This week, as we wrap up our stewardship campaign, we are focusing on how your financial gifts support the entirety of what goes on across our 12+ acre footprint every day, not just on Sundays. There are corners of the St. Paul’s campus you may never see, but the Vestry and staff are dedicated to caring for our resources in all they do, balancing costs and care of our facilities with great intention. This is a community that believes our shared property is indeed Holy Ground. ..Continue reading
We are in the midst of our stewardship season, a time for reflecting on the impact our church community has on us and on those we have yet to meet. While pledging with your financial gift, we hope you will make this decision part of your overall commitment to growing your connection to the ministries of St. Paul’s, a commitment we share publicly in Confirmation. …Continue reading
During the next few weeks, as you decide your financial pledge for 2023, you will hear about what St. Paul’s means to some of our fellow parishioners. We have designed multiple ways for you to connect, in-person and virtually: …..Continue reading
These three facets of Christian discipleship—how we gather to pray, how we reach out to our neighbors in loving service, and how we nurture the spiritual growth of all God’s children through our formation activities from childhood into adulthood—form the backbone of our common life. We have an exciting year ahead of us in 2022. Learn more on our Stewardship page, and use our Online Pledge Form to submit your pledge today.
Every gift makes a difference.
Pray, Gather and Go Out – In spite of incredible challenges in 2020, the St. Paul’s community has found ways to Pray, Gather and Go Out. Our presence has grown, both online and in direct service to those around us. We’re going to need even more of your inspired generosity to meet and expand our reach in 2021. Pledge Online or Continue reading.Continue reading
Dear Friends, I am in touch with you this week to let you know you will find on our St. Paul’s website a new section called St. Paul’s Connects. Please go there (StPaulsConnects) and see the numerous ways we are looking to stay connected during this coronavirus crisis. I’ve asked our wardens, Mary Kintz and Frank Laney, to write this week about stewardship. While I miss seeing you all face to face, know that you continue to be held in my daily thoughts and prayers. George
Click HERE for the complete letter from George, Mary, and Frank.
VISION 2020 for the operating budget is well underway! As we work, walk, seek, welcome, and care together for a better world, we begin that journey in our little corner at St. Paul’s. If you have already pledged for next year, we thank you. If you have not, we encourage you to make the effort and make a pledge today. Continue reading for more on Vision 2020 and to pledge.Continue reading
Over the past few weeks, an effort was made to highlight and celebrate all of the good that ST. PAUL’s represents. The church and its ministries provide spiritual support and help to our community that makes a real difference. Your support is what makes this a reality. Continue reading for more and to pledge.Continue reading