Category: News

Shrove Tuesday Pancake Supper | March 1

Yes, you read that right! In recent years we’ve held this annual youth fundraiser event on the Sunday before Ash Wednesday, but this year we are offering this well-loved event on the traditional date. Our youth will decorate the parish hall and serve as busers, hostesses, servers etc. This is always one of the youth […]

Shrine Mont Summer Camps Registration

Every year several children from our parish attends a summer camp session at the beautiful and unique Shrine Mont. For more information, contact audi@stpaulsivy.org “The Diocese of Virginia’s summer camp program at Shrine Mont exists to promote the emotional and spiritual development of children, youth, and young adults through the fostering of a safe and […]

Youth Confirmation Classes Begin January 16

Our 2022 Youth Confirmation classes begin this Sunday at 9:15am in Neve Hall! Over the course of six sessions, our youth will be offered the opportunity to explore our Christian faith in conversations with Father Justin and Audi Barlow. The group will also use the book My Faith, My Life by Jenifer Gamber, and a […]

Continuing the Conversation | A New Sunday Formation Offering

Beginning Sunday, January 9 at 9:30 AM, all are invited to join the day’s preacher in the Parish Hall for a discussion of the lectionary readings for the day. Questions about the readings? Wondering why the preacher said that? Bring your questions, comments, and wonderings for coffee and conversation! Sign up to host by making […]

Show Your SPIvy Spirit!

A big thank you goes out this week to parishioner Cindy Hargroves, who has been working hard to prepare an online SPIvy Spirit Shop with local retailer, Rivanna Gear & Apparel. A wide variety of apparel items are available to order now, with the St. Paul’s, Ivy logo printed and embroidered, in an array of […]

Indoor Worship | January 2022

When we gather together on Sundays to worship God, we nourish our souls through Word and Sacrament. According to our Catechism (found in the back of the Book of Common Prayer), “The mission of the Church is to restore all people to unity with God and each other in Christ,” and the Church pursues this […]

Giving for 2022

How should we look at the things in our life? Should we regard them as entitlements, or as gifts? St. Paul, our patron saint, gives us the answer: “What do you have that you did not? And if you have received it, why do you boast as if it were not a gift (1 Cor. […]

St. Paul’s and CASA

St. Paul’s, Ivy is excited to announce a new partnership this fall with Piedmont CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) to establish a closet for families entering foster care. The Piedmont Family Care Closet, which is located in the lower level of St. Paul’s, will assist families with supplies to make a child’s transfer into foster care […]