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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.

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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

This Saturday, October 18, is St. Paul’s Women’s Retreat. Please join us as we fellowship and renew together as sisters in Christ. Registration is $10. Forms are available in the church office or here.

The new Rector’s Forum
began last week. Each week, we will gather in St. Margaret’s Chapel in the Post House at 8:45am. From 9-9:30am, the Rector will discuss a variety of topics. They will be inspired by the season, lectionary, events, and other happenings. On occasion, guests and the other clergy will also speak. Please join us!

Sunday the 19th is the UTO Fall Ingathering. If you forgot your Blue Box, you may still bring it to the church office this week. Thank you for your offerings and your prayers.


Monday, the 20th, is the deadline for the November Bulletin Newsletter.

The Guild of Martha and Mary will meet at 9:30 am, this Wednesday, October 22, at the home of Judy Phillips. The program will be Terrorism Today presented by The Very Reverend Robert E. Brodie. Come and learn about what is happening in our world today.

 

Guild II meets Monday, at 11am in the Choir Room. TheVery Reverend Robert E. Brodie will tell of his work as Chaplain for the FBI.

 

If you are interested in being nominated for the Vestry, please contact the church office.

 

All Saints Sunday is November 2. If you have lost a loved one this year and would like him/her remembered in our worship, please contact Kathy in the church office.

St. Anne’s needs snacks! Please continue to support St. Anne’s with your snack donations. A list of suggested snacks is available on the St. Paul’s website. The school year has only just begun, and we have hungry mouths to feed for many months to come! Please consider donating one of the following items:

Cheerios cereal - Honey nut, apple cinnamon
Chex cereal
Pretzels (Utz or Kroger brands)
Pringles
Cheez-It crackers (or Kroger brand)
Goldfish crackers
Keebler Club crackers
Graham crackers (Keebler or Kroger brands
Ritz crackers
Napkins

At any time during the year we would enthusiastically receive fresh fruit or vegetables! Donations can be brought to the Church Office or dropped off in the Parish Hall. Your support is greatly appreciated.

 
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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