4308 Hermitage Rd 23227
The St. Paul’s community is celebrating St. Francis’ Feast Day with a creation care outdoor worship service that includes the Blessing of the Animals and Holy Eucharist followed by a parish potluck picnic at Bryan Park, Picnic Shelter #1.
St. Franci of Assisi, the patron saint of animals, the poor and the environment, expressed his devotion to God through his love for all of God’s creation, praising all creatures as sisters and brothers under God, the custom of offering blessings of animals around or on his Feast day.
Please bring your well-behaved pets, a lawn chair/blanket, and a dish to share for this specially designed, family-friendly service to worship God our Creator, give thanks and bless God’s creatures (especially those who are part of our families), and pray for healing and restoration of God’s good creation.
Registration is required. CLICK HERE to register.Read More
August 14, 21 & 28 @ 9:00 a.m. in the Norwood Room
Join our Rector for an exploration of Expansive/Inclusive Language and the Episcopal Church. Conversations about language are happening everywhere, even in the church. During three sessions in August, we’ll learn more about how St. Paul’s and the Episcopal Church are thinking and making decisions about the language we use during our principal worship services. Our time together will include current materials, as well as discussing our own experiences of worship and language.
August 14 | The following report from the Episcopal Church’s Task Force on Liturgical and Prayer Book Revision will serve as the springboard for our conversation. You may look at the whole document or just focus on pp. 21-24. CLICK HERE to read.Read More
815 E. Grace Street
Join us as we celebrate May 1st and Spring with ice cream sundaes! We will gather in the Atrium following the 10:00 a.m. worship service. All your favorite toppings! Questions or if you would like to help contact Jenny Montgomery or Linda Willis.Read More
In the video below, Rev. Charlie shares about the decision and process to reintroduce wine in communion this Easter Sunday and invites you, your family and friends to join with St. Paul’s in our Holy Week journey and to celebrate Easter. You will find our Holy Week services offer several places for contemplation, reflection and […]Read More
Around this time of year, I like to notice birds . . . soaring. As the weather warms up, I like to imagine the birds, literally, stretching their wings as they ride the warm thermals that keep them afloat. How good it must feel to bend and stretch on the wings of the wind. Whenever […]Read More
815 E. Grace St
Please join us for our third service of Choral Evensong for the season. Evensong is part of the Daily Office, along with Morning Prayer. The Daily Office is derived from the regular services of monastic communities in the early Church. The Choir will be joined by guest organist, Dr. David Kelley from the Church of the Holy Comforter in Vienna, VA. The choir will be presenting the following works: Preces & Responses – Martin Neary, Evening Canticles in E Minor – Leo Sowerby, and The Altar – Roland E. Martin. All are welcome! In-person and live-streamed.
CHORAL EVENSONG | April 3 @ 5:00 p.m. | Service Leaflet