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Fall Book Study Coming

The Rev. Sarah will lead a book study on The Church Enslaved, by Tony Campolo and Michael Battle Wednesdays at 7:00 p.m. in the Parish Hall September 14 – October 19 Childcare available upon request. For more information or the arrange for childcare...

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The Children’s Choir is Looking for Singers

Children’s Choir meets Wednesdays 3:45 – 4:45 p.m. All children 1st – 5th grade are welcome!

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Dinner Groups Signup Here!

Annual Fall Picnic – SUPERSIZED – on September 18

Save the Date! Sunday, September 18, 2016 11:30 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. St. Paul’s Ivy Annual Fall Picnic – Supersized! A Special Celebration of Life Together Bounce houses and games for kids! Kirklea cocktails and tours for adults! Last Names A – K...

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Children and Youth Formation Registration

In order to better serve you, at the start of the new school year we ask that you please use our on-line registration form so that we can communicate about Sunday morning formation classes and other program offerings. To register your children & youth, click here...

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The Rector’s Wednesday Bible Study Begins September 14

The Rector’s Bible is a weekly opportunity to study the Bible in a safe and relaxed format. We gather most Wednesday’s, following the 9:30 a.m. Eucharist, in the Parish Hall to read through and discuss important books of the Bible that...

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You Are Invited! Cookout August 31 at 6:00 p.m.

Please Join Us for the Annual End-of-Summer Men’s Group Cook-out Wednesday, August 31 at 6:00 PM Along with the St. Paul’s Adult Choir, we are celebrating the end of summer and the return of choral music to our Sunday services. Sign up...

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We Need You! To Host Continental Breakfast and Coffee Hour

A Continental Breakfast and coffee are provided in the parish hall during the church school year between the end of the 8:30 a.m. service and the Adult Forum presentation. This is an excellent time to mingle with fellow parishioners for...

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EfM in 2016-2017

Do you wonder about deepening your relationship with God?  Would you like to be in a small group where discussion of spiritual questions is open and encouraged?  Consider making a commitment to join the EfM group at St. Paul’s,...

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Children’s Chapel Program This Fall

This fall we are unveiling a new approach to what we call “Treasure Time.” During the 10:30 a.m. service children above the age of three and all ages of youth will be invited to come forward for a blessing...

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Be a Pantry Produce Friend!

Is your garden overflowing? Do you have a neighbor who has a garden that is overflowing? Would you mind shopping for extra produce and donating it to the food pantry? If so, please consider signing up to deliver produce...

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St. Paul’s Snapshot: The Carpenter’s Kids in Nzali

The Carpenter’s Kids is a program that supports the education of AIDS orphans and other vulnerable children in Tanzania. Nzali is the African village where the 74 children and families live that are helped by St. Paul’s Ivy. These...

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Teachers Wanted!

Top 10 Reasons You Should Volunteer in Children’s Formation It’s good for your heart! You get to know the children in our congregation. We provide the curriculum and supplies for you. You’ll FINALLY learn some of those Bible stories you don’t want to...

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Children’s Library to Host Local Authors

The Children’s Library is pleased to host two local guest authors this fall. They will provide readings of their books as well as have copies available for purchase and personalizing. Our last local author was such a tremendous success...

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Printable Church Calendar for August 28 – September 3, 2016

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. Click here to download the PDF. This calendar...

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