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


  • Weekly Update September 24, 2021: A Letter from the Associate Rector
    Dear Friends,      I hope this message finds you well.  Despite all the stresses of […]
  • Sunday Forums Return in October
    Beginning on Sunday, October 10 in the main sanctuary, join us for conversations about what it means for us to be members of the Beloved Community.
  • Confirmation 2021
    As we get ready to welcome Bishop Rodman for his yearly visitation on Sunday, November 7, St. Paul’s will offer formation for adults and youth interested in Confirmation, Reception, or the Reaffirmation of Baptismal Vows.
  • Children’s Ministry Coordinator
    St. Paul’s is seeking to hire a Children’s Ministry Coordinator. The Children’s Ministry Coordinator provides support and coordination for the Children’s Ministry at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church. The program serves children (ages 3 through 5th grade) and includes a Sunday School curriculum, weekly Children ’s Chapel, Christmas Pageant, Pre-Episcopal Youth Community (Pre-EYC) Program, and various special events. This position reports directly to the Associate Rector.
  • Weekly Update September 17, 2021: A Letter from the Rector
    Dear Friends,      As we continue towards the fall season, I’d like to remind you […]
  • Youth News
    Click Continue reading for Zack’s weekly email to the EYC community at St. Paul’s.
  • Weekly Update September 10, 2021: A Letter from the Rector
    Dear Friends,      This week we would like to give you an overview of our […]
  • Before the End
    In this week’s Hope for the Journey, Fr. Javier reflects on the shorter ending of the Gospel of Mark: “The good news here is not that we shouldn’t feel this fear—far from it. Rather, it is what we do afterward that counts.”

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Looking Ahead: Next Steps for Gathering Together at St. Paul’s (Update)


“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)