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Welcome to St. Paul’s!
Thank you for visiting St. Paul’s Episcopal Church. We hope this website will tell you more about the mission, ministries, programs, fellowship, and worship of our parish. We are excited about what God is doing at St. Paul’s and hope you will join us for worship soon!

St. Paul’s is warm and welcoming and made up of many; we are young and old, singles and families, widows and widowers, active and retired. Some of us are life-long Episcopalians, while many of us came from different faith traditions or had no church background at all.

We’ve all found St. Paul’s to be a place where inclusion is expected and all are welcomed, where beliefs are put into action and where people are encouraged to seek God and progress on their own spiritual journeys.

Next Week at St. Paul’s
The Bulletin Newsletter
Monthly Calendar
Worship Services
Sundays
  7:30am Holy Eucharist Rite I
10:00am Holy Eucharist Rite II (Nursery provided)
Fellowship and Coffee after the 10:00am service

Weekdays
8:00am Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Morning Prayer
5:15pm Thursday, Midweek Eucharist
First Wednesday of the month, Healing Eucharist Rite II

Current Events
 

I wait for the LORD;
my soul waits for him;
in his word is my hope.
Psalm 130:4


VBS
needs your supply donations. Look for a list of needed items in the July Newsletter.

Emailing the Newsletter has been a huge success! Don’t miss an issue-make sure you update the church office with any email address changes.

Salem Area Ecumenical Ministries is providing personal hygiene kits to over 180 students this summer. Requested items for donation include toothbrushes, deodorant, tissues, shampoo, hand sanitizer, sunscreen, toothpaste, combs, lip balm, and soap. Bring items to First United Methodist on West Main Street. Thanks!

SPY will be collecting empty medicine bottles now through Sunday, July 19. We will be taking the labels off of the bottles and donating them to the Malawi Project. The empty bottles are shipped to Africa where they will be given out to patients in the hospital. These bottles help protect the children who aren't used to being around medicine and think the colored pills are candy. There is a box in the Parish Hall for the bottles.

St. Anne’s Day School registration is now open! All currently enrolled students receive priority in class placements, however, classes are filled on a first-come, first served basis as we receive the completed form and fee. See StAnnesRegistration2014.pdf for the registration form.

 
Our Purpose
With God's help, St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Salem, Virginia, will proclaim, by word and example, the good news of God in Christ. We will seek and serve Christ in all persons by maintaining our fitness for ministry, resisting the power of evil, serving those in need, striving for justice and peace, and respecting the dignity of every human being.
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