Come to the parish hall after the 10 a.m. service on Sunday, September 25, to meet representatives of the 13 organizations that received St. Paul’s Outreach grants this year. Welcome them to St. Paul’s and find out more about these wonderful community agencies and what they do. Maybe you’ll even find a volunteer opportunity you’ll want to pursue!
Join us at 4:30 p.m. on Sunday, October 2, for our annual St. Francis Day observance as we bless all creatures great and small. We will gather in the meditation garden as weather permits or in the church in case of rain. All - even those with fur - are invited to stay for the 5:30 p.m. service!
We hope you will find a faith community here at St. Paul's on the Corner during your time on Grounds.
Worship: Sundays at 8:00 & 10:00 am and at 5:30 p.m. followed by a home-cooked dinner!
Canterbury Student Fellowship: Tuesdays at 6:00 p.m. - dinner followed by discussion and fellowship beginning August 30, 2016.
Read Grace Aheron's article about our pilgrimage to the border last spring in the Summer 2016 issue of the Virginia Episcopalian here.
St. Paul's offers a number of weekly opportunities for learning and fellowship in small groups. They include:
We now publish a monthly Vestry News article on our website. Typically included are a summary article, minutes and financial reports. See the link on the menu to the left or click here.
If you're in need of some inspiration, watch this short video of our Presiding Bishop, Michael Curry, talking about loving, liberating, and life-giving as the Episcopal branch of the Jesus Movement.
The 46th Annual Interfaith CROP Hunger Walk will take place on October 9, beginning at First Presbyterian Church on Park Street at 1 p.m. The purpose of the 6 mile walk is to increase awareness of the prevalence of hunger in the world and to raise funds for the saving work of Church World Service (CWS), the service agency of the National Council of Churches of which The Episcopal Church is a member. Through its aid programs CWS helps hungry and starving people worldwide survive, and through its development work helps them become self-reliant. CWS also provides relief for victims of natural disasters, and aid for refugees from social upheaval and war. Commodities (e.g., food, medicine, blankets, etc.) are distributed through ecumenical church councils and organizations in more than 80 countries.
Our Charlottesville Community Meals on Wheels and the Emergency Food Network each receive 12.5% of the funds raised by the CROP Walk, and Church World Service receives 75%.
The CROP Walk will be held rain or shine with members of all ages from many area churches participating.
Please visit the CROP Walk display at the St. Paul’s Ministries Fair on Sunday, September 11, and consider signing up as a walker or making a financial contribution to this important work. For more information consult Wilma Bradbeer (293-2640) or Anne Cressin (979-6324).
Read Pastor Elaine's article Lifting High the Cross on page 10 of the Spring issue of the Virginia Episcopalian here.
Read an update from the Search Committee dated June 29, 2016 here.
Read an update from the Search Committee dated April 22, 2016 here.
Read a message from the Search Committee dated January 2016 here.
Read a letter from the Search Committee dated December 20, 2015 here.
Read a letter from the Senior Warden dated October 11, 2015 here.
Read the biographies of the Rector Search Committee here.
Read a letter from the vestry dated June 18, 2015 here.
Read a letter from our former rector Jim Richardson dated June 12, 2015 here.
|8:00 a.m.||Holy Communion
|10:00 a.m.||Holy Communion with Choir
|5:30 p.m.||Holy Communion
|8:00 a.m.||Morning Prayer