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Summer at St. Paul's

Worship Schedule


The summer worship schedule starts June 11:

  • 8:00 a.m. Holy Eucharist, Rite I
  • 9:00 a.m. Formation and Fellowship
  • 10:00 a.m. Holy Eucharist, Rite II

Visitors! We are excited to welcome you! Please do note we have a parking change (see below)

  • Weekdays, Noonday Eucharist at 12:05 p.m. in the Chapel (enter on 9th St)
  • Wednesdays, Center, a quiet contemplative service at 6 p.m. in the Church, with a simple supper to follow. 
  • Beginning June 16th, the parish offices will close at 1:00 p.m. each Friday.
Formation & Fellowship
  • June 18 and 25: HRI Memorials and Music – “Living Memorials”
  • July 2: Fellowship Breakfast
  • July 9- August 6: The Rev. Molly Bosscher will lead a study called “The Devil in July: Hot as Hell.”
  • August 13:  Fellowship Breakfast
  • August 20 and 27: The Rev. Wallace Adams-Riley will lead a book forum
  • Sept 3: Fellowship Breakfast
  • There will be a reception to celebrate the ministry of Betsy Carr after the 10:00 a.m. service on June 25.
  • Love youth? Want to help with a discernment process about the youth of St. Paul’s? Meet after the 10:00 a.m. service on July 9 and August 6.
  • Pete Nunnally, our Director of Spiritual Formation and Youth Ministries, will have his last Sunday with us on July 23. There will be a reception after the service at 11:15 a.m.

Children + Families

  • At the 10:00 a.m. Sunday service, all children are invited to join in the Gospel procession!
  • If you and your child are early risers – join other families for coffee, juice and donuts in the Children’s Library at 9:00 a.m. every Sunday beginning June 11. Put early morning energy to good use and then come to our 10 a.m. worship service. 
  • Peace Camp will be August 8-10 at First Mennonite Church. Kids from St. Paul’s and First Mennonite Church will learn about their neighbors around the world--and in their city! For more information, contact Linda Willis at
  • Parent and child playgroup will meet once a month beginning Thursday, June 1 at 10 a.m. We’ll meet at local parks. For more information, please contact Linda Willis at


  • We are looking for some wonderful volunteers for our Micah Summer Camp Program. We have been serving our students at Woodville for the past 15+ years. Volunteering in the summer varies from being a bus rider, donating snacks/juice/water for our students for the bus ride, or helping get the snacks ready each week.  We are looking for several volunteers this summer the opportunities are very flexible from morning, afternoon, evening, or even ALL day!  Please contact Hana Yun at for information or to learn more about volunteering. There will be a signup sheet on the Micah Summer Camp bulletin board in the back hallway across from the nursery or sign up to ride the bus online.
  • St. Paul's is working with other congregations to help an agency in Richmond resettle a family from Afghanistan. The Rahmatys are doing well. Nasim is adjusting to an American work environment, his wife is learning English, and the children are all doing well. We are looking for 1-2 individuals who can drive and accompany the family to appointments as needed. Nasim has also asked for an ESL coach who could meet with him ideally 2 hours per week (e.g., one night per week, 7-8 pm at the least, or two nights/wk, or one night + one weekend day (1 hour each) at the most). Please contact Jon Heckel at or 804-201-4542 or Sarah Lageman at or 804-840-4512 if you have interest.

Parish Life

  • Guys gathering: All guys of the parish are invited to the Squirrels game June 21! RSVP by June 12 to Tim Baird,
  • Rob Bell, July 14: Join the St. Paul's group attending Rob Bell's talk at The National! Purchase your ticket through the box office (we're sitting in the $20 section), and meet at Vagabond for dinner beforehand at 5:30 p.m. Please email Pete,, to let us know you're coming!

Parking Changes + REnovation update


St. Paul’s guests and parishioners can park in the open Lanier lot located on Franklin Street between 7th and 8th streets (just west of Subway) at no charge. Street parking is also available!


The Edison Garage across the street has reserved 15 spaces at $5/hour for 2 hours, up to a $30 maximum. You may have your ticket validated by a St. Paul’s staff member!


Parking garage renovation is well underway (and rather loud)! The staff and volunteers are working around the noise from demolition and construction. Phone calls may be interrupted by noise. Texts and e-mails might be the best way to get in touch.Thank you for your understanding!