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Breaking Bread with the Bishop

On March 19, come meet, greet, and eat with Bishop Carlye in the Parish Hall along with other local congregations from the Diocese of Newark. Light dinner served at 6:30pm, program from 7-9pm. Read more

Mission Trip Fundraiser "The Art of Rebuilding"

Art donated by parishioners and local artists will be on view and for sale during this event held to fund our Youth Mission Trip to North Carolina this summer to rebuild hurricane-damaged homes. Saturday, March 23rd from 4-7pm at Scooch A Mi Boutique, 17 N. Passaic Ave., Chatham, NJ Read more

Pajama Day

On Sunday, December 30th, sleep a little later and join us for worship (10am worship only; no 8am service) in your pajama’s (or other comfy clothes)! The service will include a litany of blessing for the New Year, and we will collect donations of new pajamas Read more

Epiphany House Blessings

Our homes are places where love is nurtured, 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. Read more

What's YOUR Word for 2019?

“For last year’s words belong to last year’s language and next year’s words await another voice.” T.S. Eliot
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"Learning to Walk in the Dark"

As the days grow short and dark, we are not left without hope. Join us Sundays December 9 and December 23 at 11:30am in the Vestry library as we walk with author Barbara Brown Taylor (“Learning to Walk in the Dark”) through her journey to find God in the darkness.  Read more

Visitation from the Advent Angel

Advent is a time of preparation for the birth of Jesus. Angels are the traditional messengers of this  joyful news. Our very own Advent Angel has arrived at St. Paul’s. Read more

3rd Annual Women's Christmas

3rd Annual Women’s Christmas! Join us for this Celtic tradition of celebration, January 5, 2019 10am – 3pm   Read more

Coming December 2 - Consecration Sunday

Congregations that approach financial stewardship from a biblical perspective do not view the money Christians give merely as a way to pay bills. Rather, such congregations see financial contributions as a way to help people grow spiritually in their relationship with God by supporting their church’s mission and ministry with a percentage of their incomes.  Instead of treating people like members of a social club who pay dues, we, the people of St. Paul’s, are followers of Christ who give unselfishly as an act of faithful discipleship.    Read more

It's Halloween at St. Paul's!

Friday October 26th from 7-9p Join us for an all-ages costume parade, pumpkin carving stations, and a haunted gingerbread building contest! Read more

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