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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!

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Select St. Paul's as your charity of choice

From now on, anyone who selects St. Paul's as their charity of choice will contribute money to the church - simply by shopping at Amazon Smile.

Construction photo album

Under Construction: Please Pardon our Dust!

Thank you for your patience and flexibility as we undergo construction and live into The Heart of St. Paul's: Faith without Limits project. 

Weekly Happenings at St. Paul's

Rev. Mary's Birthday Video

Did you miss Mary's birthday celebration on June 5? Or maybe you just want to watch the movie once or twice (or more) again? Here it is, "50 reasons we love Mary"? Thanks to Simon Mason for putting it all together!   https://www.facebook.com/stpaulschatham/videos/955222911241634/

Masters of Hawaiian Music: George Kahumoku Jr, Ledward Kaapana, Jeff Peterson

We are delighted to announce the return of Hawaiian music to St. Paul's. On Wednesday, March 2nd at 7pm three Hawaiian slack key guitar masters bring Hawaiʻi's unique folk styles, with origins in the early 19th century Hawaiian paniolo (cowboy) culture, to Chatham, NJ. The show features: Four-time Grammy-winner GEORGE KAHUMOKU JR, National Heritage Fellow LEDWARD KAAPANA, and Guitar virtuoso JEFF PETERSON. All proceeds will benefit programs and outreach at St. Paul's Episcopal Church.  To purchase tickets: http://hawaiian.brownpapertickets.com

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.

Turn the Towns Teal

Tuesday, September 1 to Wednesday, September 30
Turn the Towns Teal

September is National Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month, when we "Turn the Towns Teal" in an awareness campaign started by St. Paul's own Gail MacNeil. The campaign has grown and is now active in all 50 states. For more information about the symptoms of ovarian cancer, please see www.turnthetownsteal.org.

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