Annunciation Solemn Mass Bulletin

• March 23, 2023

Holy Week and Easter Schedule

• March 22, 2023

APRIL 3rd – MONDAY IN HOLY WEEK 9:00 am – Morning Prayer 5:30pm – Shrine Prayers 5:40pm – Evening Prayer 6pm – Low Mass APRIL 4th – TUESDAY IN HOLY WEEK 9:00 am – Morning Prayer 5:30 pm – Shrine Prayers 5:40 pm – Evening Prayer 6:00 pm – Low Mass APRIL 5th – WEDNESDAY […]

The Annunciation

• March 22, 2023

Friday, March 24th – 6:45pm Solemn Mass   Music: The Music of the Mass: Missa Ecce quam bonam; Hans Leo Hassler (1564-1612) Voluntary: Magnificat primi toni; Dietrich Buxtehude (1637-1707) Hymn 267 (St. George) Psalm 40:6-11: Expectans, expectavi: James Turle (1802-1882) Hymn 264 (Song 34) Offertory Motet: Motet for the Annunciation; Frank Ferko (b. 1950) Communion Motet: Ave Maria, gratia plena; […]

Director of Music

• March 10, 2023

St Paul’s K Street is a downtown Anglo-Catholic parish in the Episcopal Diocese of Washington (EDOW). We seek a full-time Director of Music responsible for all aspects of our parish music ministry.   The Director of Music should excel in organ, choral conducting, and the Anglican choral tradition.  Applicants should appreciate and respect our Anglo-Catholic faith and […]

Lenten Music

• February 24, 2023

Sunday Mornings & Special Services   March 24 (Friday) Quintet only – Solemn High Mass at 6:45 pm – The Annunciation Voluntary: Ave Maria, S. 20: Franz Liszt (1811-1886); arr. A.W. Gottschalg Setting: Missa Ecce quam bonam: Hans Leo Hassler (1564-1612) Psalm 40:6-11: James Turle (1802-1882) Motet for the Annunciation: Frank Ferko (b.1950) Motet: Ave Maria: Giovanni […]

Beating Our Bounds

• February 2, 2023

  As part of the Diocese of Washington’s Tending Our Soil initiative, St. Paul’s parishioners walked around the parish boundaries in November of 2021. Enjoy this short film about that experience and our efforts to connect with our neighborhood!

Why St. Paul’s

• October 20, 2021

Most years, “Pledgetide” sounds and feels familiar, perhaps almost to the point of exhaustion.  Sermons about the widow’s mite and the Parable of the Talents are preached, pleas from the Vestry are made.  The congregation, obligingly or reluctantly (or perhaps both at once) opens their pockets and furnishes the means that will continue for another […]

Why St. Paul’s

• October 18, 2021

It’s March of 2020. Mask mandates are appearing across the country. Rules and advice are changing, sometimes by the hour. We all know that story. But when the edict came down from the Bishop that we were to immediately close our doors, I admit I panicked a little. It had never occurred to me that […]

Adult Faith Formation

• September 28, 2021

Anglo-Catholicism 101: What is the Incarnation? with Seminarian Thomas Alexander   In the Prologue to his Gospel, Saint John famously writes, “and the Word was made flesh and dwelt among us” (1:14). Why would God do such a thing? And just how is this even possible? These two questions lie at the heart of the […]

St. Paul’s Virtual Hymn-Sing

• October 14, 2020

Have you missed congregational singing? Parishioners, family, and friends joined their voices together in our new project, a virtual hymn-sing. Check it out below:

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