaimed and celebrated through deeply affecting worship and joyous music. And most importantly, you will be warmly welcomed into a community that truly cares about you.
We welcome you with open arms to join us as we discern the call to ministry and mission to which the Holy Spirit continues to invite us. You are welcome to bring your questions and concerns, your hopes and your dreams to this holy place of faith, forgiveness, reconciliation and outreach.
It is our prayer that you will add your voice, your spiritual gifts and your heart to this community of faith. There is much going on at St. Paul’s, please visit the following pages to see what is happening here. Your presence among us will help us live more fully into the faith that Christ calls us toward.