St. Paul's Oceans Vacation Bible School

This eco camp is open to ALL children. We will be exploring God's Oceans and what we can do together to keep our oceans healthy. Read more

Spring Soup Sale!

Frozen soups-to-go will be available for purchase on Saturday, March 10, 2018. A café will also be open to purchase lunch, featuring chili, sandwiches, and more! Buy your books next door at the Library Book Sale, and have lunch with us. Proceeds benefit the Youth Group mission trip to Houston for hurricane relief. Read more

Sunday Shared Service

Sunday Shared Service – All of us, no matter what age or ability, can do small things that make a big difference. This Lent, join your fellow parishioners on Sunday mornings to share in a weekly service project. Not going to be in church one week?  No problem, drop off your contributions from the supply list at any time in the labelled baskets in the Narthex. Read more

Ash Wednesday & Holy Week Worship

Ash Wednesday February 14th 7am, 12noon, 4pm (Children), 7:30pm (with Choir)
Shadow Stations of the Cross March 28th 7:00pm (potluck dinner 6:00pm)
Maundy Thursday March 29th 4pm (Children); 7:30pm Foot washing, Eucharist and Stripping of the Altar
Overnight Prayer Vigil 9pm – 8am Morning Prayer
Good Friday March 30th 4pm (Children); 7:30pm Read more
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Apostle Paul Tuesday Evenings

February 20, 27, March 6, 13; 7:00-8:00pm Is the Apostle Paul an appealing or appalling Apostle?  This 1st Century evangelist, for whom our Church is named, converted Gentiles and Jews into believers in Jesus. His letters, or epistles, are quoted today at weddings, in culture wars over same-sex marriage, and in battles over the role of women.  Join us as we seek to understand the “real” Paul, explore his political and social context and hear what he says to us, today.   Read more

"It's My Turn" Vacation Bible Camp 2018

"It's My Turn" Vacation Bible Camp for children on the autism spectrum (ages 4-14) returns for a second year on August 20 - 24, 2018. Camp hours are 9:am - 12noon, and cost is $50 per camper. Registration forms may be found on-line at
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Epiphany House Blessings 2017

Our homes are places where love is nurtured and grows, and practiced day after day after day. It is the foundation for our spiritual formation and center of Christian practice.  Jesus was known to have visited many homes and offered blessings to those he visited. Epiphany is traditionally the season when we bless homes for the new year and dedicate ourselves, our lives, and our homes to God. If you would like Rev. Mary to offer a blessing at your home, please email her at   Read more

Advent Reflection: Labyrinth

In need of some peace this Advent season? Walk our illuminated Advent Labyrinth. It sits adjacent to Main Street, one of the busiest thoroughfares in Morris County, and serves as a symbol and opportunity to pause and reflect in the darkness this winter. Suggestions for walking the labyrinth are placed at the path's entrance. All are welcome! Read more
image by Jan L. Richardson

Women's Christmas Retreat - "Wise Women Also Came"

There is an Irish custom known as "Women's Christmas," which is celebrated on Epiphany as an opportunity for women to pause and step back from the hurried weeks which lead up to the Christmas holiday. Mark your calendars now, for Saturday, January 6th 10am - 3pm, for a women's retreat, "Wise Women Also Came," as we gather to rest, reflect, and contemplate our own journeys to the Christ child. Please email Rev. Mary if you would like to attend (   Read more

Chatham Community Thanksgiving Service

Come join with Chatham friends and neighbors across all faiths and traditions in a brief and joyous celebration of the many blessings and gifts we share.   Read more