Diocese of Newark

Cross Roads Camp "Bishops' Cup" Golf Outing

Grab your foursome and join us on Monday June 11, 2018. Winning team takes home The Bishops’ Cup!
Funds raised enable children to experience God through camp!

"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 www.stpaulschatham.org
If you would like to volunteer, please contact Rev. Mary Davis: rector@stpaulschatham.org for training dates;
Questions? Call (973) 635-8085.

North Porch Christmas Giving

Saturday, December 9 to Friday, December 29

Once more there is a North Porch Christmas Giving Tree in the church vestibule. Please take an ornament and return the gift unwrapped by Christmas Eve. North Porch, a Women's and Infants Center, is a ministry of the Diocese of Newark that provides emergency service, through referral, for women and children between the ages of birth and 4 years. They dispense diapers, toiletries, baby food, formula and some clothing. All requests are desperately needed.

Newark Shared Ministry - "All the Way Up!"

Enjoy Diocesan Convention's Mission Minute: Standing with our forgotten neighbors," which includes a piece about "All the Way Up! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HDtwEDRmYiM

The Newark Shared Ministry, which includes St. Paul’s, Christ Church Short Hills, House of Prayer Newark, The Diocese of Newark, Apostle’s House, and General Theological Seminary, has officially launched “All the Way Up!”, a tutoring center for young adults in Newark who want to pursue their High School Equivalency degree.

Social Media Sunday

Sunday, October 25
#Episcopal #SMS15

This Sunday, October 25, tweet lines from scripture or the sermon, post photos of your pew-mates on Facebook or Instagram, or record the joy of hymn-singing. It’s one way to let the world know what’s important in your life. #SMS15.

Newark Shared Ministry

House of Prayer

As Christians, we are called to love our neighbors wholly. At St. Paul’s, we are committed to loving our neighbors in the immediate area, in the diocese and in the wider church. Our Diocese includes the city of Newark, an area where homelessness and poverty abound. Many churches in Newark do not have the financial resources to do the ministry so desperately needed there. In 2014, several churches from the Episcopal Diocese of Newark began praying and thinking about how they can best serve the people of Newark, where homelessness and poverty abound.

Episcopal General Convention Information Sessions

The Rev. Mary E. Davis

All are invited to attend two informal information/discussion sessions with topics from The Episcopal Church's General Convention (June 25 - July 3, 2015).  General Convention takes place every 3 years, and this year, the Bishops and House of Deputies will elect a new Presiding Bishop for The Episcopal Church.  Please join Rhian Jeong and Rev. Mary for a discussion after worship on Sunday, June 28th and Sunday, July 5th (in the Vestry Library at 11:15am- 12noon), and learn more about church structure, politics, the election process and more! 


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