Spiritual Growth Reading | April

Franciscan Priest and author Murray Bodo offers a study of the life of St. Francis in his 2018 book Surrounded by Love: Seven Teachings from St. Francis. Focusing on the way of love that Francis exemplified in his relationships with nature and his fellow man, as well as his transformation into a joyful servant of God, […]

Living Your Faith Classes | Beginning April 14

What does it mean to live as a Christian here in the community of St. Paul’s? How do we connect our faith in God to the routine of our daily lives? What does it mean to call ourselves Episcopalians? Please join us as we explore these questions and more in our adult formation class, Living […]

Women’s Group: New Series Begins April 13

Join the St. Paul’s Women’s group for a discussion of Anne Lamott’s new book, Dusk, Night, Dawn: On Revival and Courage on Tuesday, April 13 at 7pm on Zoom. In Dusk, Night, Dawn, Lamott explores the thorny issues of life and faith by breaking them down into manageable, human-sized questions for readers to ponder, in the process showing us how […]

Food Pantry Volunteer Opportunity

The Food Pantry asks for volunteers to pack the bags of household supplies each month. Pantry volunteers can pack any time between the second and third Wednesday of the month (e.g. between February 10 and 17; March 10 and 17, etc.), and may commit to packing monthly or every other month. Volunteer by yourself or with a […]

Children’s Activity Bags Available During Drive-In Church

We are not able to hold Children’s Chapel until further notice from our Bishop. Although this saddens me deeply, I’m hopeful many families will continue attending our unique drive-in service with their children. To assist in making this a fun experience, activity bags will be provided each Sunday for children to enjoy in the comfort […]

Annual Giving 2021

Annual Giving Brochure Click here for a printable version of the pledge card. Or, simply fill out the form below and click “SUBMIT.” Thank you for your generosity! In response to God’s love and as a concrete expression of my faith in and commitment to Christ and to the life-changing ministry of St. Paul’s Episcopal […]

Racial Justice and Healing Resources

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 […]

Additional Resources and Links

• The Diocese of Virginia is constantly updating its website with communications from the Bishop and other relevant information. • Sunday readings are available here. • The Book of Common Prayer is available online. • Need an online Bible? There’s a searchable, user-friendly one here. • Our Presiding Bishop posted this video message for the […]