St. Paul’s parish is, when we do get together, we have a great time simply being with one another, sharing stories, laughing, teasing, even shedding a tear or two.
We are an inclusive and vibrant group of loving and caring people, spiritually and, at times, theologically diverse in the tradition of the Anglican Communion. We are actively involved in the community sponsoring a Boy Scout Troop and a AA recovery meeting. In addition to supporting the local food bank, we also provide meals to the community every quarter. Members are engaged in recovery ministry, prison ministry, and serve as volunteer tutors.
“Coffee Hour”, which always follows the Sunday Service, often lives up to its name. Parishioners are known to often hang around for an hour, drinking coffee or tea, sharing goodies that are brought, and just being with one another.
Usually once a month a parishioner or two or three volunteer to host a brunch in place of the Coffee Hour. One often does not know what the menu might be. What we do know is that the food will be tasty, filling and enjoyable.
The annual Parish Picnic is held during the summer either at the church or the home of a parishioner. Worship that Sunday is a little more informal as we are dressed to go to a picnic.
As we grow, we will have even more activities to share.
St. Paul’s is alive and well.