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Registration for EfM (Education for Ministry)

If you would like to participate in a supportive group while exploring the Hebrew Bible, New Testament, church history, and theology, then EfM is for you! The curriculum is provided by the University of the South School of Theology...

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Parking Lot Update

While we hoped to have the parking lot work completed by now, we have run into some unanticipated conditions that have altered that timeline a bit.  The recent Noah’s Ark-like rainfall resulted, as you know, in flooding of the...

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Note: Bridge Closure on Route 250

Community Reminder:  The bridge on Route 250 in Ivy will close Friday, July 13th. Please check this link for more information from VDOT.



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Help AIM Help Neighbors in Need

The Alliance for Interfaith Ministries (AIM) is looking for donations of supplies. Will you help? If you are able to donate any of these items, please contact AIM at 434-972-1704.  You can also make contributions on their website.  To learn...

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Restocking the Parish Kitchen – Will You Help?

Have you noticed that we lack plates, bowls, serving platters, and utensils for our fellowship events? Our parish hall kitchen needs restocking and we need your help. In the next week, St. Paul’s will create a registry at Bed...

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St. Paul’s and Mt. Calvary Joint Service and Picnic

Please be sure and put Sunday, July 29, on your calendar to attend the joint service and picnic between St. Paul’s, Ivy and our neighboring church friends at Mt. Calvary Church. Our two churches will worship together during our...

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Friends with Flowers Signup Is Now Online!

Friends with Flowers needs you! These are the parishioners who deliver altar flowers to those who are home bound, have experienced a recent loss, are celebrating a significant event, or are ill. We have very few parishioners volunteering in...

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Summer Choir: Music from Iona

Sundays, 9:45 a.m., in the church Begins June 10 Summer Choir continues in July. This year’s summer choir repertoire features songs from the Iona Community, which are fun, flexible, and meaningful for singers from beginner to advanced. They are simple enough...

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Printable Church Calendar for July 15 – July 21, 2018

Try our printable weekly calendar! Updated every Friday, this colorful refrigerator-friendly sheet lists all church events for the coming week but has plenty of room for dentist appointments, soccer games and teacher meetings.

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From the Rector Search Committee

Wednesday, July 4, 2018 The Search Committee has narrowed the field to three final candidates at this point. One site visit has occurred and observation of the other two will occur this month. We will be hosting candidates in town...

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Coffee Hour

Coffee Hour after the 10:30 Service on Sundays is an important part of the fellowship at St. Paul’s, Ivy. We view it as an extension of Christ’s hospitality which we experience in the Eucharist each week. Coffee Hour provides...

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Suggested Reading: Walking on Water

The author of more than 50 books for all ages, Madeleine L’Engle shares her views on the artist’s role and the how to nurture the imagination in her Reflections on Faith & Art in Walking on Water. L’Engle explains...

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Summer in Our Children’s Library

Summer time is the perfect time for both parents and children to catch up on their reading. Many of you are already enthusiastic visitors to our wonderful JMRL branches, but don’t forget about the incredible selection of books for...

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School Supplies for Outreach Children

SCHOOL SUPPLIES MINISTRY 2018 Backpacks Due Sunday, July 29 Assembly Day Saturday, August 4 Distribution Day Wednesday, August 15 Empty backpacks are available with a list of supplies in each backpack. After you have filled a backpack please returned it to church or...

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Wednesday Eucharist on Hiatus for Summer

The mid-week Eucharist (noon on Wednesdays) will be on hiatus for June, July, and August.   The mid-week Eucharist resumes in September on Wednesdays at 9:30 am.

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