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Outback Lunch


Help earn some money for St. Paul’s by joining us for this lunch.  It’s a great way to support St. Paul’s without doing any work – just come, enjoy conversation with friends along with a yummy lunch – all for just  $17.00.
The menu will include a Chicken Wing appetizer to be shared with your table, a choice of Caesar or House salad, Entree choice of Salmon, Chicken or Chicken & Steak, soda,  coffee or tea and dessert.  Get your tickets from
Cynthia Benjamin, Rose Marie Proctor, Hyacinth Curtis, Claudette Tucker, Adrian Goldson, Colleen Misner, Norma Williams, Janet Quade or Bobbie Gordon.  If you’d like to sell tickets, please see Bobbie Gordon.  Tickets need to be purchased by June 1.  Checks may be made payable to St. Paul’s Church.
Don’t miss this event – everyone had a really good time last year.

Consecration Sunday


It’s a special day!!! We’ll welcome our Guest Leader and preacher, The Rev. Ellen O’Hara and we will complete our Estimate of Giving Cards and take them to the altar where Father Tyler will bless them. Following this moving service, there will be a special CATERED lunch in the Parish Hall. Please call the church office by Nov. 12 to let us know you’ll be attending.

Early American period music and dinner

St. John’s Recorder Ensemble

and friends

presenting a concert of period musicand an authentic period dinner

prepared by Culinary Institute students

Saturday, Oct. 21, 2017
5:00 PM concert, freewill offering / 6:30 PM dinner:
Adults $20 / Seniors $15 / Children: 5-12y.o. $8, under 5y.o. FREE


1st Course- Cheese platter with artisan bread (rye, wheat, etc)

Main course- Chicken Fricassee Pot Pie and Roaster Root Vegetable Pot Pie

Dessert- Griddle Crepe Cakes with Coffee Cream and Cherries

Beverage- Cider and/or Tea

Salad- Garden Salad with vinaigrette dressing

Walkway Marathon Volunteers

Don’t forget this Sunday, June 11, is the Walkway Marathon. Join us at Diddell Road on the Rail Trail to offer water and encouragement to runners as they pass the halfway mark in their 26.2 mile run. A great chance for fellowship on Sunday morning before the service at 10:30 a.m. 
The regular service time is changed to allow volunteers to get to church on time. The 8 am service Sunday will be Morning Prayer led by a lay member of the congregation.


Panera Bread Fundraiser

July 20 from 4-8 at Rte. 44 location.  Be sure to bring flier with you. Tell friends and family and give them fliers, too.

Yard Sale

July 8 from 10am – 3pm.

Parishioners only donate 10% of earnings for a table.   Sign up in the Narthex.  

Vendors – $15 – Call the church to reserve a space. Food and Baked Goods for Sale.