Wednesdays, 6:30 pm in Dining Hall | October 2 – 30
This series focuses on the heart of our Christian faith. Each week, guest speakers will explore various topics including the Trinity, Evangelism for Anglicans, and the Incarnation.
Featured speakers include:
– Fr. Richard Wall, St. Paul’s Rector
– Dr. Ryan N. Danker, Associate Professor of Church History and Methodist Studies, Wesley
– Rev. Dr. Anna Petrin, Assistant Professor of Worship, Wesley Theological Seminary
– Rev. Dr. Robert Prichard, Arthur Lee Kinsolving Professor Emeritus of Christianity in America and
Instructor in Liturgy, Virginia Theological Seminary
– Rev. Dr. Winfield Bevins, Director of the Church Planting Initiative, Asbury Theological Seminary
Sunday, 10:15 am in Rector’s Office | October 27
“Addiction: A Family Disease” with Rev. Dr. Stuart Hoke
10:15 am – Rector’s Forum (Fr. Wall’s office)
This forum will cover addictive illness and recovery, including the spiritual dynamics at play within the family and the ways recovery can help those who are afflicted.
In 2008, Rev. Dr. Stuart Hoke retired from Trinity Wall Street and St. Paul’s Chapel at Ground Zero. He is currently a volunteer priest associate at Trinity Episcopal Cathedral in Little Rock. He holds divinity degrees from Episcopal Divinity School and General Theological Seminary along with 30 years of experience leading conferences and retreats on recovery throughout the Episcopal Church.
Sundays, 10:30 m in Undercrfot Room | Resumes November 3 – December 22
This group will read Hebrews for Everyone by Bp. N.T. Wright. All are welcome to join! Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Mondays, 7:30 pm in Guild Room/Library
This is self-led group meets Mondays at 7:00pm to explore books on spiritual growth in depth. Bring your own supper and join us! For more information, contact Ed Loucks, email@example.com.
Tuesdays, 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm in Dining Hall
Carpe Deum is the St. Paul’s community and ministry for young adults, primarily in their 20s and 30s, but open to all. Carpe Deum gathers for Bible Study Tuesday evenings and has other opportunities for service and fellowship throughout the year. This group is excited to begin reading Seeking God: The Way of St. Benedict by Esther De Waal.
For more information, contact Rachel Harber, firstname.lastname@example.org.
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1st Tuesday each month in Atrium, 10:00-11:30am
Tuesday Morning Fellowship meets on the first Tuesday of each month, from 10:00-11:30am in the Atrium, after Morning Prayer at 9:15am and Mass at 9:30am. Coffee, tea and snacks are served. There is no planned program—just come, visit with one another, and enjoy fun, food, and fellowship!
Children are welcome at all services, but if you prefer, our staffed Nursery is available for children through age 5 every Sunday from 8:30am to 1:30pm The Nursery is on the first floor through the Atrium, near the restrooms.
A formation program for ages 18 months-12 years. This rich, inviting program is rooted in the Montessori approach to education. Children are invited to deepen their relationship with God at their own pace, working with scripture, prayer, and beautiful handmade materials. St. Paul’s atria are on the lower level of the parish hall. Please contact Allison Winter, email@example.com for more details.
Children 18 months – 3 years old and their caregivers work alongside a trusted guide in the peaceful, joyful environment of our specially-designed toddler room. Contact Allison Winter, firstname.lastname@example.org for registration.
More useful information for CGS parents can be found at www.cgsusa.org/parentresources.aspx.
Our choristers come from a variety of backgrounds to make beautiful music in transcendent worship. The program offers free, multi-faceted learning in music, teamwork, leadership, and development of character and intellect for boys and girls from 7-18 years old. Click HERE for more information.