Online Worship Service: April 11 at 10:30 a.m.
The service for this Sunday will be broadcast LIVE at 10:30 a.m. via our Facebook page and on our website. If you are unable to watch the live broadcast, the service will be available online for viewing afterwards. This Sunday will be Holy Eucharist, Rite Two with hymns and music, with the Rev. Hazel Smith Glover 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.
Upcoming Worship Schedule
In keeping with diocesan protocols, we will gradually move toward in-person inside worship on a regular basis. Indoor services will be held with COVID-19 restrictions in place, such as the requirement of masks, no congregational singing, and communion in one kind only. In addition, the number of people in the congregation will be limited and preregistration will be required. Services will also continue to be live streamed and viewable online.

The Sunday schedule for the next several weeks, outlining virtual as well as hybrid in-person/virtual services, may be found here. These will also be added to the church calendar online and be included in our weekly emails. 
Formation and Fellowship
Adult Formation: April 11 at 9:00 a.m.
Please join us for a study of Barbara Brown Taylor's Holy Envy. The book's subtitle is, "Finding God in the Faith of Others," and one of the reviews says it "reminds us that God is bigger than any one religion. Prepare to be surprised and, best of all, to come to know God in a new way." What more could we want?! Even if you don't have the book, we would love to include you in our discussion. Our Zoom meeting ID is 837 1763 1107, passcode is 097390. Questions? Contact Lauren Gallagher.
Godly Play
Godly Play: April 11 at 9:30 a.m.
Godly Play is a Montessori-based curriculum that includes storytelling, interaction, exploration, and creativity to teach and enliven Bible stories. In Godly Play, for ages 4 through 5th grade, marvelous things happen as children "work, play and wonder together at the awesomeness of God." Email Elisabeth Copeland for the Zoom meeting link.
Virtual Coffee Hour: April 11 at 11:15 a.m.
Our virtual coffee hour takes place on Sunday mornings, beginning at approximately 11:15 a.m., following the morning service . Simply grab your own coffee and click here. If you are having trouble accessing this link (certain Android devices may have issues), please open up Zoom on your browser or app, enter meeting ID 850 8929 6782 and passcode 238754. We ask you to put yourself on mute when not speaking to help cut down on feedback.
Virtual Children's Choir: April 14 at 5:00 p.m.
Children in grades 2 and up are invited to join our St. Paul's Virtual Children's Choir. There is no upper grade/age limit. The rehearsals are on Wednesdays at 5:00 p.m. To register your child or if you have questions, email Dawn Harrison.
Men’s “Early Risers” Virtual Coffee Meetup: April 16 at 9:00 a.m.
All men of St. Paul’s are invited to attend a virtual “Early Risers” Coffee Meetup via Zoom on Friday mornings beginning at 9:00 a.m. Click here to join at that time. If you are having trouble accessing this link (certain Android devices may have issues), please open up Zoom on your browser or app, enter meeting ID 847 1398 9213 and passcode 902854. We ask you to put yourself on mute when not speaking to help cut down on feedback. Questions? Contact Mark LeVan.
More Information You Can Use
St. Paul's Newnan Tornado Relief Fund
St. Paul’s has set up a Newnan Tornado Relief Fund. This fund will be focused on helping those in affected neighborhoods who are particularly vulnerable. You can donate online here. Select "Special Offerings" from the drop-down fund options, and put "tornado relief fund" in the memo line. You may also mail a check to the church, made out to St. Paul's with "tornado relief" in the memo line. All funds donated will go towards helping individuals most in need. 

We ask you to join us in continuing to prayer for our community as we recover from this devastating storm.
Red Cross Spring Blood Drive: May 3
St. Paul's is proud to support the American Red Cross in its lifesaving efforts. We've had several successful blood drives, and the Red Cross depends on organizations like us to continuously heed the call. Please go online to make your appointment today! (Click "load more results" until you see the listing for St. Paul's.) Contact Virginia Williams or Wendy Llosa with any questions.
Church Office Hours
The church office will resume regular office hours on a limited basis beginning April 19. Hours will be Monday through Wednesday from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

To maintain the safety of staff and parishioners, appointments for visits will be required and can be made by contacting either Lesley Williams or the Rev. Hazel Smith Glover directly. Masks and social distancing will be required of any visitors. We appreciate your understanding.
Prayer Requests
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.
Financial Gifts
To contribute financially to St. Paul's (including the rector's discretionary fund and Peace and Purpose campaign) 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.