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Welcome to St. Paul’s

Everyone — whoever you are and wherever you are on your spiritual journey — is welcome at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church.

We are open and welcoming of all regardless of your age, health, education, ethnic or regional background, gender, sexual identity or orientation and no matter your religious or secular background.

Our doors are always open.

Eucharist (Rite II)

Sunday

7:30 am Holy Eucharist
Rite I on the 1st Sunday of the month at  7:30  AM service

8:45 am Holy Eucharist

10:00 am Christian Formation

11:00 am Holy Eucharist
Broadcast on Facebook
Sunday Bulletin and Take Out

6:00 pm Holy Eucharist

Wednesday

12:05 pm Holy Eucharist and Healing

A Message from the Episcopal Relief & Development regarding Hurricane Ian:
 
Episcopal Relief & Development is in close contact with Episcopal dioceses in the southern United States and Cuba in response to Hurricane Ian, which made landfall in Cuba on Tuesday and in southwest Florida on Wednesday.
 
In Cuba, the category 3 storm killed two people and knocked out power to the entire country.
 
“The Episcopal Church in Cuba has mobilized its local disaster committees who are assessing the damage, and potential responses, in their communities,” said Kellie McDaniel, Senior Facilitator, Training & International Development, Episcopal Relief & Development. “We pray for the people of Cuba who are living through several recent disasters.”
 
Hurricane Ian intensified to a category 4 storm before making landfall again on Wednesday near Port Charlotte, Florida with winds of 150 m.p.h. As of Thursday morning, more than two million people were without power and a storm surge of up to 12 feet caused severe flooding. The storm also caused flooding in the Florida Keys after heavy rain on Tuesday night. It is expected to reach Georgia and South Carolina by Friday.
 
Dioceses in Florida, Georgia and South Carolina have been preparing this week by checking in with communities in the storm’s path, testing emergency communications systems and coordinating with area agencies.
 
“Our partners in the southern United States have deep roots in the community and are using their relationships to assess the needs caused by Hurricane Ian,” said Lura Steele, Program Officer, US Disaster Program, Episcopal Relief & Development. “We stand ready to assist in the coming days and weeks.”
 
Please pray for the people impacted by the storm. Donations to the Hurricane Relief Fund will support Episcopal Relief & Development and its partners as they respond.

The Epistle

The Epistle is St. Paul’s monthly newsletter, which is published the first of every month. Click on the cover to read the newest issue.

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