Liturgical Ministries Training

Rescheduled for October 21

We will have a training day for all current and prospective lay readers, chalice bearers, ushers, and greeters.  The training sessions will take place in church and are scheduled as follows:

Lay Readers –  9 to 10 am 

Chalice Bearers –

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Family Promise Hosting Week

August 27 – September 3

This week, St. Paul’s will welcome three families to spend the week here at St. Paul’s. Thank you to our many wonderful volunteers who helped with set-up, take down, dinners, social hosting, and laundry. 

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Episcopal Charities Sunday

September 2 and 3
Taylor Kilpatrick, guest speaker

With funds from the Diocesan Budget, Endowments and Individual gifts, Episcopal Charities, our partner in grace, transforms the lives of thousands each month. At St. Paul’s we have been blessed to receive a grant for our Paul’s Place After School Program and we are grateful!

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Youth Choir at St. Paul’s

Thursdays, 4:30-6pm beginning Sept. 7
This Royal School of Church Music-affiliated choir will sing throughout the church year, including for our annual Lessons & Carols service. For more information, contact Dr. Paul Cienniwa (drpaul@stpaulsdelray.org, 561-578-6003) or sign up online at http://stpaulsdelray.org/youth-choir.

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Newcomer Brunch

Sunday, September 10
If you have been attending St. Paul’s for less than a year and have not attended a Newcomer’s Brunch, we hope you will!  Brunch will be held following the 10am service and will begin with a guided tour of the campus.  Clergy and members of the Vestry will be on hand to answer any questions you may have and to get better acquainted. 

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The Delray Community Choir

Sunday, August 27 at 6pm
The choir will perform a concert of Gospel music here at St. Paul’s. Tickets are $15 and are available at the door to benefit the Thowana Kemp Scholarship Fund. 

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Rector’s Bible 8.25.17

Did you know that 22.5% of children in Palm Beach County are food insecure?  That means that 60,340 children go to bed hungry in our community.  Did you know that 14.7% of all people in our county are food insecure?  That means that 199,460 people in our community do not know where they will get their next meal. 

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Feeding People: CROS Ministries Sunday

Plan to join us after the 10am service on Sunday to sort and pack the food that is donated this weekend for CROS Ministries!  

Gibbie Nauman, Director of Development and Community Relations at CROS will join us after the 10am service to answer any questions about the work of CROS in our community and describe the End Hunger Walk on October 7.

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Annual Labor Day BBQ Chicken

Sunday, September 3
The Brotherhood of St. Andrew will be cooking our annual Labor Day BBQ Chicken dinner.  New to the traditional offering of one-half chicken and three bean salad, we will be serving Ron Backer’s homemade baked beans.  Proceeds from this event go to funding St.

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Rector’s Blog 8.18.17

At a time when white supremacists are still assembling to foment hate and division, when terrorists who have perverted the message of Islam are still perpetrating death and destruction, advocating tolerance seems like a necessary starting place for restoring respect and civility to the public square. But how do we,

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