Welcome To St. Paul’s

We extend you a warm and unconditional invitation to worship with us. We come from all walks of life and welcome anyone who walks through our doors. When you visit us, you will be our respected guest. We will not single you out in an embarrassing way; you may worship God in solitude or engage us with conversation or questions.
Whoever your are, wherever you come from, whatever joys or burdens you carry, you are welcome at St. Paul’s.

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The Sixteenth Sunday after Trinity
The Sixteenth Sunday after Trinity

Upcoming Service

Holy Communion
October 2, 2022 10:00 am
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Upcoming at St. Paul's!

Join us this Sunday, September 25th, after the 10am service for a trail walk to Percival’s Island. We’ll meet at the ‘Love’ sign at the railroad tracks (Commerce St/Washington St/Concord Turnpike) at 11:30 a.m. Come to church Sunday, whether in-person or online, dressed to walk and then meet us for this lovely trip through early Fall in Lynchburg.

Percival’s Island Natural Area

Percival’s Island is a familiar landmark in downtown Lynchburg. Visitors may see herons, migrating waterfowl and many native plants and animals as they follow the paved trail, which bisects the natural area. The James River is the backdrop for any visit to the island, featuring views of both calm pools and rushing waters.

St. Paul’s Celtic service returns on Sunday, Sept. 25th at 5:00 p.m.! Come and experience this beautiful service full of candles, soft harp and violin music, and evocative language. The Rev. Dr. Salmon and The Rev. Deacon Bumgarner will be leading this service; Sumner Jenkins, Susan, Carol, and Christie Howell will be providing music.

The Bicentennial Organ

For 200 years, St. Paul’s has been at the forefront of including innovative liturgical music to the worship and praise of God. Thousands of parishioners and guests have benefitted from the bold move in 1826 to include organ music in worship services. We today are recipients of those who, with vision and faith, went before us to provide an enhanced music experience. 
St. Paul’s is thrilled to partner with Parsons Organ Builders of Canandaigua, New York to install, as a part of the parish’s Bicentennial, a new organ for the church.  Please join us in our effort to “Pay it Forward.”

 

 

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