“Tell me what it is which makes us feel like we’re together, even when we’re apart.”
(Lyrics from the Italian tune, Grazie Roma, quoted in last Sunday’s sermon.)
Dear People of St. Paul’s,
In response to the CDC guidelines for the coronavirus, our diocesan bishop wrote “after much consultation and prayer … I have decided to direct every congregation to move all worship and meetings online effective immediately and until further notice.”
Because the campus of St. Paul’s Episcopal Church is now closed, we have implemented the following online worship and fellowship opportunities.
Sunday morning services are accessible to view via the St. Paul’s webpage and Facebook page beginning Sunday, March 22nd, at the 10:30 hour. The format will be Morning Prayer with a sermon and digital bulletin. We also hold our weekly Healing Service live on our Facebook page.
There are programs held each Wednesday evening and Sunday morning for children via Zoom. To be added to the children's ministry contact list, please contact Susan Payne.
To submit a prayer request or contact the clergy with pastoral care concerns, see the links at the top of this page: http://www.stpaulsnewnan.org/pastoral-care/
Staff Support and Availability:
Each staff member is working remotely and can be contacted via email. The staff of St. Paul’s is working diligently to ensure that we continue to meet the needs of St. Paul’s parishioners. To support these efforts the staff is meeting with each other regularly throughout the week. Links to clergy and staff emails are here: http://www.stpaulsnewnan.org/clergy-staff/
What you can do:
Pray for one another and care for one another. Show up for one another. Create a space for Grace.