St. Paul’s Episcopal Church is a Vibrant, Active, and Generous Congregation.

We celebrate a rich worship life, and participate in events throughout the Diocese, the city of Flint,

and at the Intersection of Saginaw Street and Third Street!

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MAY 2022

Parish Gounds and Commuity Cleanup
Saturday, May 14, 2022 – 10:00 AM



Honoring Absalom Jones
Sunday, February 13, 2022 – During the 9:00 AM Service



Annual Parish Meeting
Sunday, January 23, 2022 – During the 9:00 AM Service
The Annual Parish Meeting of St. Paul’s Episcopal Church will be conducted in the sanctuary as part of the 9 AM Mass on January 23, 2022.  More details, and an agenda for the meeting have been provided in the Epistle of January 2022, and at the link below.  Please plan to attend this important event in the calendar of the church.  The Annual Meeting will be slightly different this year. By conducting the meeting during the service, we are reminded that all our work is set apart for God’s use and while the church should operate with the best of business practices, it is not a business, but the people of God called together to work and serve God’s people. Indeed, the grace of Christ is given away free to all.

Please read the Epistle of January 2022 for details of the meeting, and to answer the question of


See the link below to access the Meeting Agenda and all of the materials that will be covered on the 23rd.  This meeting is extremely important for all of us who treasure the perfect gifts of St. Paul’s Episcopal Church.  Your attendance in person is appreciated.


Link to the 2022 Annual Meeting Materials:    Annual Meeting 2022

The Music in the Heart of the City Concert Series Continues!

‘Beautiful Piano Music’.

Sunday, January 30, 2022  4:00 PM
This month’s concert will feature Dr. Carl Angelo, Director of Music and Fine Arts and Organist at First Presbyterian Church of Flint.  The concert is $10 for adults and $5 for students.  Masks are not required, but are greatly appreciated while in the church.

‘Music in the Heart of the City’ is an exciting program that carries on St. Paul’s tradition of excellence in diverse musical offerings in downtown Flint.  In the next few months, other performances are planned in the spring.  Click on the following link to access the complete Music In the Heart of the City concert schedule for 2021 – 2022.   

 Music In the Heart of the City

In addition to the concert series, St. Paul’s Episcopal Church has a Chancel Choir, a Gospel Choir, a Handbell Choir, and of course, many opportunities for congregational singing during our Sunday services at 9:00 AM. Our Music Director is Holly Richardson.  Our organist is Matthew Benkert, and our Gospel Choir Director is Rafeal McDaniel-Walker.