Whether you are a new or a returning student, there are several ways you can find out more about Canterbury, the student fellowship based at St. Paul's: we have a brief overview on this website (link to page), as well as our own website dedicated just to our student ministry (click here).
We are also on facebook and you can find a lot of pictures and information there too -- give us a like!
For a sample nomination form, click on Read More... below or click here to view a PDF version of the form.
On January 1, 1908, the Reverend Hugh H. McIlhany, the secretary of the Y.M.C.A. at the University, agreed to become the priest in charge of a proposed new Episcopal church, "a small-sized permanent congregation which would provide a temporary spiritual home for Episcopal students during their years at the University." In a pamphlet explaining the Memorial Plan, Mr. McIIhany said, "It (the church) will constitute, as it were, a sort of Westminster Abbey at the university, where memorials of distinguished alumni and friends who were also prominent in church life may be placed from time to time as they pass on to their reward".
Find out more about the history of St. Paul's here.
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.
Read a letter from the vestry dated June 18, 2015 here.
Read a letter from Rector Jim Richardson dated June 12, 2015 here.
View the St. Paul's 2014 Annual Report here.
View the St. Paul's Calendar - Winter 2014 and Spring 2015 here.
View the Building Task Force Interim Report by clicking here.
View Be Bold! Discerning God's Call - Claiming God's Vision, the 2012 St. Paul's Long Range Planning report by clicking here.
View the 2011 St. Paul's Long Range Planning report by clicking here.