Welcome to St. Paul’s Carroll Street, an historic Anglo Catholic parish in the Episcopal Diocese of Long Island since 1849.
We invite you to have a look around our website. Opportunities exist for families and individuals to worship God or simply spend quiet time in our landmark building, to grow and learn, and to experience the satisfaction that can come by serving the greater good.
Upcoming Events / Announcements
Our Youth thank you for a massive support of their Sock Drive
. Sock’s collected will be taken to CHIPS (Christian Help In Park Slope) food kitchen for distribution to men who live on the streets.
Our Sunday School Students encourage your gifts to their non-perishable food drive. On Three Kings Day, food collected in bins located in the rear of the church will be taken to the Food Closet at First Presbyterian, Brooklyn Heights.
Our annual Book Drive for students in need is receiving gifts of new books to be given to children and youth. Deadline for books is Sunday, December 11. After mass that day all are invited to help wrap and label the gifts for distribution at Red Hook’s Miccio Center. (As an alternative convenience to you, early cash donations may be made, and someone will purchase book(s) for you).
At December 18th’s 11:00 mass
, the Sunday School students help us prepare the Christmas Crèche in a brief liturgy of lessons and carols.
On Christmas Eve, there is an early mass especially for families with little children. At that time they will place the figure of the Christ Child into the Crèche.
At 10:45 p.m. Carols are Sung by all, and the Solemn Mass of Christmas Midnight begins at 11:00 p.m. On Christmas Day, there will be a Low Mass with Carols at 11:00 a.m.
December 3, 8:00 p.m.
, concert at St. Paul’s by Empire City Men’s Chorus. Information and tickets at www.empirecitymenschorus.org
December 8, 7:00 p.m., Evil in Our Day, a forum at All Saints’ Church, 7th Avenue and 7th Street, led by Fr. Steven Paulikas.
December 9, 6:30 p.m., Christmas in the City, a service of Lessons and Carols held by the five congregations of Resurrection Church, (Presbyterian) here at St. Paul’s. All are invited!