All Services Indoors Starting November 28

In response to this week’s decision by the CDC to approve COVID-19 vaccinations for children ages 5-11, we are excited to announce that on Sunday, November 28th, the First Sunday of Advent, we will return to our pattern of indoor worship at all three Sunday services! We encourage parents of children ages 5-11 to schedule […]

Holiday Outreach Coming Soon

Coming Soon: Christmas Angel Sign Ups This year you also have the opportunity to spread Christmas joy to a local family by signing up to be a Christmas Angel. Christmas Angels choose a child or family to support by purchasing items on the child’s wishlist and bringing them back to church to be distributed to […]

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. […]

Sunday Fellowship Returns!

Outdoor Fellowship | Sundays at 11:45am Hosts are needed for Outdoor Fellowship hour throughout the fall. Set up is simple, and instructions are provided; hosts provide simple snacks. Click here to sign up to host Outdoor Fellowship time. Continental Breakfast | Sundays at 9:30am We are looking forward to gathering once again in our Parish Hall […]

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 […]

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 […]