Choral Evensong Services – March 26

Sunday evening – March 26 @ 5 p.m.
An extended organ prelude beginning at 4:45 p.m. Music for this service will include works by Rheinberger, Leighton, and Howells. Evensong is a great way to gather your thoughts and pray by candlelight before the start of a busy week. A reception will follow in the Parish Hall, and all are welcome.

Holy Week Services at Saint Paul’s

Holy Week at Saint Paul's

Please join us for Holy Week as we follow Christ from his triumphant entry into Jerusalem, through His crucifixion on the cross and then His glorious resurrection.  For

Our services this week include:

Palm Sunday

  • 8am Spoken Service of Word and Communion
  • 8:30am Breakfast – Shirred Eggs and Biscuits
  • 9am Alternative Eucharist Service for Families
  • 10:30am Traditional Eucharist with Choir
  • 5pm Choral Meditations on the Passion of Christ

Maunday Thursday

  • 7pm Maundy Thursday service

Good Friday

  • 12pm Good Friday service
  • 7pm Tenebrae service

Holy Saturday

  • 11am Easter Egg Hunt & Lunch (View In
  • 7pm Great Vigil of Easter

Easter Day

  • 8am Spoken Service of Word and Communion
  • 8:30am Light Hospitality – no breakfast
  • 9am Festal Eucharist with Choir
  • 11:15am Festal Eucharist with Choir

Read more about the Journey through Holy Week.

Easter Flowers

Click here if you are interested in contributing to the Easter Memorial Flowers. The deadline for Easter flowers is Sunday, April 9th

Easter Egg Hunt

Click image to see pdf about the Egg Hunt & Family Brunch

Adult Faith Forums in Lent

Sundays, March 26 and April 2.

9:15–10:15 a.m.

Dixon House Library

Adult Forums in Lent: 9:15-10:15 in Dixon House on March 26 and April 2, Jim Proud and Jonathan Nidock will speak on the Prophets (esp. Jeremiah). The prophets are not fortune tellers! They speak to their times and THE LORD’S interventions to come. The Prophet Jeremiah for instance fears Babylon and its King Nebuchadnezzar. The terror that this king creates among the Israelites overwhelms the prophet and even affects him physically. “My anguish, my anguish!… My heart is beating wildly; I cannot keep silent” (Jeremiah 4: 19). Come and see what it means to speak in the name of the Lord.

For a full list of our programs, please click here.

Tuesday Evenings in Lent

Our Lenten practice is to meet in parishioner’s homes, enjoying the company of friends while exploring Richard Rohr’s book Divine Dance: The Trinity and Your Transformation see Manny for your copy. We end our sessions with a Eucharist celebration. Meetings are on Tuesdays in Lent at 7 p.m. Below is a schedule of House Church meetings, with contact information for the host families:

Pancakes and Trivia on Shrove Tuesday – Feb. 28

Tuesday, February 28 at 6 p.m. in the Parish Hall:

Shrove Tuesday is the last day before Lent. The name “shrove” comes from the word “shriven,” which means to have confessed and been absolved. Typically, it was the day when all dairy products were consumed before the Lenten fast – hence the pancakes. Join the fun with pancakes and trivia. Are YOU smarter than a five-year-old cherub? The Shrove Tuesday supper is a truly intergenerational event where each participant is encouraged to sit with a younger or older church member. There will be trivia questions for all ages!