The Confirmation Class invites the entire parish to a Mother's Day Baby Shower, on Sunday May 11th, to benefit the mothers and babies of North Porch Women and Infant Center. North Porch fills the gap in emergency situations, when needy families are displaced or have shortfalls in their budgets by providing diapers, formula, baby food and toilet Read more
Area children (ages 4-12) are invited to learn about NJ this June/July at Splash! Science Day Camp, a four-day camp initiative sponsored by St. Paul’s Episcopal Church. Campers will gather in St. Paul’s parish hall at 9 AM from Monday June 30 through Thursday July 3 for the day’s explorations. Read more
Join us on Tuesday evening, April 8th at 7pm - at the Chatham Township Rescue Squad Building, 45 Spring Street - as we discuss the final chapter (Ch. 13) of Sara Miles' book, "City of God." Parking is available in the gravel lot across the street from the Rescue Squad building or on the street. All are welcome!
All are invited, and welcome to join us as we continue our reflection on Sara Miles' book "City of God." Tuesday, April 1st, we will gather in the Chatham Library Meeting Room at 7pm to discuss chapters 10-12.
On Tuesday, March 25th, our "City of God" (by Sara Miles) Lenten group will meet at 7pm @Juniper Village, 500 Southern Blvd., Chatham Township - in the "Bistro Room." Hot coffee (regular and decaf) and tea will be served. Please bring a plate of cookies or brownies to share. This "City of God" seris is about being out in our neighborhood, and Read more
MARK YOUR CALENDARS NOW: All 8th-12th graders are invited to spend a day exploring the "Sacred Life of Bees," on Saturday, May 31st in Cochecton NY. We will learn about bee colonies, community, leadership, and honey in a day-long retreat, led by Rev. Bernie Poppe, Rector of St. George's Episcopal Church(Maplewood). Read more
Pretzels are a traditional Lenten food. When early Christians would pray, they crossed their arms to touch each shoulder with the opposite hand. They also fasted, making bread with only water, flour, and salt. A monk shaped dough in the form of praying arms for children and the pretzel was born. Sunday, March 16th, the Sunday School classes Read more