News

The Vestry Welcomes A New Member

We are sad to share the bittersweet news that Lee Owen has stepped down from her service on the vestry as she and her family moved to Richmond in June. Lee was a wonderful vestry member and Junior Warden,...

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Youth Program Update from Audi Barlow

Be on the lookout for a letter mailed last week that includes two forms needing to be completed and returned. This information will be very helpful in planning fall programming. It’s a privilege to be serving our youth and...

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West Virginia Flood Relief

West Virginia Flood Relief: Our neighbors in West Virginia are now mucking out homes and businesses destroyed by flooding. We can help by donating requested items to collection centers in the 3 areas most affected. Requested items include: Garden hoses...

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St. Paul’s Snapshot: Yoga

Start your week on the right (or left) foot and enjoy the benefits of a weekly yoga class in our Parish Hall. Appropriate for all experience levels, class is held Mondays 10:00 – 11: 15 a.m. with a fee of...

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Outreach Backpack Season is Here!

School Supplies are so expensive! The items on the school supply list for an elementary school student can cost over $85–and that doesn’t include a backpack! Won’t you help a local student get a good start this coming school...

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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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Scholarship Program Update

Attached is a thank you letter from our latest scholarship recipient. We hope you have registered your Kroger Plus Card to earn rewards for our Scholarship Program. Go online to start earning cash for the Scholarship Program.  Our organization...

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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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Sunday Teen Program

This year, we will be revamping our Sunday morning programs for middle and high school students. We are integrating our Acolyte, Outreach, and Sunday School experiences, so middle and high school students can get more out of the central...

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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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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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One Vine, Many Voices: Music at St. Paul’s Ivy

St. Paul’s choirs are open to all who love to sing. Could that be you? Our Children’s Choir is growing and we can’t wait to welcome new singers, 1st – 5th grades.  Come see how much fun we’re having with...

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Dinner Groups are Back!

Dinner Groups meet for fellowship at a group member’s house for a potluck supper.  Dinner Groups are a great way to get to know fellow parishioners.  Sign up as a single or a couple.  You will be assigned to...

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Volunteers Needed for Coffee Hour

Please consider hosting Coffee Hour after the 10:30 service. We provide the lemonade mix; you provide the light snack and the friendly and welcoming face. It is a great way to meet and greet all the great folks at...

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Searching for Director of Youth and Family Ministries

St. Paul’s, Ivy Episcopal Church, located in Charlottesville, Virginia is seeking a faithful and enthusiastic individual to serve as Director of Youth and Family Ministries. Our goal is to build a sustainable youth and family ministry and a church...

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