The latest updates and resources for the St. Paul’s community during the global coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic

“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)


  • Tumultuous Processions, Lonely Prayers
    A new Holy Week post in the Hope for the Journey series: “I doubt that Jesus experienced peaceful solitude on the night before his betrayal, but the fact of the matter is that he was alone: already betrayed by one of his closest friends, soon to be abandoned by the rest of his companions… I wonder if Holy Week has something new to offer us this year: a rare opportunity to reflect on the kind of loneliness that Jesus felt that night in the Garden.”
  • What is it you plan to do with your one wild and precious life?
    A new meditation from the Hope for the Journey series: “During these times in which we find ourselves, with all the anxiety and fear, I am drawn to the language of poetry.”
  • Unabashed Gratitude
    A new meditation from the Hope for the Journey series: “If you’re like me—which is to say, if you are just the slightest bit neurotic—then you’re familiar with the ominous feeling I’ve had over the past couple weeks…”
  • Video Streaming on Facebook
    For those folks who are not experienced Facebook users, here are some tips to get you started in watching our live streamed services. …


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