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Welcome to St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, we are a historic, multigenerational, LGBTQ+ affirming congregation. We are committed to being a spiritual center in downtown Richmond, providing community, and creative worship as we follow a justice-seeking Christ.

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Mwitikira Update

June 2

On April 17, St. Paul’s delivered 290 desks and chairs to Mwitikira’s schools. This donation represents a significant investment in our global partnership, ensuring that every child in Mwitikira receives a quality education. Please join us for a Sunday Forum following worship to learn more about the incredible work St. Paul’s is doing in our global community.

Walking with the Enslaved

June 15

The Church’s Role in Slavery, a Pilgrimage with Lunch and Reflection, In Honor of Juneteenth

In honor of Juneteenth, Nikki Fernandes and Rev. Ben Campbell will lead members from area Episcopal Churches on a walk along the Richmond Trail of Enslaved Africans followed by lunch and a facilitated group reflection.

Poor People’s Campaign

June 8 & 9

Bishop William Barber II, DMin (Disciples of Christ), Co-Chair of the Poor People’s Campaign and founder of Repairers of the Breach, is coming to Richmond. St. Paul’s Episcopal Church will host Bishop Barber during this important stop on his national preaching tour to mobilize turnout for the Mass Poor People’s and Low-Wage Workers’ Assembly in Washington D.C. on June 29th. All are welcome to participate in these powerful events of faith and solidarity!

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Psalm 23

by the Rev. Charlie Dupree Last week, I preached on Psalm 23. In the sermon, I mentioned an alternative version offered by author and scholar Eugene Peterson in a translation of the Bible called “The Message.” Many of you have asked…

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Joy In Our Hearts

So many beautiful and holy things happen at St. Paul’s. While we make every effort to communicate these things with you through digital, print, and social media, some of St. Paul’s incredible ministries go unrecognized. I wanted to make sure…

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