Submitted by Mary Jo Oakley on Tue, 05/22/2018 - 1:20pm
On Sunday, June 10, Bishop Beckwith will present the David P. Hegg II Lifetime Achievement Awards during the 22nd Annual Senior Ministries Evensong at 4pm at St. Peter’s Church in Morristown. This year, we are honored to celebrate Rosemary Wright, and the depth and breadth of her contributions to both St. Paul’s and the life of the Diocese of Newark.
Submitted by Mary Davis on Wed, 04/18/2018 - 11:23am
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! Schedule 10:30 am to Noon • Registration • Putting and Chipping • Driving Range • Lockers available 10:45 AM • Group Lesson 11:00 AM • Luncheon Buffet NOON • Shotgun / Scramble Start 5:00 PM • Dinner / Celebration (Non-golfers welcomed!) 2018 Gold Sponsors Friends of Reformation Lutheran Church (West Long Branch) St.
Submitted by Mary Davis on Thu, 01/18/2018 - 1:33pm
With the help of talented and energetic leadership from Cross Roads Camp and Conference Center Day Camp (http://crossroadsretreat.com/day-camp/) "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 to the right on this page under Resources;. Either print it off, fill it in and send it to St.
Submitted by Mary Jo Oakley on Wed, 10/26/2016 - 4:34pm
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.
Submitted by Amy Mason on Wed, 06/17/2015 - 11:37am
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.