The “Big Dig” is finished, and the walls of the church should be warm and dry this year. Many, many thanks to the Ladies of the Craft and Gab Group for financing this job. Many thanks also to Ron Miller for the wonderful job done in a timely and professional manner.
Lenten service: March 28th, 12:00 PM, Presbyterian Church. The Methodists will be joining us at this service. Lenten Chili Lunch: March 28th, Presbyterian Church. We will be helping – please see the sign-up sheet on the lectern in the narthex. Lunch is served around 12:30 PM (following the worship service). Maundy Thursday service: … More Holy Week Schedule
On May 21st, St. Paul’s celebrated Rogation Sunday. We had beautiful weather for the event, as evidenced by the photos that were taken that day by parishioner Christine Wright. What is Rogation Sunday, you ask? The word “rogation” comes from the Latin rogare, which means “to ask”, and the Rogation Days are days set apart … More St. Paul’s Celebrates Rogation Sunday
St. Paul’s Episcopal Church will once again be holding our Annual Spring Rummage and Bake Sale Extravaganza. This year the event will be held from Wednesday through Saturday, June 7 through the 10.
The hours for the event are 10am to 4pm on Wednesday through Friday and 10am to 2pm on Saturday. There will be an ‘Early Bird’ door fee of $1.00 on Wednesday and a Bag Sale at 1pm on Saturday. … More Spring Rummage and Bake Sale Extravaganza!
Labyrinths have been used in the Christian tradition to enhance prayer and meditation since ancient times. When you walk a labyrinth, you follow a path inward to its center. Symbolically, many think of this as the journey towards God. Once you reach the center, the same path leads you outward, or back to the world. … More Labyrinth
“May God’s grace be upon this shawl warming, comforting, enfolding and embracing. May this mantle be a safe haven, a sacred place of security and well-being, sustaining and embracing in good times as well as difficult ones. May the one who receives this shawl be cradled in hope, kept in joy, graced with peace and … More Prayer Shawl Ministry
St. Paul’s Episcopal Church welcomed the Rt. Rev. R. William Franklin, Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Western New York, on Sunday, April 24th during its 10am service. Bishop Franklin called on St. Paul’s as a part of his annual visitation schedule of parishes throughout the Diocese. During his visit, the Very Rev. Gary Schindler, St. Paul’s … More Annual Visit by Bishop Franklin