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Looking Ahead: Public Health Guidelines for Gatherings at St. Paul’s


  • Vacation Bible Camp 2023: All Mixed Up and Upside Down!
    Help support “All Mixed Up and Upside Down!” our Vacation […]
  • Planning Committee for the Fall Arts and Crafts Festival
    Since 2013, with a hiatus from 2020 through 2022, the Arts & Crafts Festival has brought St. Paul’s and the local community together in a day of fun, fellowship, food, and shopping, with all our proceeds going to outreach ministries. We need committee members to help with the planning, organizing, and set up. Please consider joining the planning committee.
  • Chore Day Fundraiser for ASP – May 6, 2023
    Support the Youth Appalachia Service Project (ASP) mission trip with […]
  • Newcomer Luncheon
    The St. Paul’s Newcomer Ministry announces the return of the Newcomer Luncheon on Sunday, April 30 at 12:30 pm in the Youth Wing. If you were a newcomer during the past three years and have not had an opportunity to take part in a Newcomer Luncheon, you are invited to join us on April 30.
  • Movie Night!

    Hey, Movie Lovers!

    You are invited to join us each month for Movie Night, a discussion of recent and not-so-recent movies, hosted by Fr. Javier and Tad Richard.

    This month, we’ll be discussing the film, CODA. CODA stands for…

“The Rt. Rev. Rob Wright, bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Atlanta, recently said: ‘The church cannot be cancelled, the church can only adapt! Press on, take care of one another, take care of yourself. God is trustworthy!’ Let this remind us all that we are the Church. While we will not be gathering face-to-face for the weeks ahead, church will continue because we are the Body of Christ, even when we are apart.” (Fr. George’s update to the parish in March 2020)