What is Kairos?
Kairos is the Greek word for sacred time and special encounters with God when we are presented with opportunities to grow in our love of God and neighbor. At St. Paul’s, Ivy, we invite you to join us for Kairos on Sunday mornings between 9:15 and 10:15 a.m. During Kairos, people of all ages come together to encounter God through learning, serving, and community.
Grow in your knowledge and love of God through our Kairos learning opportunities for all ages:
There are many ways to serve during Kairos. Our worship guilds gather during Kairos to prepare the church for the next worship service, and our Continental Breakfast hosts put together a welcoming spread of food and coffee for our fellowship time. Find out more about serving with these groups here:
Community and fellowship are the heart of Kairos experiences at St. Paul’s, Ivy. Join the whole parish family in the Parish Hall each Sunday at 9:15 a.m. for Continental Breakfast for all ages, where you can catch up with old friends, make new ones, and welcome others into the St. Paul’s, Ivy family.
Kairos: Sunday, March 3
Join us Sundays from 9:15–10:15 a.m. for Kairos:
• Continental Breakfast, Parish Hall
• Children’s Formation, Lower Level
• Confirmation Class, Parish Library
• Middle School Formation, Neve Hall
• High School Formation joins the Rector’s Forum, Parish Hall
• The Rector’s Forum, Parish Hall, Let’s Talk About Elections, with Kenneth Stroupe, Associate Director and Chief of Staff at the UVA Center for Politics
• Altar Guild, Vergers, Ushers, and Red Door Greeters, Sanctuary
• Choir Practice, Choir Loft