Here is an archive of our events. Please look back with us as we remember the rich gifts we have been sharing
for 150 Years at the Intersection of Saginaw Street and Third Street
TREEmendous Evening – Tree Lighting
2nd Friday Art Walk
Friday December 10, 2021, from 6:00-9:00 pm
Featured Artist: Margrit Schlatter
Music: On the piano – Our own Holly Richardson
The evening ended with Compline at 9:00 pm
Presenting: ‘What Sweeter Music’ The New Century Chorale
TREES, TREES, and MORE ADVENT TREES
St. Paul’s partnered with the American Red Cross on a Blood Drive
New Year’s Eve Service
Saturday, December 31, 2021 at 5:00 PM
As a way to begin the New Year in a great way, St. Paul’s OFFERED the celebration of the Holy Eucharist at 5:00 P.M. on December 31, 2021. The service included the reaffirmation of wedding vows for all married couples, the reaffirmation of baptismal vows and the reaffirmation of engagement vows from the rite of Holy Matrimony from our Book of Common Prayer. Everyone was invited to attend.
We hope that this will be an annual tradition.
“Sacraments are outward and visible signs of inward and spiritual grace.” . . . . . The Book of Common Prayer
ANGEL GIVING TREE
Monetary donations are also very welcome. Please send your donationons to the church to the attention of George Gibson. Be sure to note “Angel Tree” on your check.
If you have any questions, please contact the Angel Tree chairperson Carole Davis, phone/text 810-410-7789, email: email@example.com.
2nd FRIDAY ART WALK
VETERANS DAY OBSERVANCE
COLLECTIONS FOR CROSSOVER THANKSGIVING BASKETS
Monetary Donations can be sent directly to Crossover or given to George Gibson with a notation on the check that the funds are for Crossover.
TRANSGENDER DAY OF REMEMBRANCE
St. Paul’s Episcopal Church sponsored a solemn service honoring Transgender Day of Remembrance on the evening of November 20, 2021. The service, a tradition of the parish, included a reflection by the Reverend Jeremy Peters, the Senior Pastor of Court Street United Methodist Church of Flint. Since the last Transgender Day of Remembrance, 69 transgender people were killed, most by acts of violence. Sixty-nine candles were lit as each name was read aloud along with some information about each person. A Wall of Remembrance of the 69 now hangs in Barth Hall.