This Sunday: April 29, 2018 (The Fifth Sunday of Easter)

The Fifth Sunday of Easter

Solemn High Mass: 11:00 AM

Sunday’s Appointed Readings and Homily

The First Reading—Acts 8:26-40
Psalm 30
Epistle—1 John 4:7-21
The Gospel—John 15:1-8
Sermon—Fr. Wallace


Prelude:  Après Un Rêve—Gabriel Fauré, arr. Diane Bish
Entrance Hymn:   “The day of resurrection,” Ellacombe, Hymnal #210
Offertory Anthem:  If ye […]


Thanks to the herculean efforts of Michael Eckblad and his team, we now have complete wifi coverage over all of the church property.  This project which was approved by the vestry before Christmas last year, and the team spent many hours on several consecutive Saturdays over the winter months in cramped, cold and dirty places, […]


The Sunday School kids will be doing their annual letter writing campaign over the next few weeks.  The kids will write letters to anyone who might want to receive a little note in the mail to brighten their day.  Maybe you know someone who is sick, or feeling a little lonely, or who would just […]


The Sunday School children are excited to announce that St. Paul’s successfully raised $126 dollars from the lemonade/iced tea stand for St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital! Thank you to everyone for your support and donations for this wonderful cause!

This Sunday at St. Paul’s

April 22, The Third Sunday of Easter

Solemn High Mass: 11:00 AM
Sunday’s Appointed Readings and Sermon

The First Reading—Acts 3:12-10
Psalm 4
The Epistle—1 John 3:1-7
The Gospel— Luke 24:36b-48
Sermon—Fr. Wallace


Prelude:  Aria—David Ashley White
Entrance Hymn and Asperges, “Awake, arise, lift your voice,” Hymnal, #212
Offertory Hymn: “Now the […]

Guest Preacher, Sunday, April 22: Canon Claire Woodley

We are honored to welcome the Rev’d Claire Woodley, Canon for Ministry Support for the Episcopal Diocese of Long Island, as our guest preacher next Sunday, April 22.  She will be guiding St. Paul’s through its search process. Please give her a proper St. Paul’s welcome.

236 and 238 PRESIDENT STREET ARE SAVED! (for now at least)


We are happy to announce that the historic buildings at 236 and 238 President Street have been “calendared” by the Landmarks Preservation Commission which means that the issue of landmarking these buildings has been added to the LPC’s calendar for discussion.  In the meantime, the buildings cannot be demolished. Many thanks to everyone from the […]