Come and worship with us at 8 or 10 a.m. every Sunday (our summer schedule, from May 5 through October).
Haitian Episcopal Services, 5 p.m.
Fr. John Lindell, who was an assistant rector at St. Paul's at the founding of St. Matthew's House, is featured in a new video marking an anniversary of the shelter for homeless men and women. Click here to see it.
Now that the Farmers' Market is closed until November, we're gearing up for three summer events. Our first Giant Yard Sale and Market is Saturday May 25. The other ones will be Saturdays Sept. 28 and Oct. 26.
If you want to be a vendor or a volunteer helper or wish to donate goods to be sold at the St. Paul's table, please call the office at 643-0197 from 9:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. on weekdays.Details and Directions
Carol and Roger Conant smile for the camera following a "Roast Roger" session April 25. Roger has stepped down from the post of Farmers' Market coordinator, a job he has shared with Alan Cragg from the beginning of the market six years ago. For pictures and story, click here.
Joining Alan in leadership of the market will be Jeff Page, Jim Crosby and Elizabeth Neapolitan.
Every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 8:30 a.m., morning prayer is broadcast live at bwxp.org by Fr. Jon Roberts in his BWXP Ministries, an online outreach that he continues aside from his duties with St. Paul's. Give him a call if you'd like to fill in the gaps, right from your own home (he'll teach you how).
Parishioners Jean and Su Szen visited the Holy Land just after Easter, and now are sharing their travel photos and thoughts with us on these pages.
Their sprightly narrative connects the places they visited with important Biblical events. Click here to join them on their first stop, Jaffa.
Please help by purchasing nonperishable food items and depositing them at our tub in the narthex. We suggest: cereal, pasta sauce and pasta, coffee or tea, tuna or canned meat, canned vegetables and fruits, crackers or snacks, peanut butter and jelly, soup, granulated sugar, bottled juice (not frozen). Food banks we deliver to also dispense toilet paper and paper towels, nonperishable dietetic items for diabetics and new personal items such as deodorant, soap, powder, shampoo, so at this time you may also bring any of those. We support Salvation Army, St. Matthew's House, Grace Place and St. Vincent de Paul food banks.
Coffee and snacks are available during fellowship time after each Sunday service. Parishioners provide the goodies, and you can sign up to share in this expression of love, in Trinity Hall. Small donations help us keep the coffee flowing and supplies on hand.