Join Eleanor and Mary Larkin Buchanan in a book donation drive for immigrant and low-income families at Friendship Court in Charlottesville. Families with children and youth are encouraged to donate new or gently-used books suitable for children, middle-schoolers, and young adults. Books will be collected at in-person youth gatherings on October 18 and November 1. […]
Beginning Sunday, November 1, All Saints’ Sunday, we plan to offer drive-in Eucharist services at St. Paul’s. Audio will be transmitted through an FM radio station so parishioners may listen to services in the safety of their cars. These services will be recorded and will replace pre-recorded Morning Prayer. Stay tuned for more details!
For our October 21 food pantry, we ask for donations during the Sunday evening service, as well as next Sunday, October 18 from 1-4pm. Honey wheat bread from Great Harvest will be donated to Pantry recipients this month, and will be blessed by our clergy before distribution. We are grateful for a collaborative partnership with […]
First Mondays beginning October 5 | 7:30 – 8:15pm Join Fr. Rick Lord on the first Monday evening of the month for reflections on the practice of contemplation with reflection on scripture, music, and the sacred writings of various authors ancient and modern. Then close the day in the practice of prayer with the service […]
We are excited to announce a new fundraising venture to benefit the PACEM women’s shelter. Available for purchase beginning today, PACEM has a 2021 calendar featuring the photography of native birds in Albemarle County. The intention is to use all of the profits from this calendar to continue funding case management and specialized programming for […]
Due to recent changes in Zoom security measures, our Monday – Friday worship services of Morning Prayer and Compline now require the passcode 434. These short prayer services are offered at 9am and 8pm, and all are invited!
New to our collection are two novels by Marilynne Robinson, Gilead (winner of the Pulitzer Prize) and Lila. Both books offer intimate storytelling spanning generations, focusing on themes of identity, family, and worldview. Also recently added is the Oscar-winning film Green Book, which centers on a black pianist and his driver as they travel to […]
St. Paul’s, Ivy student Liliah Barber is once again collecting Halloween costumes for children in need, including children of families who receive assistance from the St. Paul’s Food Pantry. Used or new costumes are accepted, with sizes ranging from preschool to size 12. Cash donations are also appreciated. This year, cash donors are asked to […]