Archive for October, 2019

A Letter from the Rector | Stewardship

Dear Sisters and Brothers in Christ, Starting this Sunday, October 20, our parish enters into a period of discernment about stewardship. Over the next four weeks, I invite you to join me in reflecting upon God’s blessings in your life....

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SPIMS and SPISH

What do the Day of the Dead, air hockey, and fall weather have in common? The youth of St. Paul’s, Ivy, of course! Celebrate the Day of the Dead (All Saints) on Friday, November 1 at the home of Elsie...

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Prayer Bead Workshop | November 9

Make an Anglican rosary for yourself, a friend, or someone in need on Saturday, November 9 from 9:00-11:00am at the Crozet Arts studio of Jerry & Suzie O’Dell. The cost is $25; the studio will provide a wide selection...

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Concert for the 100th Anniversary of Trinity Episcopal, Charlottesville

On Friday, October 25 at 6:30pm, the St. Paul’s, Ivy Adult Choir joins several local church choirs for a 100th Anniversary Concert at Trinity Episcopal Church in Charlottesville. Entitled Songs of Struggle, Justice, and Hope, the concert presents spirituals...

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Evensong for All Saints’ Day

Please join us on Friday, November 1 at 5:30pm for the beautiful service of Evensong led by the Adult and Youth Choirs of St. Paul’s, Ivy. Part of the Daily Office of the Episcopal Church, “Evensong” is sung prayer,...

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Altar Flowers

Altar flowers are needed for November 3, 17, and 24. St. Paul’s, Ivy receives flower arrangements each week from a local florist and gives parishioners the opportunity to take on the cost in exchange for a memoriam. After the...

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Coffee!

Beginning this Sunday, October 13, St. Paul’s will be brewing coffee from local coffee roaster Shenandoah Joe’s! We have upgraded our coffee brewing system to a restaurant-style brewer which will not only be easier to use and clean up,...

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Spiritual Growth Reading for October

Kendall Vanderslice, the recent retreat leader of Food, Feasting, and Faith at Trinity Episcopal Church, offers multiple ways to think about how sharing meals together can build up the community of believers. Vanderslice believes that the practice of gathering...

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