Category: Worship

You, Me, and Francis by Rev. Charlie Dupree

Next week, we celebrate the feast of St. Francis who was born and raised in Assisi. He is celebrated for his generosity and compassion to the poor and outcast, but he’s celebrated, also and equally, for his connection to creation.

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Memorial Service for Linda Armstrong

Linda Armstrong’s Memorial Service will be held this Friday, August 13th at 11:00 a.m. at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church. There will be a brief reception after the service with light refreshments in Scott Hall.

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Psalm 121 by Rev. Charlie Dupree

I hope you find meaning and freshness in Norman Fischer’s translation/version of Psalm 121. Norman is a renowned Zen priest, teacher, poet, and former co-abbot of the Zen Center in San Francisco.

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Phased In-Person Regathering for Worship

As we implement our plan for phased regathering, we can accommodate 75 people in person each Sunday at 10:00 a.m. (in addition to the streaming service). Registration is required to reserve your seat. Additionally, following the service, we will offer Holy Communion (bread only) in the church for those who were unable to attend the […]

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The Great Fifty Days by Rev. Charlie Dupree

For this week’s chapel, I’m sharing a lovely piece written by one of our bishops in the Diocese of Virginia. Bishop Taylor writes about the SEASON of Easter, not just the day of Easter (scroll down, below my signature to read). Speaking of Easter Day, thanks to all of the people who helped to make […]

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Stations of the Cross | At Home and At St. Paul’s

Church Open for Prayer and Stations of the Cross Devotion on Good Friday from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. During Holy Week, the church and Memorial Garden will be open and available for socially distanced quiet prayer and silent meditation. You are invited to pray the Stations of the Cross at the altar rail in […]

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