Last Choral Evensong — THIS Sunday, May 1

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Saint Paul’s last choral evensong service of the year will be this Sunday at 5 p.m., and will feature the music of Rose, Howells, Wood and Walker. Evensong will be preceded by an organ recital at 4:30 p.m. played by William Roslak. A reception in the parish hall will follow the service. For more information, visit




Recruiting Teachers for Church School

Sunday Godly Play

As a parish, one of our strengths is education, and each year we launch a search for new teachers to help with Church School. We are recruiting parishioners of all stripes and ages to help with the education and nurture of the children of this parish. If you are interested in being a StoryTeller, Door Person or Middle School class teacher, please contact Manny: . To learn more about the Children’s Programs we offer here at Saint Paul’s, visit the following link!

Saint Paul’s Goes to Gettysburg – April 30


Historian Joe Fafara will lead a group from Saint Paul’s to the Gettysburg Battlefield on Saturday, April 30. Persons interested in going will meet at Saint Paul’s at 8 a.m. and car pool to Gettysburg. Saint Paul’s parishioners will tour the battlefield, break for a hearty lunch, and continue
the tour until leaving about 4 p.m. For those slightly less interested in the battlefield, there will be sight-seeing and shopping in the town of Gettysburg.

Recital and Three Choir Evensong – April 17

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A recital by Zach Fritsch-Hemenway, Director of Music and Organist at Saint Paul’s,
will be given at 4:30 p.m. on April 17. An Evensong will follow, sung by the combined
choirs of Saint Paul’s, Christ Church, Alexandria, VA, St. Peter’s, Lewes, DE, and
Church of the Redeemer, Bethesda, MD. A reception will follow the Evensong
service. For a full list of our recitals, visit the following link!

Five Fridays V: Project Fusion-Final Concert of the Season! – THIS Friday, April 22 @ 7:30 p.m.

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Join us to celebrate the final concert of this Five Fridays season. Concerts are held by candlelight in the beautiful sanctuary of Saint Paul’s, typically in the intimate setting of the labyrinth at the west end of the church. Each concert is followed by a reception to greet the artists. Contributions from our generous sponsors help to defray costs, and together with ticket revenue, allow Saint Paul’s to pass on all net proceeds to Saint Paul’s outreach partners, Philadelphia Interfaith Hospitality Network and Face to Face Germantown. This is a unique opportunity to hear world-class music while supporting good work in our local community.