Upcoming Events
Upcoming Events
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A faith community welcoming and open to all God's people

WHAT'S HAPPENING AT ST. PAUL'S?
The Rev. Thomas’ Last Sunday 
Sunday, May 23 9am and 11am
The Regathering Team along with the Vestry has announced opportunities for  in-person worship and celebratory liturgy in the Occidental parking lot to honor and recognize The Rev. Thomas Skillings on his last Sunday at St. Paul’s — May 23. If you are interested, you must sign up by May 15.
 
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Compline for RSCM 
Thursday, July 15 5:30pm
The Choir of St. Paul’s has been invited to record an online service of Compline from St. Paul’s to close the first evening of the Royal School of Church Music National Virtual Summer Training Course.  

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Choir of St. Paul's Video Hits 1,000 Views!
Restarting In-person Worship
Sing With Us This Fall!
St. Paul’s is excited to share that the Choir of St. Paul’s recording of the hymn “There is a higher throne" has surpassed 1,000 views on YouTube. Congratulations to the Choir on this momentous marker!

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to see St. Paul’s top 10 videos.
As we slowly emerge from the pandemic, here is an update on the plan for in person worship going forward. At St. Paul’s we have tried to be especially cautious about protecting the health of those around us, and this caution has caused us to take things slowly.

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In Fall 2021, the St. Paul’s Choir School embarks on the 15th season of offering first-rate musical training in a nurturing Christian environment for youth in grades K – 12. Carefully following current safety guidelines, youth will rehearse in our big hall and prepare for a July 2022 residency at Wells Cathedral, England.
 
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