The Rev. Kyle Mackey will offer video meditations on our Facebook page at 10:30 a.m. on Thursday, June 25.
Sunday Morning Worship: June 28 at 10:30 a.m.
Our Sunday online service is broadcast at 10:30 a.m. via our
Facebook page or on
our website. This Sunday, June 28th will be Holy Eucharist, Rite Two with hymns and music, with the Rev. Kyle Mackey as Celebrant and Preacher.
A PDF of the bulletin for the service will also be posted on our website and shared on our Facebook page.
Children's Weekly Service Bulletins for June 28
Weekly children's bulletin/activity sheets that follow the readings for the Sunday service are available to download and print.
Join us on Sunday at 11:15 a.m. for a virtual coffee hour via Zoom, following the morning service. Simply grab your own coffee and
click this link. We ask you to put yourself on mute when not speaking to help cut down on feedback.
More Information You Can Use:
How to Access and Watch Our Facebook Videos
You do NOT need to have a Facebook account or log in to watch our online services, meditations, or other posts on our Facebook page.
Click here for a brief video tutorial. (You do need to be logged into a Facebook account to comment on a post.) To view all previously posted videos,
Altar Flower Dedications
You may still make a donation for altar flowers and have a dedication posted in our digital bulletin. The requested donation amount is $50 and may be made via mailing in a check or paying online. Please
contact Lesley Williams with your preferred Sunday and what you would like the dedication to say.
Prayer requests for the parish prayer list or the confidential Daughters of the King prayer list may be submitted online by clicking here.
You may also contact either of the clergy directly.
Many of you have asked how you can continue to give financially to St. Paul's as well as contribute to the rector's discretionary fund during this time. You may mail a check to the church, set up one-time or regular payments via your bank, or make an online payment via credit card. Please
visit our website for detailed instructions.
"All shall be well, and all shall be well, and all manner of thing shall be well."